Originally the North Beach Malt House, this condominium received a full makeover to transform the client’s home into an urban sanctuary. The entry features an antiqued mirrored console accompanied by a vintage vine sculpture from one of Michael Taylor’s estates in the late 1970s- early 1980s. The open floor plan offers a wonderful space to entertain guests with a gorgeous burl wood dining table, dark wood framed furniture, soft upholstered pieces with golden textiles and copper accent walls. The master bedroom is a delightful retreat with punch colored walls, medallion patterned drapes and rich textural wood furniture. While the neighboring guest bedroom is a crisp contrast in blue variations accented with a splendid gilded chest. The lower level media room resides down the woven vinyl covered stairwell. Getting back to the buildingsâ€™ industrial roots, the concrete floors were stained and offer balance to the dark painted ceiling. The media room décor is completed with a large comfortable sectional, a plum colored shag rug and fabrics featuring chartreuse and orange colors.
Credit: Photography by Tubay Yabut Photography