Haller Architecture & Design is responsible for the restoration of this gorgeous craftsman style home, located in Palo Alto, a city in California’s San Francisco Bay Area. This thoughtfully executed 2,972 square foot dwelling home blends old world charm with modern day amenities.
Featuring a built-in work from home nook with pocket door, reclaimed oak floors from Ohio, and a custom staircase with curved baluster and hidden storage, the design stays true to the style of the home while allowing for everyday conveniences. Continue below to see the rest of this delightful home tour…
What We Love: This craftsman home features warm and elegant design details throughout. Living spaces are decorated with gorgeous, heirloom quality furnishings that will stand the test of time. We are loving the soothing color palette and attention to detail in every room of this dwelling. Our favorite room in this home is the kitchen, so many beautiful elements, from the green cabinetry to the luxury range and built-in banquette.
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Many of the furnishings found throughout this home are by the interior designer’s custom furniture company, GUILD by Lane McNab Interiors. They are heirloom quality, sustainable furnishings available to the trade. Designed and handcrafted in California.
Above: This exquisite kitchen was designed around the family’s beloved antique farm table. Additional highlights include the exposed wood beams and exposed brick that were lovingly restored.
Above: The kitchen flooring is reclaimed white oak and the pantry doors are white oak with a custom stain. A white-and-brass Lacanche range is vintage in style.
Above: A walk-in pantry showcases beautiful design details and plenty of function.
Above: The cabinetry in the kitchen is painted in Studio Green by Farrow & Ball. The wood stools are from Rejuvenation.
Above: The Hart Sofa is sourced from GUILD by Lane McNab Interiors. The design was inspired by the gently sloping snow covered meadow outside the designer’s cabin at the foot of Mount Shasta.
Above: This sitting area inside the owner’s bedroom suite is a place for tranquility and reflection.
Above: In the owner’s bedroom, this cozy and elegant bedroom features the four-poster Manta Bed sourced from GUILD by Lane McNab Interiors. The bed was inspired by the graceful curve of the extraordinary wing of a Manta Ray. Bed Details: white oak with a natural finish, Belgian linen headboard, and solid heirloom brass details.
Above: The Button Martini Table is from GUILD by Lane McNab Interiors (a collection of sustainable, heirloom quality furnishings).
Above: The main bathroom was designed to feel like a spa retreat to enjoy each and everyday.
Above: A peek-through shot into a restful bedroom retreat with a bed sourced from Industry West.
Above: In this stunning bathroom, the cabinet paint color is Studio Green – Farrow & Ball. On the walls is the Fornasetti Nuvolette Wallpaper – Cole & Son.
Above: This small home office is perfectly integrated into this home. It was designed to be warm and inviting with large windows framing nature-filled views.
Above: The soft, natural light that floods this stairway brings out the warmth of the natural oak while lending extra dimension to the curvature of the wall.
PHOTOGRAPHER Christopher Stark