A dining pavilion, large outdoor fireplace, and living room with stunning views are just a few of the inviting details inside and outside of this home. Scroll down for more photos.
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Bright living room
The many seating areas of the salon intimately welcome large and small crowds. The oak beams have been lightly hand cut to improve the quality of the texture. Mohair rugs from Specialty Textiles; woven chairs Wickerwork.
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The dining room of this California home is a separate structure, a stone pavilion designed by architect Sandy Walker on a promontory overlooking the Pacific. Interior designer Suzanne Tucker furnished it with a Michael taylor table in walnut and poured concrete and chairs covered with A. Rudin. Carole Gratale chandelier.
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A vine-covered arbor connects the pavilion with the house. The walls are in Carmelite stone, quarried locally.
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The bright vaulted ceiling of the entrance, the warm plaster walls and the flagstone floor, which flows from the outside, set the tone for the rest of the house. Gregorius Pinéo lamps.
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A Carmel stone outdoor fireplace makes the ultimate outdoor room. The multiple terraces and exterior doors promote easy movement in and around the house, making it ideal for entertaining. Teak chairs and poufs from Summit Furniture.
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