Hidden Hill – Exterior

“The residence is clad in horizontal prefinished cedar planks with travertine stone tiles on the garden and retaining walls,” architect Stuart Narofsky says.

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Turning Point – Kitchen

The homeowner sourced the sizable brass sign on Etsy.com. “I told Kara there had to be some element of signage that represents my love of typography,” Krokus says. This one […]

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Turning Point – Dining Room

“Transitional with a modern twist” is how Tina Krokus describes the dining room makeover. More streamlined side chairs replaced bulkier versions, but the table and sideboard remained. New French doors, […]

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Turning Point – Kitchen

Removing the dining room wall and rotating the island allowed for optimum seating and natural flow in the open floor plan. “Achieving symmetry is always a top priority, so I […]

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Turning Point – Kitchen

“To me, butterfly motifs are timeless,” homeowner Tina Krokus says, so they are featured in custom concrete tiles that line the 13-foot island. Hooks for pocketbooks, just what you’d hope […]

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Hidden Hill – Staircase

The “floating” tower staircase is a work of architectural art in its own right and provides access to all three levels of the home.

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Turning Point – Pantry

A tall pantry cabinet and beverage station flank an entrance to the kitchen through sliding glass doors.

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