San Francisco based MAK Studio has designed a new house in Burlingame, California, that features distinct lines and dark accents topped by a peaked roof.
Minimalist concrete stairs lead from the sidewalk up to the front door.
A pivoting dark wood front door welcomes visitors to the home.
Inside the front door is a foyer with high ceilings and grey tiles.
The foyer leads to the living room, where sliding glass doors open to a private courtyard at the front of the home.
Inside, the interior is bright and lofty, with white walls, an open floor plan, and a wood panel that lines the length of the room.
The social areas of the house are split between the living room and dining area, with the kitchen located on a lower level.
In the kitchen, light wood cabinets match the wood wall accent, while the dark island drops down to form a secondary dining area.
Adjacent to the kitchen is a second living area that opens to a courtyard at the back of the house. White oak floors have been used throughout the home.
The courtyard features dark wood decking lined with trees and a couple of comfortable daybeds.
The courtyard leads to the detached two car garage, which is insulated and can be used as a play room or office if needed.
The master bedroom has a row of windows above the bed, with a second set of windows adding to the amount of the natural light the room receives.
In the master bathroom, a wood and dark grey stone vanity sits below a large mirror with hidden lighting.
In one of the children’s bedrooms, a striped rug adds a soft touch and warmth to the room.
A bathroom located of the children’s bedroom has minimalist cabinets, dual sinks, and black accents.
In another children’s bedroom, blue accents add a pop of color to a neutral palette.
Photography courtesy of Brad Knipstein
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