Life shouldn’t be boring, not only because it’s too short to be wasted but also because when you live with what you love, your life becomes a little more the way you’ve imagined. You might agree that we have very little control over many things but we certainly can control what we put inside of our home.
Designed by the talented and well-known interior designer Raili Clasen, this modern Spanish hacienda-style home is all about what I’ve just described above. It’s not cookie-cutter, it doesn’t lack personality, and it certainly is not boring. This home exudes a high energy that seems to invite you in and tells you “come over and chill”. It has that cool vibe that makes you feel little more relaxed and a lot happier.
Enjoy the tour, my friends!
This home feels whimsy, casual but with a hint of sophistication that stays with you. This is not a home you will forget!
The exterior is Stucco, Merlex PX100.
“This project in Huntington Beach was a special one, as the owner is some of my best friends from college. They took their home down to just a few studs and blasted open every wall and ceiling beam. They are huge entertainers and recent empty-nesters so they forewent a formal living room for a cantina style bar/dining. We printed the sing that her dad sang to them at their wedding on the 12 foot wall and created both indoor and outdoor spaces that feel like you are at a mini resort.” – Raili Clasen.
This kitchen is one of my favorite spaces in this house. Paint color is “Benjamin Moore Wrought Iron”.
The kitchen island countertop is Calacatta Marble.
The designer added a custom Walnut cutting board to the island. I love this detail!
The counterstools are custom and available through the designer.
The handmade Terracotta tile is by Tabarka.
Perimeter Countertop: Absolutely Black Granite, Leathered finish.
Kitchen Cabinet Style: Paint-grade, Shaker-style in Wrought Iron by Benjamin Moore.
Kitchen Faucet: Dornbracht.
This kitchen features an inspiring layout.
White Oak floating shelves beautifully complement this kitchen’s dark cabinetry and the Terracotta tiles.
Floating Shelves: Custom – similar here.
A large L-shaped sectional adds comfort to the Family Room.
Sconces: Visual Comfort Halston.
Ceiling beams were added to this home during the renovation. Beams are Doug Fir by Vintage Timberworks, with a custom onsite stain.
Custom Pine barn doors conceal a cozy den/TV room.
This place is perfect to relax with a good book and/or a glass of wine.
Artwork: Available through the designer.
Rug: here – similar.
Across from the dining room, you will find a bar and folding doors that lead to an extensive outdoor area. Wall paint color is “Benjamin Moore Simply White”.
“Our clients ditched their living room for a full sized party space in our Spanish Hacienda project.” – Raili Clasen.
Barstools: Garza Marfa Steel Barstool – similar here.
The bar countertop is Absolutely Black Granite, Leathered finish.
The bar cabinet paint color is “Benjamin Moore Wrought Iron” (it looks navy blue here, due the light, but it’s a charcoal gray/almost black paint color).
This home was designed with entertainment in mind. Isn’t this outdoor area great? I am loving the color scheme and the furniture layout.
Outdoor Rug: Dash & Albert.
This is one of the most fun outdoor kitchens/cabana I have seen. Who needs to go on vacations with a backyard like this?!
Photography: Valerie Vogt Photography.
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