Eric Olsen Design together Studio McGee refreshed this lovely home with warm tones, textural details, and a Californian vibe. The scope of this project required a full reconstruction of the main house with the addition of a guest house to this Southern California property to keep this Southern California property running smoothly.
The resort offers magnificent landscapes and lovely natural surroundings with olive trees decorating the landscape. The project team focused on getting in on it throughout the design. On the outside, a black stain has been applied to the wood and slat paneling.
In addition, the facade has a lovely stone, black windows and steel window systems. Headboards made of reclaimed wood are located in window and door openings and give the interior a lot of texture. Continue below to see the previous pictures of the main house before the renovation!
About: The veranda with a Dutch door and hanging sofa is a brand modern addition to the home – a dreamy way to welcome visitors when they walk into this space.
About: When you enter this house there is no designated entrance so the designer had to create a moment of entry. He added an ancient console table, mirror, and accessories to define the space. Designer tip: If you don't have a four-walled entrance, you can still create a pleasant moment. Find a place (next to your door) for a console and mirror to make you feel like you are in your own room.
About: As you walk through the entrance you will find a large open space with a seating area, dining area and bar overlooking the deck and pool. The sofa acts as a separator between the living and dining areas and looks out over an elegant plaster fireplace.
Statement fireplace has a combination of concrete and quartz around the perimeter with a striking beveled effect on stucco. The highlight of the fireplace is a large olive wood with leather and iron accents to create an atmospheric effect.
Our beloved ones: The California vibe of this house is just stunning. Living spaces are warm, inviting and structured. We especially love the porch with its lovely Dutch door and hanging sofa which feels calm and inviting. The guest house is as elegant as the main house, nobody ever wants to abandon!
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About: In the bar area, the designer applied a dark effect to the darkness, whereby the cabinet was fitted with a soapstone top. This elegant space is ideal for displaying glasses and works of art.
About: A butcher block is integrated at the end of the island, making it the great ingredient for homeowners who love to cook.
About: Kitchen cabinets are painted by Farrow & Ball on Railings. The floor is like the ceiling made of white oak.
About: The interior windows are made of stained wood and oak.
IN FRONT OF THE PICTURES OF THE MAIN HOUSE
PHOTOGRAPHER Ryan Garvin