Step Inside This Family’s Whimsical California Abode

The other side of the area features a commodious two-tone banquette, shapely dining chairs covered in pear-colored velvet with scalloped skirts, and an oak dining table and kitchen cabinets that include a warm grace note to the heady composition.Laura ResenThe large great space is divided into unique zones for the living and the dining/kitchen locations, separated by a pathway to the terrace and swimming pool beyond.To complete the chromatic immersion, one wall of the great room is covered in an ombré wallpaper that shifts from orange to a bluish-green color that seems to liquify into the flooring, which is painted in a shade called Jadeite. It has the greenest greens, the bluest blues– its high-def and then some,” Rodehuth-Harrison says.The ornamental fun and games continue on the balcony off the terrific space, which includes another distinctive sectional sofa– this one sheathed in a wild, polychromatic mushroom pattern, with abstracted camouflage/animal-print pillows– alongside pink Faye Toogood Roly Poly chairs, dining chairs shaped like ginkgo leaves, a cluster of domed rattan pendant lights, and a divine vintage flooring lamp that looks like a huge shiitake. Laura ResenThe trip through the looking glass naturally extends into the houses personal spaces: in the single watercolor-inspired pattern used for the curtains, wallpaper, and bed-frame upholstery in the couples bedroom; in the acid-yellow painted floor, jungle-palm wallpaper, and striped awning in their two-year-old child Rudds bedroom; and especially in the wallpaper of neon dinosaurs on a field of flowers that decorates the room of their infant child, Bear.

While structural interventions were limited– the cooking area and main bathroom were the only spaces entirely gutted and re-envisioned– the designers focused their efforts on animating the home with a kaleidoscopic variety of home furnishings, textiles, and wall coverings. The first big splash comes in the large sweep of the open living space, dining zone, and cooking area areas. One side of the space is anchored by a huge sectional couch outfitted in a mad Missoni Home check pattern and seat cushions of varicolored indoor/outdoor materials, with russet velour piping and a kings ransom in pillows included for great measure. The other side of the space includes a commodious two-tone banquette, shapely dining chairs covered in pear-colored velvet with scalloped skirts, and an oak table and cooking area cabinets that add a warm grace note to the heady composition.Laura ResenThe voluminous terrific room is divided into unique zones for the living and the dining/kitchen locations, separated by a pathway to the balcony and swimming pool beyond.To complete the chromatic immersion, one wall of the excellent space is covered in an ombré wallpaper that shifts from orange to a bluish-green color that appears to dissolve into the floor, which is painted in a shade called Jadeite. “The paper echoes the color and light of the unbelievable sundowns you see through the glass walls on the opposite side of the area. The landscape is extremely vibrant. It has the greenest greens, the bluest blues– its high-def and then some,” Rodehuth-Harrison says.The ornamental enjoyable and video games advance the terrace off the excellent room, which includes another distinctive sectional sofa– this one sheathed in a wild, polychromatic mushroom pattern, with abstracted camouflage/animal-print pillows– along with pink Faye Toogood Roly Poly chairs, dining chairs formed like ginkgo leaves, a cluster of domed rattan pendant lights, and a divine vintage flooring lamp that looks like a giant shiitake. “We had to believe two times about how tough we were going to dedicate to mushrooms,” Breer states of the fanciful plan. Her customers, however, were typically fearless: “I think Sally and Jake could not think what we in fact said yes to,” Rudd states, laughing.In the couples bedroom, the wallpaper, drape fabric, and bed upholstery are all variations of an Eskayel pattern. Classic Moroccan carpet from ABC Carpet & & Home.
Laura ResenView of your home from the propertys vineyard.
Laura ResenThe trip through the looking glass naturally extends into the homes personal spaces: in the single watercolor-inspired pattern utilized for the curtains, wallpaper, and bed-frame upholstery in the couples bedroom; in the acid-yellow painted flooring, jungle-palm wallpaper, and striped awning in their two-year-old boy Rudds bedroom; and particularly in the wallpaper of neon dinosaurs on a field of flowers that decorates the room of their infant boy, Bear. I think the house has made him even more into color,” his mom states. “Im in love with the floral ceiling wallpaper and peach marble in my dressing space.