Tile san diego When Mark and Debbie Clausen bought their San Diego townhouse, they have been in quest of a transformation of scenery from their mountainside Craftsman in Mammoth Lakes, California. They sought sea breezes and minimalist taste, and purchased the 1973 home as an occasional seaside getaway and a place for their 24-year-old daughter, Tessa, a instructor, to reside year-round. To combine flexibility and function with their outdoorsy taste, Mark & Debbie aimed for a blank, resort-inspired glance that wasn’t too stark. "If a few grains of sand creep in the entrance door, it’s all a part of the aesthetic," Debbie says. The townhome underwent an 8-month preservation including new floor treatments, toilets & furniture, and retextured walls & ceilings. "Our Mammoth house is mountainy & dark, so we would have liked it light , ethereal , open and no longer a lot of stuff on the partitions. Clean & simple, but no longer supermodern," she says. Homss at a Glance Who lives here: Tessa Clausen and her canine Chloe & Daisy; oldsters Mark and Debbie drop in now and again.Location: Del Mar, north San Diego County, CaliforniaSize: 1,six hundred sq. Feet; three bedrooms, 2 bathsThat’s attention-grabbing : The master rest room bathe tiles are produced from recycled beer bottles. With a surfboard workshop in the garage & airiness all around, this townhome close to the sea celebrates sand-inspired tasteThis entry was posted in Floor and tagged Tours, Townhouses, Vacation Homes by Carlie Seagle. Bookmark the Tile san diego My homss: beachy townhouse getaway in san diego.
August 11, 2017