Arched recessed walls mimic the doorway and window shapes to unify the space and add visual interest. Recessed walls also serves as frames for the tufted headboard, bedroom sitting area and standing mirror. A neutral color palette creates a soothing atmosphere.
This luxurious kitchen opens up to a cozy breakfast area in this 1906 Montecito, Calif., home. Soft tan cabinets are paired with beautiful stone countertops, and the kitchen features top-of-the-line appliances.
In a playful move by the designer, emerald green covers the walls and ceiling in the spacious game room while the billiard table shows off a ruby red. Double doors allow easy access to a patio and walkway.
The formal dining room features a barreled ceiling painted in 24k gold leaf and depicting a scene of Alexander the Great conquering Persepolis by Henry Wadsworth Moore. A musician’s balcony overlooks the space and is accessed by a glass door.
Dinner party for eight or date night for two: The sleek chef’s kitchen has it covered with extensive wine storage, three prep-sinks and easy indoor-outdoor flow.
The architecture exudes urban cool with imaginative design tricks like walls that vanish to connect the patios with the house. Inside, midcentury modern furnishings are comfortably casual, creating welcoming spaces for residents and guests to kick back.
With an oversized fireplace, stunning pitch-beamed ceilings, and ocean views from both its balcony and cheerful sitting area, the master bedroom provides unparalleled serenity. A full dressing room and large, open bathroom with dual vanities and additional ocean views from the oversized soaking tub complete the master suite.
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