Cladding the exterior of this 1960s split-level in gray elastomeric stucco was both practical and aesthetic. The waterproof, easy-care choice integrated the home’s multiple additions into a cohesive energy-efficient whole.
A standing seam metal roof offers another long lasting, low-maintenance option while securing a tight building envelope. A stainless railing and slate flagstone stoop continue the cool-tone material palette. A new aluminum-frame glass door and oversized transom reveal a stunning view straight through to the back yard. Updated fixtures highlight the home’s contemporary, clean lines.
Bringing down a partition improved circulation and light between the kitchen and its adjacent study and dining room. Light gray large-format porcelain tiles clad the floor throughout.