Are you being able to enjoy your summer? I hope you’re being able to enjoy the sunshine and make special memories with your loved ones. Trust me, nothing is more important than that in this life.
I am truly happy to start this brand new week by sharing this beautiful home designed by the talented interior designer Debra Lynn Henno of Debra Lynn Henno Design, and I am very sure you will love this place as much as I do.
Not everyone will agree with me, but I am a big believer that you don’t need to have a big house to have a great home, in fact, if you ask me personally, I prefer smaller homes because they tend to be done just right – you won’t find rooms that feel incomplete, unfurnished nor neglected with pointless things. When you live in a smaller home, every room has a purpose, every space feels complete and you end up with a house that feels homey. I feel that this Santa Barbara coastal home is a perfect example of well-designed interiors that not only look beautiful but are also smartly done.
I hope you feel inspired!
This home is very special! I am loving the combination of metal roof, stained Cedar shingles with this modern “Picket” fence.
Exterior Paint Color: Frazee Fossil Dust 1043.
House Size: 2,500 Sq. Ft. – New Construction.
The front courtyard features a pair of white Adirondack chairs by Hampton.
This beach house features some innovative ideas while respecting its traditional architectural details. Also, notice the stunning ocean view and the low cabinets flanking the fireplace.
Art Above Mantel: Jeremy Harper.
Ottoman: Kravet in faux leather.
Ceramic Garden Stool: Pottery Barn.
Similar Throw: here.
Rug: Serena & Lily.
Paint color is Farrow and Ball Borrowed Light.
(Always check dimensions before ordering. 🙂 )
The living room opens directly to the kitchen and the dining area. The shell chandelier is by Currey & co.
This small kitchen features some brilliant ideas! It has two peninsulas – one for cooking and the other for seating – and glass cabinets above the sink don’t obscure the natural light coming from the windows.
Counterstools: Serena & Lily.
Kitchen cabinet is pre-finished maple with shaker-style doors.
Countertop is Quartz, Pental Lattice.
Kitchen Faucet: Bathroom Faucet: Rohl Perrin & Rowe in Polished Nickel.
Kitchen Sink: Rohl.
Dining Table: Joss & Main.
The landing features a custom desk and light White Oak hardwood flooring.
Paint color is Farrow and Ball Pale Powder.
Similar Bed: Pottery Barn.
Bedding: Serena & Lily.
Similar Nightstands: Here (Distressed White).
Imagine waking up every day with this view!
Similar Garden Stool: Here.
The master bathroom is neutral and has a timeless design.
Bathroom Faucet: Rohl Perrin & Rowe.
Lighting: Visual Comfort.
The second bedroom of the house features a cheerful coral and teal color palette. Walls are clad in vertical tongue and groove.
Bathroom Lighting: Visual Comfort.
The homeowner’s office doubles as a nursery when her grandchild visits. 🙂
Paint Color: Borrowed Light by Farrow and Ball.
Desk: Pottery Barn.
Chair: Pottery Barn.
Pillow: Pottery Barn.
Similar Crib: Here.
This shows that a small bathroom can look not only beautiful, but also bright and welcoming!
Bathroom Faucet: Rohl Perrin & Rowe.
Lighting: Worlds Away.
Patio Tile: 16×16 and 8×16 Tumbled Jerusalem Grey/Gold Limestone.
Builder: Zimmerman Construction.
Architecture: James J. Zimmerman of Zimmerman Architects.
Photographer: Alexander Vertikoff
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Have a wonderful day, my friends and we’ll talk again tomorrow.”
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