Changing the Norm
“To create a beautiful angled home, as a developer and builder you must have extensive attention to detail and the ability to foresee and solve any issues that might pop up when building such a custom home,” said designer Mayer Dahan, CEO of Los Angeles-based Prime Five Homes, who completed this eco-friendly new build.
By using an open floor plan, an uncluttered design – including a hoodless cooktop – and expansive windows and pocket doors, the kitchen has an uninhibited view of the living room and backyard.
The upper wood cabinets are a blend of mahogany that contrasts the high-gloss lacquer finish on the island and lower cabinets. To create the illusion of height, the team added a gray, high-lacquer finish above the wood.
By creating smooth transitions among wood, stone, glass and steel, the elements are able to blend into a perfect balance with each other.
Finished with designer Ann Sacks tile wrapping the floor and bathtub, the bathroom is a gorgeous, harmonious collaboration among wood, stone and steel elements. Complete with a huge, modern bathtub with flawless chrome fixtures and an adjacent fireplace, the bathroom is distinctive.
Pocket doors allow the homeowners to feel like they are always outside and able to bring the outdoors into the house. According to designer Mayer Dahan, CEO of Los Angeles-based Prime Five Homes, this also gives the owners the chance to transform their homes and utilize them to their full extent.