"the original one-story house was built in the 1950’s. it had a lot of character and with 3,000 square feet, plenty of space for a family with small children. however, its inefficient layout and inadequate bedrooms made modern living a challenge. coupling this with the leaky roof, single-pane glass windows and unstable plumbing and electric, the owners decided on a complete renovation. beasley & henley’s design of the home took into consideration both current and future family needs, neighborhood conditions, lot constraints and design aesthetics to create a beautiful and very functional family home. the end product is a 2-storey, 6,900 square foot andalusian-moroccan villa. its rustic materials allow this family of 5 a comfortable environment even in formal areas. finishes include turkish limestone floors; fossil stone fireplace and columns; cypress beams; moorish arches; and hand painted moroccan wall painting."
i would especially like to thank stephanie henley and troy beasley, of beasley & henley interior design for sharing this project with us! the team of talented professionals responsible for this breathtaking makeover includes, redmon design, ross design group, and after photographer stephen allen.