The original entry of this historic 1930s hacienda had been obliterated by previous renovations and additions. Designers stripped it back but still wanted more original texture and character, so they sourced antique firebrick from Spain and used it in key areas to re-create the exposed original structure.
Midcentury modern chairs pair beautifully with this picnic-gone-chic wood table. The open plan design lets the styles in the home's adjacent areas work together, most notably here the contemporary kitchen and midcentury dining area.
This neutral living room seamlessly blends rustic elements like ceiling beams and a brick fireplace with contemporary furnishings and lighting. The transitional space is right at home with the 1930s-era hacienda's aesthetic.
A light brick wall adds character to this neutral entryway while keeping in line with the historic hacienda's aesthetic. A traditional dresser is paired with a modern Lucite chair for an unexpected and eye-catching combination.
This chic living area—a blend of contemporary and midcentury modern styles—is open, but allows many different activities to happen at the same time. There is a reading nook, a library, a conversation area and a a music corner.
For this powder room, the homeowner wanted a crisp, minimal space that maximizes storage and has a fun, contemporary midcentury vibe. The look was achieved with a sleek, wooden vanity and chrome sconces. Dark, charcoal paint helps the trim pop.
Fantastic built-in bookshelves climb up and over the doorway in this incredible contemporary open concept space. Hardwood floors and white walls and ceiling keep the home feeling bright and spacious while black trim adds crisp sophistication.
The first floor of this beautiful home features a bright and airy design which is open, but allows many different activities to happen at the same time. There is a conversation area, a kitchen and a large table that fits the family plus guests for dinner or provides space for homework and art projects.