This gallery features the Morgan Hill Taj interior design project by Jerry Jacobs Design.
This home, architect Chary Dagam’s last project, is located on the southern edge of Silicon Valley in the San Francisco Bay area. The interior design has a subtle Hindu influence. The green of the living room shown above helps bring the lush landscaping of the backyard into the home.
This 12,000 square foot villa has 72 columns, which before the renovation, were all white. The columns were redone in marbleized gold for a softer, elegant feel that contrasts subtly with the white walls.
A split-level library was created above the foyer in a red bordeaux wood and leather seating. The home boasts chateau-style fireplaces in cast stone.
The family room has two opposite-facing sectional sofas, one facing the fireplace, the other facing the television.
The interior of this home, designed by Jerry Jacobs Design, is a lovely, sophisticated, spacious home with a flair that favors circles. We hope you’ll enjoy this gorgeous home.
The split level library, seen from the upper level. The bottom half doubles as a den, with rich red leather furniture and tile flooring.
From the bottom of the foyer, the lower half of the library is open on three sides, differentiated from the rest of the room by the marbleized gold columns. Through the iron railing of the balcony we can see the rich wood of the extended library.
The dining room off of the kitchen has a delicate-looking glass-topped table with a candelabra centerpiece. The dark base of the table matches the dark wood of the dining chairs.
A more informal dining area next to the wet bar in the family room has a Hindu statuette as a centerpiece and dark seating with red piping. The red is repeated in the furniture of the family room and in the area rug beneath the table.
The rug in the main section of the family room has an inverted color scheme from the rug beneath the table. The two sectionals are in red and beige, with purple accents. Each sectional has its own coffee table, one a large, cushioned ottoman, the other a metallic, more traditional table.
The view down on the formal living room from the balcony shows the varied circular furniture arranged around the fireplace. The glass-topped tables are only visible due to the shadow of the rim, and the center coffee table is nearly invisible from this angle.
The series of oval coffee tables ensure that there is always a place to set a drink when guests are being entertained. The modern sculpture in the center acts as a visual focal point.
The velour of the curved sofas contrasts with the smoother cushions of the chairs. The open space flows into the dining room and kitchen beyond.
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