Marin Family Home
Stacy’s team created a great aesthetic relationship between the interior and the exterior of our home. Our house lends itself to dressing up, to decorating for a season—such as the holidays—or an event. We can change how the house looks and feels at a particular point in time. the great room and the butler's pantry are perfectly set up for entertaining, for us and for the caterers. — The Client
Our design brief for this young family was quite brief: performance and comfort. Beauty, as always, was a given. We designed the interior for versatility, to feel intimate yet expansive. The home is family friendly throughout, embodying elegance for everyday living. Both children have a personal play/reading loft in their bedrooms. The son’s “fort” is actually part of the attic space, accessible via a climbing wall or a sliding ladder; the daughter’s
loft doubles as overnight guest quarters for her friends, with a floor mattress and cubbies. We selected wallpapers for the children to choose from for their bedroom ceilings, based on their interests.
The breakfast nook is a daily focal point, with built-in niches for stashing projects, toys, and games. The custom table is untippable, with an indestructible stone top.
Project Partners: Chambers + Chambers Architects, Jetton Construction, Frederika Moller Landscape Architecture
Photography: Alanna Hale Photography