Earthy minimalism graces Mini Inno’s Koya House

Southern California-based boutique interior design studio Mini Inno is behind this peaceful and elegant Mount Washington residence.

Earthy minimalism graces Mini Inno's Koya House

Designed and built with a deep connection to nature, organic materials including reclaimed wood ceilings, raw wood cabinetry, concrete floors and countertops, and smoky wide plank wood floors harmoniously create an earthy, peaceful ambiance. The minimalistic chef’s kitchen is outfitted with top-of-the-line Fischer/Paykel appliances.

Earthy minimalism graces Mini Inno's Koya House

At the heart of the property, walls of windows showcase a mature olive tree.

Earthy minimalism graces Mini Inno's Koya House

The primary suite features a sitting room which can be used as a nursery or office, a high-peaked ceiling, and French doors that open to a California rich landscape and tranquil vista and city views.

Earthy minimalism graces Mini Inno's Koya House

The main bath delights the senses with a travertine trough sink and walk-in atrium shower and bath.

Earthy minimalism graces Mini Inno's Koya House

Sited on a flat quarter acre, open sight-lines bring in an abundance of natural light. The carefully chosen landscape features a vegetable/herb garden, citrus trees, and a decomposed granite patio with a fire pit. The spacious grounds offer the opportunity to add a pool and an ADU, with plenty of space for gatherings and outdoor dining.

Earthy minimalism graces Mini Inno's Koya House

A detached garage, perfect for additional office or studio space, and parking for two to three cars completes the unforgettable property.

Earthy minimalism graces Mini Inno's Koya House

Koya House is listed at $1,589,000 by Anthony Stellini and Sherri Rogers.

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