Retreat in Northern California Incorporates Modern Kitchen Pendant Lighting




Aurora and Bella Modern Pendant Lights Hang in Open Floor Plan


A team of talented experts joined forces to create an unquestionably modern but also comfortable, warm, and private residence for a San Francisco Bay Area family looking for a Tahoe retreat. Architect Ted Brobst, Contractor Gabe Shacter, and Interior Designer Martine Paquin came together to transform this 4,600 square foot custom home into exactly what the clients envisioned. The result is a stunning representation of a home that showcases the elemental beauty that surrounds the property by incorporating natural materials. We are thrilled to see Niche modern kitchen pendant lighting incorporated into this open concept floor plan.


A Trio of Aurora Pendants Hangs over the Kitchen Island


A trio of Aurora pendants in Amber glass hangs over the kitchen island, helping to visually define the space. The warm, honey-colored hue complements the earthy palette of wood, stone, metal and glass, especially the rich brown floor and dark wood cabinets. Our Amber glass adds a beautiful balance of color against the white Caesarstone countertops assembled on oak casework.


Two Bella Pendants in Crystal Glass Hangs Above the Dining Nook


A dining nook accompanies the open kitchen. Two of our Bella pendants in Crystal glass hang above the eating area. Our luxurious translucent glass complements the white leather upholstery on the built-in benches and the tall walls of windows overlooking a wooded field.

The Kitchen Faces a Beautiful Patio with Panorama Views of the Wooded Fields


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Martis Camp Project Details

Architect Ted Brobst, Ward Young Architecture
Contractor Gabe Shacter, Mountain Craft Custom Homes
Interior Designer Martine Paquin
Photographer Mariko Reed


Posted on 12/20/16 2:15 PM by Samantha