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Oasis Project
Oasis Project
2M Architecture2M Architecture
The project began with the owner’s vision to create on their Atherton property a new home, reminiscent of the Mediterranean villas and gardens they loved to visit on European holidays. They wanted to create an oasis, a home that would nurture their creativity and foster a feeling of calm. The design creates this sense of transition right as you enter the property, through a long, tree-lined driveway, thru a custom gate and into a gracious entry court. Walking through a formal entry garden, you arrive at a round entry tower, completing the transition from street to home. Separated into three primary zones, the main bedroom wing is a two-story volume anchoring one side of the center Living / Dining spaces, while the 2-story Library and Kitchen / Family Room anchor the other. All of the primary public spaces in the home are oriented toward the rear garden. The home features 5,500 square feet of living space, a 3-car garage, a separate guest suite and private master sauna pavilion. Solar power, battery back-up, integrated building controls and on-site water storage are a few of the technical systems installed.
Spanish White Mediterranean Dining Room
Spanish White Mediterranean Dining Room
Maraya Interior DesignMaraya Interior Design
Spanish Classic Linen Colored dining room with upholstered dining chairs. A clean, contemporary white palette in this traditional Spanish Style home in Santa Barbara, California. Soft greys, beige, cream colored fabrics, hand knotted rugs and quiet light walls show off the beautiful thick arches between the living room and dining room. Stained wood beams, wrought iron lighting, and carved limestone fireplaces give a soft, comfortable feel for this summer home by the Pacific Ocean. White linen drapes with grass shades give warmth and texture to the great room. The kitchen features glass and white marble mosaic backsplash, white slabs of natural quartzite, and a built in banquet nook. The oak cabinets are lightened by a white wash over the stained wood, and medium brown wood plank flooring througout the home. Project Location: Santa Barbara, California. Project designed by Maraya Interior Design. From their beautiful resort town of Ojai, they serve clients in Montecito, Hope Ranch, Malibu, Westlake and Calabasas, across the tri-county areas of Santa Barbara, Ventura and Los Angeles, south to Hidden Hills- north through Solvang and more.
GREEN HILLS RESIDENCE
GREEN HILLS RESIDENCE
MarvinMarvin
With architectural influences from the desert southwest, this new home is located on an unusually shaped site that’s surrounded by other residences. The project was designed to create a private, compound feeling to allow the home to tuck into the surrounding vegetation. As the new landscaping matures, the home will gradually become almost invisible–a hidden retreat in a densely populated area. After evaluating other cladding options to Integrity Ultrex fiberglass for the 37 windows, the choice became obvious. Integrity came out ahead when comparing performance, cost and timelines along with aesthetic considerations. Integrity’s desirable exterior color and availability of a wide variety of shapes, styles and configurations made the choice a simple one.
Scottsdale Tuscan Villa
Scottsdale Tuscan Villa
Interiors RememberedInteriors Remembered
Interiors Remembered -Athena Vigil - Designer
Charmean Neithart Interiors, LLC.
Charmean Neithart Interiors, LLC.
Charmean Neithart InteriorsCharmean Neithart Interiors
This formal dining room was a complete remodel and addition in this spanish-colonial style residence. Photos by Erika Bierman www.erikabiermanphotography.com

17,142 Mediterranean Dining Room Design Photos

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