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Home of the Week | In Pasadena, coaxing a 1920s gem into the present

In Pasadena, designers Jeffrey Botwin and Philip Howlett have brought a 1920s Spanish bungalow into the present following a recent renovation. Asking price: $1.495 million.

The Pasadena bungalow, listed for $1.495 million, was dark and comprised of a warren of tiny warrens prior to a recent renovation. (Jack Bremen / Herringbone Design)

The single-story house received a Remodelista design award in 2018 for best professional living/dining room.
 (Jack Bremen / Herringbone Design)
The kitchen, designed to be highly functional and aesthetic, pairs Belgian gray-green cabinetry with leather-finished, black granite countertops. (Jack Bremen / Herringbone Design)
The kitchen. (Jack Bremen / Herringbone Design)
In bringing the 1920s Spanish-style home into the present, designers Jeffrey Botwin and Philip Howlett opened up the interior by removing walls and introducing sets of French doors.
 (Jack Bremen / Herringbone Design)
The dining room.  (Jack Bremen / Herringbone Design)
One of the two bedrooms. (Jack Bremen / Herringbone Design)
Custom millwork was introduced in the master bedroom to provide window seating and additional storage.
 (Jack Bremen / Herringbone Design)
A pop-up tray ceiling was added to the living room and now features an artistic light fixture.
 (Jack Bremen / Herringbone Design)

In the bathrooms, which have been updated, brass plumbing pops against the white subway tile.
 (Jack Bremen / Herringbone Design)
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