The main floor is host to a lounge area and the kitchen, both designed to allow room for the kids (or dinner-party guests) to stay included while prep happens in the kitchen. The furniture is decked out in cool greys and whites, with a pair of comfy swivelling U Turn chairs from Bensen that easily pivot toward the party or to the view out the windows. In keeping with the beachy-calm palette, Rodman designed a feature wall lined with wooden slats, a warm and organic contrast to the large-format porcelain tile that lines the nearby fireplace.
In the kitchen, the vibe remains modern, with a touch of rustic thanks to a grey Restoration Hardware dining table with a weighty concrete base. It’s a white and bright space, where lacquered cabinets pair with painted white oak. Stunning Brizo faucets bring an artful touch of black to the space.
Upstairs in the master bedroom, Rodman designed a quiet respite for the couple with both cozy throws and soft pink accent pieces. Grasscloth in a warm charcoal covers the wall opposite the bed, perfect for downplaying the TV while picking up on the peek-a-boo view to those Moooi lights outside the door.