Between the extremes

Interior of downtown condo provides homeowner with a balance between high-tech work and relaxed roots

Pottery by artists including Brenda Tarbell and Frances Palmer is on display in an open cabinet in the kitchen design.

Several large windows span most of the length of this open living area, affording guests and homeowners alike a gorgeous view of the surrounding areas.

A trumpet belonging to the homeowner’s father in junior high and a “loving cup” trophy from his high school days are on display in the office’s custom-built cabinetry.

The ottoman is the definite focal point of this space, but also worth a look is the wall art by San Francisco Bay area artist Myong Stebbins that hangs nearby.

This dining room table is set with china and stemware passed down from the homeowner's mother.

Multiple mirrors and a tufted, upholstered headboard add a touch of glamour to this master bedroom.

When she’s not traveling, the homeowner spends the better part of her weekday in this handsome home office.

The glass head and stone sculptures displayed on the ottoman in this living room were purchased locally at the Malton Gallery.

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