Extensive interior renovations stripped the decades away from the walls this 1970s home, opened up its spaces, and revealed a fresh, clean canvas for the homeowner to indulge in the art of modern living.
Located in the heart of Siesta Key on a private canal, this 1700 square-foot space features a simple split floor plan. A small, dark kitchen with dated finishes detracted from the overall aesthetic of the original home, thus a primary focus of the renovation was to open and modernize the space. The home’s entry was renovated to open the space into the living, dining and kitchen areas, creating a timeless modern ranch.
The concrete floors were finished with a gray concrete epoxy finish, creating an understated matte backdrop for the unique details and colorful furnishings that breathe character into this home. The sleek, modern stainless steel appliances in the kitchen are balanced by bamboo panels, creating a visual aesthetic that is at once clean, contemporary, and organic. Timeless furniture pieces characterize the living and dining spaces, which flow naturally into one another and feature ample windows for natural lighting and ventilation. The home also features fully-renovated bathrooms with classic penny round marble tiles, painted gray glass, and teak furnishings.
In this home, the details make all the difference. From the intricate detailing in the master vanity light fixtures to the rolling glass doors and built-in casework that accents the timeless furniture, the subtle attention to detail applied to the renovation of this home entirely redefines the space for the 21st century. Opening up the living spaces and providing a fresh canvas for the homeowner to explore and personalize home transform this 1970s transformed into a private oasis for modern living.