THEME | During the remodel of this 1920’s Spanish Mediterranean style home, Emily took the opportunity to emphasize the charm and craftsmanship of each room.
SCOPE | Kitchen and bathroom remodels, interior decoration of every room in the house as well as the pool house and guest house addition for repeat clients. Emily has worked on their home for nearly a decade.
FURNISHINGS | Emily combined a mix of different finishes and natural woods to highlight the authenticity and character of the home.
FIXTURES | Much of the lighting in the home was original and in keeping with its Spanish Colonial style. Emily used some of the original fixtures where possible. She sourced antique Spanish Revival light fixtures from local antique dealers and incorporated them into the interiors, seamlessly melding the old with the new.
PALETTE | The Spanish Revival heritage is expressed in vivid colors displayed throughout the space.
TILE | Emily was able to have fun with tile in this Spanish home, tiling the kitchen Groin vaulted ceiling, using Malibu tiles around the pool and hardscape and Saltillo tiles for the floor of both the indoors and the patio. In the pool house, Emily added new tiles to echo the tile work that was original to the main house.
ARCHITECT | David Serrurier
LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT | Nord Eriksson of EPT Design
CONTRACTOR | John Walker of JW Builders