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Here's the latest house flip from http://www.tomtarrant.com, a 1962 Drogin-built Mid-Century Modern renovation located in San Diego, CA. We maintained respect for the original architecture and design while bringing in modern materials to bring it into the 21st Century. You'll see replica period light fixtures such as the Sputnik chandelier and brushed aluminum hourglass wall sconces. We even replaced the mosaic bathroom tile with a modern glass mosaic in a retro pattern. In the kitchen we used modern flat panel cabinets in high gloss grey and light grey quartz countertops. The bathrooms got new versions of floating vanities and wall mount faucets to match the original design. The original tongue and groove Cedar ceilings were sandblasted and re-stained and we used Milgard aluminum dual paned windows and sliders throughout to give the original feel. A new 50-year roof, renewable bamboo floors and complete landscaping including driveway, modern fence and full view aluminum garage door completed the package for the new homeowner. This incredible Green Button Homes LLC Design/Build only took 11 weeks to complete. See more projects at http://www.tomtarrant.com. We Buy Houses in San Diego.
This house takes the cake as our favorite house remodel in 2017! I love everything about the mid-century era. From the open concept design to the massive amount of windows and how can you forget the wood touches. And love the indoor to outdoor flow (organic feel). I wish I could say this house was an easy breezy house flip, but we had a few set backs on this project. We bought this house as a short sale. Took us 9 months to close, but getting the past owners to move out was a whole other challenge. Thankfully, all that is passed. Once this house hit the market we got it under contract within 2 days! and the closing process was pretty smooth for the most part. If you have any questions about paint color or where we got certain items, let us know in the comment section and we'll get back to you! Hit the SUBSCRIBE button on your way out! You'll be the first to know when a video goes live! To Massive Success, RE Invest Homes ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ FOLLOW US ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ◉ Instagram https://www.instagram.com/reinvesthomes/ ◉ Website http://reinvesthomes.net/ ◉ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/RE-Invest-Homes-Inc-319152355190800/ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ LINKS ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ Music by: https://www.soundcloud.com/ikson
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This 1953 Mid-Century Modern remodel plays on its relationship with the indoors and outdoors. The great-room visibly and audibly owns the front courtyard while the back garden seems to be an extension to the master suite. The interior finishes are exceptional with hidden integrated cabinetry and artfully installed tile. Cohesively through design and planning, October 5 creates another home that accentuates style and serenity.
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See how we took a 1960's Mid-Century Modern house into a modern era! Architecture by Webber + Studio, Interiors by Jennifer Greer. This house was featured on the 2015 AIA Austin Homes Tour and sits atop Mt Bonnell in Austin, TX.
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