I love the story of how the design for this home was conceived:
"It is not unusual for potential clients to arrive at a meeting with Cabana Home’s Steve Thompson armed with clippings from glossy shelter magazines. But until recently, he never had a client proffer an object as the pivotal inspiration for a residential interior design project. But this client was unique. “She brought in her dishes,” recalls Steve with a smile, “three dishes. One was aqua blue, one was bright yellow, and the other was parrot green.” Rising to the challenge, Steve and the project’s lead designer Zach Hollis, worked with the client to create an interior design program for her 12,000 square-foot Montecito residence based entirely on the color scheme of three glass dishes."
Kinda cool, huh? Take a look and let me know what you think of this home...
Such a unique coffee table that still blends with the traditional decor and of course you can't miss the windows!!!
Nice flooring and an interesting mix of modern and traditional furnishings.
I like how the dining room hints at the Spanish influence of the region, without screaming spanish design.
I like the fireplace design and the alternating fabrics on the chair. The space looks a bit cramped for what I presume to be a large house but I guess it could be meant as a cozy corner spot. What do you think?
Love the headboard and those amazing windows!
I am fascintated with that table...
The quintessential Santa Barbara view...breathtaking...
I hope you enjoyed this little trip to Santa Barbara! :)