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Thompson Custom Homes
Photographer: Steve Chenn
Santa Barbara Home Design
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Photo: Adrienne DeRosa © 2015 Houzz A vintage Raymond Loewy credenza provides stylish concealed storage in the den, while bright period signage lends the space its industrial edge. The flooring is one of the few features remaining from the building's previous life as a tile showroom. "Some of the tile displays were applied right onto the old shop floor," says Will. The couple decided to keep this detail as part of an homage to the building's history.
The Vintage Wood Floor Company
Cozy family room with raised reclaimed wood and reclaimed wood beams. Stone wall work and stone tile floor.
Lluís Bernat (4photos.cat)
Founded in 1973, Fiam Italia is a global icon of glass culture with four decades of glass innovation and design that produced revolutionary structures and created a new level of utility for glass as a material in residential and commercial interior decor. Fiam Italia designs, develops and produces items of furniture in curved glass, creating them through a combination of craftsmanship and industrial processes, while merging tradition and innovation, through a hand-crafted approach.
David Dalton Inc.
an entry hall by David Dalton features a piano and bright yellow upholstery.
Cynthia Bennett & Associates
This restoration and addition had the aim of preserving the original Spanish Revival style, which meant plenty of colorful tile work, and traditional custom elements. The living room adjoins the kitchen.
DD Ford Construction
Architect: Don Nulty
SDG - Scheiber Design Group
This sitting area is just opposite the large kitchen. It has a large plaster fireplace, exposed beam ceiling, and terra cotta tiles on the floor. The draperies are wool sheers in a neutral color similar to the walls. A bold area rug, zebra printed upholstered ottoman, and a tree of life sculpture complete the room.
H O M E + atelier Michael Ranson
We transformed this room from an outdated southwest style space to this elegant Spanish style living room. The fireplace was redesigned and an arched passage to the dining was added to better define the spaces. The balance of materials that help create this space are the old world terra cotta tiles, smooth plaster walls, hand carved stone fireplace and rough wood stained ceiling. Furniture, decorative lighting and accessories by Irma Shaw Designs.
John Fuchs Construction
Kate Falconer Photograhy
Nieto Fine Art
Two large John Nieto original Fancy Dancer paintings. Each piece is a 60" x 48" acrylic on canvas. Photo by Anaya Nieto