There’s no place like home, nothing as bright and welcoming as this California house by Theresa Rowe. Looking at the exterior is one great sight in itself- rectangular white brick structure with brown roof and symmetrically placed windows and doors. The pleasant interior features expansive windows, hardwood floors in the living room, dining and bedroom with white walls and marble counters radiating elegance in the bath and kitchen areas. Right from the entry hall, you’ll be greeted with a naturally–lit spacious abode. Glass doors and huge doorways leading to clutter-free areas provide enough space to move about. The stairway is surrounded by spectacular views from the towering windows.
Classic black and white endows modern elegance in the modern wine bar. Golden cabinet pulls and knobs, faucet, and glass shelves secured against black tiles add sophistication in the room. The large gourmet kitchen opens to the home’s family room. Its prep area is backed against big windows and built with state-of-the-art stainless steel appliances as well as a large butler’s pantry. There’s an long white-surfaced breakfast bar with sleek, wooden chairs complementing the cabinetry and kitchen accessories made of the same material.
Downstairs, the living room holds generous seats with a number of chairs to keep you comfortable. Dining still has ample space within the same room, where a long wooden table with white chairs is graced by natural light passing through the glass windows. The contemporary grey-walled study that comes with a full bath can also function as a bedroom. A brown office chair sits across two grey chairs with a stylish table in between, perfectly placed under a classy lamp and alongside an arched window. Lush with greens, the backyard is large enough to accommodate a pool.
Upstairs, enter the fabulous master suite with its very own lovely sitting room plus master bath built with separate closets. A wooden frame is set against dainty wallpaper which matches the hue of the carpet. The flooring, ceiling, and shelves are likewise made of nature’s element, wood. where the bed rests by the window. The child’s bedroom is adorable with a patterned backdrop and wall lined with a shelf of storybooks beside the pink chair. At the third floor is the loft-style guest suite that also has a full bath and inviting sitting room with a nice view. A few wall frames and hangings enhance the mostly white walls of the spacious home, while big and small potted plants sprinkles the color of nature and breathes life into the clean-lined space.