Judging by the low-profile, wooden-sided exterior of this single-story home, you wouldn’t expect anything out of the ordinary going on inside — which makes the reveal of clicking through the photos all the more glorious. Smoked mirror tiles line the ceiling of the foyer, which leads into a living room that stopped me in my tracks: Wall-to-wall plush teal carpeting and curved built-in couches are anchored around a freestanding gas fireplace with a cylindrical mirrored chimney hovering above, making it look like a giant disco centerpiece.
What’s more? On the other side of the entryway, another lounge features a big, circular conversation pit, where I’m currently picturing myself reclining with a tequila sunrise in my best pair of bell bottoms.
Across the pass-through window, the kitchen maintains a perfectly ’70s vibe with a produce-patterned tile backsplash, lots of wooden cabinets, and even a Sub-Zero fridge cleverly disguised with wood paneling.
The bedrooms are equally fun to look at, with one sporting not one but two entire walls of mirror tiles, a wall of floor-to-ceiling windows, and a bed with a round built-in ruched canopy and a petite chandelier dangling from the center. Another room showcases a carpet-encompassed bed with a mirrored overhanging arching over the mattress like a disco ball wave.
On top of all the retro rewards, the home offers plenty of practical features, too, including a two-car garage, a spacious, light-filled basement, and a wide, grassy yard.
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