Get Inside The Modern Acacia House

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In Corona del Mar, California, Brandon Architects have completed this stunning project, the Acacia House. It is a contemporary two storey residence plus an incredible rooftop terrace. The clean look of its architecture is confirmed inside, as well. Bright rooms with much natural light coming in through large windows which cover almost all the exterior walls and open living areas with very well delimited spaces that go along just perfect are the first things to hit us.

The kitchen has a very glacial look, because of the white sleek surfaces with a tent of blue. Continuing the kitchen countertop, there’s the dining table for 10. In behind, just underneath the concrete staircase, a small winery is improvised. Going upstairs we immediately reach the dressing room and then the bedroom with an incorporated bathroom. The roof is the invitation for relaxation. Elegant blue and black sofa and lounge chairs set around an outdoor fireplace make from this rooftop terrace such an exquisite place to hang out.


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