The open floor plan of this Old World Spanish-style interior allows for fluidity and simple design.
The wooden ceiling beams previously used as supports now offer a decorative element.
These evocative homes are sometimes called Spanish Eclectic houses in honor of their diverse influences.
Her furniture is a mixture of antiques, hand-me-downs, repurposed, designer and inexpensive stuff. The walls and cabinet paint color is Dunn Edwards “Whisper.”Image above: The painting over the couch in the Library is by James A.
She operates under the “buy what you like and it will go together” principle. She doesn’t want anything to feel so precious that you’re afraid to put your feet up or help yourself to the fridge. Willis, who is an absolutely awesome guy and is super nice.
Our latest project is a 1,480-square-foot Spanish-style home that had lots of original charm but was in dire need of restoration and modernization.
We fell in love with the Douglas fir living room beams, beautiful mansard-shaped fireplace, arched picture window and breakfast room with corner built-ins.