• Meeta Morrison

Tribeza Interiors Tour 2020

Products and Materials for our Holly Hill Project

About 4 Bedrooms, 3 Baths

2300 SF Existing - 3700 SF Remodeled


The house was built in 1982, like much of the surrounding neighborhood. The house was bought in 2002, and we lived in the existing house as long as we could. In the neighborhood, it was the second house to get a substantial remodel.


We both worked from home, and have a lot of family visiting, and love to entertain so we needed the extra space. The house functions much like a courtyard from Indian Architecture, private spaces open off the central space, from the entrance throughout it is meant to be an encompassing experience. Plants sprawl from the interior to the exterior in an effort to mesh the experience of bringing the outside in.


Storage was a big issue in the existing house that was a large consideration in the remodel. Everyday storage is open and visible, the main activities that the storage revolves around are drinking and cooking. The Bar, Pantry, and Office have open storage which is a great strategy when things are used often and is also helpful for keeping things neat - remember where it is.

Art

  • Shoal Creek Gallery

  • Jill Lear

  • Sydney Yeager

  • CAMIBArt Gallery

  • Orna Feinstein

  • Meeta Morrison - Architect & Artist

  • Other locally sourced art throughout the home

  • Luanne Stovall

  • Melissa Borrell

  • Denise Prince

Local Interiors Sources

  • Open Invite


Materials Throughout

Flooring

  • Environeered (TM) White Oak - matte

Windows

  • Milgard

Paint is 0% VOC


The Kitchen


Cabinets

  • Walnut Sliced Veneer - meets the California standard for emissions

  • 82-92% Pre-Consumer recycled material

Backsplash


Countertop

  • Carrara Marble

The Master Bath

Wallpaper

  • Zoffany Navarre

Tub

  • Kohler Underscore 6’ Bath

Wood

  • Teak - recycled

Tile


The Ensuite Bath

Wall Tile


Tile - floor & wall


Wood

  • Teak - recycled

Bath

Floor Tile




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