Let’s take a sunny, virtual trip to Santa Monica, California to enjoy touring a beautiful 1920’s Spanish colonial style home that’s fresh and light. One thing you’ll notice throughout today’s tour is graceful archways from room to room.
The living room is off-white but not at all boring. Wood ceiling beams, a pretty fireplace, and pale colors create a cool living space under the California sun.
The entryway is uncluttered with a bit of color provided by a blue Oriental rug (or maybe it’s Turkish). You almost feel like you’re in Spain as you cross the threshold into the home.
A pretty little archway leads into the small space kitchen with a unique island. There’s plenty of room for cooking in here.
Another arched door takes you into the Spanish colonial dining room with its pale green chairs and traditional chandelier. A sisal rug lends texture to the space.
The family room is quite casual and features kids’ artwork on the walls.
I love this cozy little spot with its star pendant, pretty Roman shade, and painted green dresser.
How cool is that staircase? It reminds me a little of my own stairway. A bathroom with chevron wallpaper is tucked underneath. I believe this is part of the entryway.
Outside, a Mediterranean style patio awaits! Dining out here will truly make you feel like you’re in Barcelona! Funny – it just so happens that Spanish guitar music is playing while I write this.
Such a pretty home, both inside and out!
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