A good friend of mine brought Mandy Moore’s home to my attention for great reasons. It’s mid-century style, views, natural sunlight, furniture choice and the array of color.
The home is on a hill in Pasadena with views of San Gabriel mountains/valley, was built in the 1950s and designed by Harold B. Zook.
Mandy and her Fiance Taylor enlisted the help of architect Emily Farnham, interior designer Sarah Sherman Samuel, and landscape designers Terremoto to help bring the home up-to-date, customizing it to their needs.
Mandy in her reading nook
Terrazzo bench by the fireplace
Mandy and her fiance Taylor in the master bedroom. Loving the custom hunter green headboard.
Where does the time go?!? I haven’t blogged in a few weeks but I ‘ve come back with a beautiful treat…photos of the gorgeous Patina Farm. It’s the home of Architect Steve and Interior Designer Brooke Giannetti in California’s Ojai Valley. They first bought the land and together designed the home. Though the house is large it is so well designed that it seems homey with a touch of Europe throughout. They also have the cutest donkeys and goats!
Love these vintage doors that Brooke installed
La piece de resistance….this glass encased shower/tub combo…to die for!
This kitchen makes me want to learn to cook and with a view of this oak right out the window, yes please!
This living room looks comfortable and especially with the below seating area right outside the window.
These miniature goats and donkeys are so so so so cute. Below Brooke and Steve.
They just published a book detailing Patina Farms journey from construction to farm/home.
This home is beautiful and blends-in well with it’s surroundings. It’s a home in California designed with a touch of the french country style. Its simplistic and beautifully decorated in neutral tones with rustic finishes.