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Georgia Lindsay Garden Design
The kids area.
This kitchen's Large Star & Cross backsplash in White Wash stuns with its beautiful counter-to-ceiling installation. Design: Archetype Photo: Ellis Creek Photography
Melton Design Build
The kitchen is a great place for entertaining guest and family. With the large open window and bar, this space is a great way for anyone in the kitchen to interact with those who are relaxing at the window bar. Tim Murphy/FotoImagery.com
These homeowners chose a newly replaced yellow stucco for the exterior color, which was a great choice for a Spanish style home. Not only did the yellow stucco enhance the style of the house, but really added to the home's heritage. The Spanish tile roof and black trim paint, added contrast and visual interest to the home as well.
Photo by John Merkl
Archetype Interior Design Studio
Ellis Creek Photography
DD Ford Construction
Architect: Don Nulty
Door Factory by Braga
Situated on a 3.5 acre, oak-studded ridge atop Santa Barbara's Riviera, the Greene Compound is a 6,500 square foot custom residence with guest house and pool capturing spectacular views of the City, Coastal Islands to the south, and La Cumbre peak to the north. Carefully sited to kiss the tips of many existing large oaks, the home is rustic Mediterranean in style which blends integral color plaster walls with Santa Barbara sandstone and cedar board and batt. Landscape Architect Lane Goodkind restored the native grass meadow and added a stream bio-swale which complements the rural setting. 20' mahogany, pocketing sliding doors maximize the indoor / outdoor Santa Barbara lifestyle by opening the living spaces to the pool and island view beyond. A monumental exterior fireplace and camp-style margarita bar add to this romantic living. Discreetly buried in the mission tile roof, solar panels help to offset the home's overall energy consumption. Truly an amazing and unique property, the Greene Residence blends in beautifully with the pastoral setting of the ridge while complementing and enhancing this Riviera neighborhood.
Tracy Lynn Studio
Photography by Ryan Garvin
Clint Miller Architect
The home owner desired a home that would grace their Arcadia neighborhood in a subtle manner and echo the original ranch homes of the area. To achieve this desire, they drew on architectural influences from both Ranch Hacienda and Rural Mediterranean. Ranch Hacienda architecture is reflective of historical ranch heritage from rural Arizona and traditional Spanish Hacienda style homes. It is defined by the prominent use of two primary building materials: stone and exterior plaster. This style projects casual informality, characterized by the use of traditional clay tile roofs, timbers, and exposed rafter tails. Informal and asymmetrical rectilinear forms characterize the Rural Mediterranean style, while gable shed roofs create a charming country appearance similar to those in old world vineyards. The primary façade and entry create a friendly and inviting atmosphere. By positioning the home’s long axis perpendicular to the street, the main room is exposed to dramatic views of the Camelback Mountain and, as well, protected from direct sun exposure. Thus, the north courtyard presents direct views of Camelback and offers a very comfortable gathering place for residents and guests to enjoy their favorite glass of wine, during delightful conversation.
Georgia Lindsay Garden Design
An intimate seating zone surrounded by natural planting.