Are you ready for something a little different for today’s home tour? Although I prefer homes over 100 years old, I also enjoy mid-century charmers like this 1960s renovated ranch home. When you get right down to it, I prefer homes that are unique with interesting details.
Vaulted ceilings and lots of windows lend an air of spaciousness, with great views of the outdoors. A velvet couch in the living room is reminiscent of decor used in the sixties and seventies. My mother had two gold velvet couches in our living room back in the 1970s.
Funny – the dining table looks very similar to the teakwood set my mother had in our kitchen. Contemporary globe lighting finishes off the space. This renovated ranch home makes good use of open concept living while defining the spaces through furniture placement and ceiling treatments.
If I lived here, this family room would probably be my favorite spot in the house due to the beamed cathedral ceiling and view out the large windows. I’d open up that slider and listen to the birds.
This view shows the layout of the home. I love all the angles of the ceilings and the use of wood and white together. You’ll notice there’s a bit of navy blue in the kitchen on the right.
The kitchen also has great views through the trio of windows above the sink. The front door is to the right.
Industrial style wood shelving keeps the wall next to the windows more open. A jute rug and the family dog add texture to the room.
Like the rest of the home, the master bedroom enjoys a vaulted ceiling with clerestory windows.
The master bedroom enjoys a rich wood ceiling, walk-in shower, soaker tub, and double vanity.
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