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California Transitional Hilltop House Reveal

We are so humbled and excited to bring you the third project reveal that has risen from the ashes of the Thomas Fire, ravaging Santa Barbara and Ventura counties back in 2017. Luckily, this home wasn't completely destroyed, but they did suffer a lot of smoke damage throughout the house.

These projects will always hold a special place in my heart, and it was and still is very important to me to help anyone who reaches out about a fire rebuild. Both subsequent projects were referrals from our Skyline client, and I'm so grateful for the opportunity to help all of them regain their homes and safe places. Have a look at our Modern Craftsman project and Skyline project if you'd like to see more Thomas Fire rebuilds.

Brian and I have told this client multiple times that we would be happy to take the house off their hands if they ever decided to move - and I still stand by that even though we just moved into our new house a week and a half ago! Come on - look at those VIEWS! As much as moving is a pain, I would bear the process one more time for views like that any day.

And I just love this rug so, so much, as well as the rug in the living room. Stay tuned next week for a story about the rug in the living room - it's a doozy!

This little nook right beside the fireplace was the perfect spot for a bar cart fully decked out for entertaining, and a small piece of art on the wall above. The client had a wonderful collection of original landscapes that we got to design around.

I spy a Mason pillow from our pillow shop over in the corner! This relaxed, coastal family room lends itself to the textures we brought in from the shop, and the client loves the mix of patterns and textures.

This room is a big open floor plan to take advantage of the views, and we had room for a small round trestle table between the family room and the kitchen to utilize as a breakfast area.

I love the mix of the aged wood of the trestle table with the woven dining chairs! Texture is a big theme throughout this project, and there's still more to show you.

Stay tuned next week for the dining and living room reveal of this project!

All photos by the lovely ladies of Public 311 Design.



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