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Classic Villa

  • Mira Vista | Classic Villa
  • Mira Vista | Classic Villa
  • Mira Vista | Classic Villa
  • Mira Vista | Classic Villa
  • Mira Vista | Classic Villa
  • Mira Vista | Classic Villa
  • Mira Vista | Classic Villa
  • Mira Vista | Classic Villa
  • Mira Vista | Classic Villa
  • Mira Vista | Classic Villa
  • Mira Vista | Classic Villa
  • Mira Vista | Classic Villa
  • Mira Vista | Classic Villa
  • Mira Vista | Classic Villa
  • Mira Vista | Classic Villa
  • Mira Vista | Classic Villa
  • Mira Vista | Classic Villa
  • Mira Vista | Classic Villa
  • Mira Vista | Classic Villa
  • Mira Vista | Classic Villa
  • Mira Vista | Classic Villa
  • Mira Vista | Classic Villa

Classic Villa

Open spaces can be extremely inviting, but soaring ceilings and expansive environments provided a challenge in creating a warm retreat for this Mira Vista home. Yet, Kristin used her oversized imagination to bring harmony. The home’s 40 large windows were softened with graceful draperies and stylish roman shades creating a more cozy setting. Dull, dark wood bureaus where re-envisioned in black, white and gold. The kitchen area integrated traditional “Ralph Lauren” cues to continue the warm sense of place. And each of the daughter received uniquely engaging rooms of their own with themes including equestrian, bohemian, and pink and gold glam decor.

Date

March 11, 2016

Category

Mira Vista