Orange Family Room Design Photos

Architect: DeNovo Architects, Interior Design: Sandi Guilfoil of HomeStyle Interiors, Landscape Design: Yardscapes, Photography by James Kruger, LandMark Photography


Created for entertainment, Moroccan themes are playfully implemented. Original Moroccan artifacts, rich textures and materials were meticulously assembled. The two story 'Kasbah' includes a dance studio and performance theater in the basement, a great room, kitchen and bar on the main level. Slide-away doors open the great room to the rear yard for an indoor/outdoor ambiance.

Family Room in a working cattle ranch with handknotted rug as a wall hanging. The Multiple Ranch and Mountain Homes are shown in this project catalog: from Camarillo horse ranches to Lake Tahoe ski lodges. Featuring rock walls and fireplaces with decorative wrought iron doors, stained wood trusses and hand scraped beams. Rustic designs give a warm lodge feel to these large ski resort homes and cattle ranches. Pine plank or slate and stone flooring with custom old world wrought iron lighting, leather furniture and handmade, scraped wood dining tables give a warmth to the hard use of these homes, some of which are on working farms and orchards. Antique and new custom upholstery, covered in velvet with deep rich tones and hand knotted rugs in the bedrooms give a softness and warmth so comfortable and livable. In the kitchen, range hoods provide beautiful points of interest, from hammered copper, steel, and wood. Unique stone mosaic, custom painted tile and stone backsplash in the kitchen and baths. 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. Vance Simms contractor Peter Malinowski, photo

Simone Paddock Photography

Bright Idea Photography

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In this sunroom nook, cafe height, Hunter Douglas NewStyle shutters were installed inside each double window opening. There is no tilt bar on these contemporary appearing shutters, To open and close the louvers, simply tilt one louver, and all the louvers on the panel will open or close! A reverse pleated valance was installed inside each window opening. The shutters and valance allow all the pretty trim work to be seen at the windows. David Carter Photography

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Photography by Michael Gerrior