Nestled in a Redwood forest, the house on Upper Moonraker is a cook's paradise with homage paid to the owners' love of crafts and exquisite home-carved wooden ducks. Sea Ranch Architect David Moulton AIA designed a hefty, hand-milled walnut island set over custom made cherry cabinets as the initial kitchen focal point. A mighty Wolf stove framed in stainless steel shelving provides the framework for power cooking and the owner's collection of bright red Le Creuset pots and pans. Wild Rice Ceasarstone countertops are a sleek but soft complement to a Rolf sink both wide and deep enough to accommodate large pots and pans and a Blanco pull-down faucet provides for easy clean up of freshly-picked garden vegetables. Adding to the ambiance of real cookery, a wrap-around wall-sized blackboard with stainless shelving provides the perfect place to keep track of often-used recipes, favorite spices, utensils, pots and pans.
CONTRACTOR: Bob Buechner
For the upstairs Master Bath, Sea Ranch Architect David Moulton AIA tamed a room of soaring textured sheetrock with an articulated frame of cedar walls and walnut cabinets topped by polished Seashell PentalQuartz countertops. Built-in cedar cubbies store towels and bathroom necessities. A vessel style bath tub provides for soaking and doubles as a shower with its positioning adjacent to a wall of Mandala Hypnotic mosaic tile and oil-rubbed bronze Watermark fixtures. Completing the nod to comfort and style are Laufen vessel sinks topped with pivot-style mirrors.