Dream Home

BY KRISTINA HACKER
When local business owners John and Sharon Jaureguy purchased this historic 1939 Turlock home a few years ago, it gave the couple a chance to showcase their design and construction skills.

The Jaureguys preserved many of the Colonial style original features, while renovating the home to be comfortable for modern family life. Many of the rooms were repurposed to allow for a better flow and more room for the kitchen and dining areas.

KITCHEN

Sharon Jaureguy considers the kitchen the “showroom” of the house. It features a number of modern updates — a swing-out pot filler faucet above the gas range, fandelier providing light and air movement above the kitchen table and ample cabinet space — while the crown molding, original floors (dyed a shade darker) and wavy glass highlights are a nod to its 1930’s past.

DINING ROOM
The sitting room uses gray as a backdrop, with bright green accents. Textured wallpaper, a current interior design trend, according to Sharon Jaureguy, gives the room depth.

SITTING ROOM

The sitting room uses gray as a backdrop, with bright green accents. Textured wallpaper, a current interior design trend, according to Sharon Jaureguy, gives the room depth.

STAIRCASE

The Jaureguys refurbished the original 1930’s staircase in this Colonial home.

Photos by Candy Padilla

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