Dapper Dan, A Brentwood Home With a Gentlemanly Update From Interiors by Patrick
This 1990s home in Brentwood, California, was updated in coastal style by Interiors by Patrick. Spaces were opened; and color, texture, lighting, and artwork were added. Coastal decor is open, breezy, and uses pastels such as blues and corals.
The open entryway has a view through to the rear of the house. The two-story ceiling features a pendant lamp. On the right is a stairway with two landings and a walkway on the second floor. A print of a sailor is on the second story wall. The living room has a stacked stone fireplace, a print of a sailing ship over the fireplace, a large window for natural light, a coffered ceiling, a globe, and wood flooring. The dining room has natural light with the three windows. The blue chairs and the wood floor adds to the coastal feel. The kitchen resembles a ship’s galley kitchen with a long table for the crew. The master bedroom offers a fireplace and a door to the deck. The walk-in closet has built-in Shaker cabinets, a window bench seat, a skylight, and wood flooring. The master bathroom has a double sink vanity with a marble countertop, a shower, an old-fashioned tub in front of a bay window, a globe-like ceiling light, and wood flooring. The powder room has a single sink, a freestanding vanity with metal legs, and a black and white cement tile floor. The coastal-style family room includes a beam ceiling, wood paneling, a stone wall with a fireplace, two blue chairs, and accessories such as globes and fish sculptures. The theater room is carpeted, and the home office resembles a ship captain’s office with a built-in desk and cabinets, a wood ceiling, an anemometer-style ceiling light, corner windows, and carpeting.
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