Dutch Colonial Revival gets an elegant refresh in San Francisco Bay Area

This beautiful home was completely remodeled by along with , located in Palo Alto, a city in California’s San Francisco Bay Area. The re-design has made this home a gathering point for the neighborhood, which is on an idyllic walkable street. The structural integrity of this home was worth preserving, yet the interior needed a complete overhaul in order to meet the lifestyle needs of a busy modern family.

If you are not familiar with the Dutch Colonial style of architecture, it is predominately characterized by gambrel roofs with curved eaves along the length of the house. The “Dutch Colonial Revival” is a modern version built in the early 20th century. Continue below to see the visual home tour of this stunning renovation project.

Project Team: Architect: Square Three Design Studios / Interior Design: Scavullo Design Interiors / Cabinet Designer: Knotty Hole Woodworks / Landscape: Stephen Suzman, Design Architect

Above: The area rug in the living room was made from broadloom carpet with bound edges.

What We Love: This stunning Dutch Colonial Revival showcases a brilliant remodel of interior spaces that are bright and airy. A palette of mostly neutrals throughout the living spaces creates a soothing and relaxing atmosphere. Stylish details can be found throughout, from the custom cabinetry to the furnishings and accessories. Loving every detail of this delectable home… how about you? Please share what details caught your eye and why in the comments below!

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Above: The kitchen backsplash tiles are from – Studio Moderne collection, 4 1/2′ x 5 5/8″. The ceiling is 9-foot high. The wall color is Benjamin Moore, Fog Mist OC – 31 (flat finish).

Above: The kitchen countertop is a honed Calacatta Oro marble. The fixture above the sink is by Rohl – the Contemporary Bridge Kitchen Faucet with Lever Handles in a Polished Nickel finish

Above: The cabinetry hardware was sourced from . Pull Style – 55CH7, Antique Brass / Knob Style – 97KCB2A, Antique Brass / 10″ Patinated Fixed Handle (Refrigerator Handle) – 67BT87.

Interesting Fact: All of the windows throughout the house were restored by a mill shop in Bend, Oregon.

Above: The dining room is painted in Balboa Mist 1549 | Benjamin Moore. The light fixture is the Lindsey Adelman Globe Branching Bubble Chandelier.

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Above: The entryway was painted in Benjamin Moore Dove Wing, OC-18.

Above: The sofa in the bedroom was sourced from , the Burlingame Sofa.

Above: The master bathroom pendant fixtures were sourced from .

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Above: The walls in this bedroom were painted in Benjamin Moore Titanium, 2141-60, in a Aura Eggshell finish.

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Photos: Matthew Millman

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