This Historic California Farmhouse Renovation is Inspiring

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It’s worthwhile to see Brian and Jessie De Lowe’s bathtub. A lot has been stated in regards to the couple’s gorgeous Montecito Nineteen Fifties California farmhouse and its ethereal indoor/out of doors movement—and for good motive. The four-bedroom, four-bathroom residence boasts a kitchen that feels such as you’re exterior. Ocean breezes transfer by means of open doorways and the solar floods by means of partitions of home windows. The earthy textures and tones are all right here, leading to a house that’s grounded in calm and emphasizes cozy. It’s all extremely interesting, completely dreamy, and really welcoming.

Jessie is a manifestation coach with a robust imaginative and prescient to usher others towards their most vibrant life, one which aligns with their soul’s true calling. Brian is the co-founder and president of Proper Hotels which boast among the most inspiring respites to put your head (and fulfill your urge for food) in California and Austin. Collectively, they share the three,800 square-foot residence with daughters Amelie and Lucia. “Children are at all times operating round and dancing,” Jessie shares. It’s why the indoor/out of doors area isn’t nearly aesthetics—it supplies a practical basis for the De Lowe household to thrive.

About That Bathtub…

“Our Concrete Nation bathtub will get a LOT of affection,” admits Jessie. The basin is a show-stopping piece—you can very practically name it a murals. And it’s no shock to search out the bathtub was designed and ethically handcrafted in Australia, residence to the final word purveyors of trendy, laid-back dwelling.

Forward, we step into the De Lowe’s residence (dubbed the Four Feathers Farm House) where the breeze flows freely—and the baths are on point.

Montecito Meets Mallorca

How would you describe your home’s aesthetic?

When it came to décor, Jessie describes their inspiration as “Montecito meets Mallorca,” which explains the general approach toward design: textural by way of natural materials that result in a calming, “uncluttered but cozy” home.

Earthy, Vintage, and a Touch of the Unexpected

How did you decide on the color scheme?

We wanted earthy colors that were soothing and unexpected.

We are constantly cooking and entertaining, so it was important to us to create a great flow between the inside and outside.

What were your greatest décor finds?

Lots of vintage art and vessels from Round Top, Texas.

Identify a Focal Point and Run With It

Brian and Jessie chose cabinetry and fluting for the island from Brothers of Industry (and they sourced that beautiful Calcutta gold slab from a stone yard in LA). It all came together perfectly to complement the star of the show: the stunning grey-blue Ilve range.

Where Style Intersects the Sentimental

Do you have a favorite piece of furniture?

Our concrete nation bathtub gets a LOT of love. In terms of furniture, our Kelly Wearstler Credenza (above) is very special.

How did your home’s architectural style influence the design process?

There were many different sections of the house, and we opened up and widened a lot of the hallways to make it flow better and feel more open.

Describe your California farmhouse in three words.

Open, calming, and happy.

A Few Final Words of (Design) Wisdom

Do you have any words of wisdom to share with would-be decorators?

We started with a few key focal pieces and then designed spaces with House of Honey around those pieces. For example, we knew we wanted the Concrete Nation bathtub and basins in dusty pink, so we designed the bathroom to complement that. In the kitchen, we knew we wanted the Blue Grey Ilve Range, so we designed the kitchen around that!

Finally, any advice for creating a space that’s minimal, yet warm and inviting?

Create a lot of built-in storage or furniture that contains storage so that there is a streamlined system for things to live.

Discover the Stunning Products That Brought This California Farmhouse to Life

Bathtub: Concrete Nation

Cabinetry: Brothers of Industry
Island Fluting: Brothers of Industry
Ilve Range, Kohler sink/fixtures from Ferguson, Thermador fridge/microwave from Ferguson
Counter Stools:
Pendant Lights: Natalie Web page

Couch: Lulu and Georgia
Pendant Light: Lightology
Coffee Table: Vintage from First Dibs
Lulu and Georgia
Poufs: Classic
Wood Desk: Classic
Throw Blanker: One Wednesday Shop
Vase: Tina Frey

Eating Desk: Jenni Kayne
Eating Chairs: Jenni Kayne
Pendant Gentle: Ay Illuminate from International Lighting
Rug: Armadillo and Co
Dried Flowers: Idyll Wild Floral
Art work: Heather Day from Tappan Collective

Bed: Anthropologie
Cultiver Linen Sheets and Shop One Wednesday x Jessie De Lowe Manifestation Blanket
Pillows: Sheepskins from Jenni Kayne
Sconces: Rejuvenation
Bench: Misplaced and Discovered Store
Console Desk: Classic
Nightstands: Jenni Kayne
Rug: Armadillo and Co
Curtains: Everhem

Couch: Restoration {Hardware}
Lamp: Anthropologie
Espresso Desk: Jayson Dwelling
Pillows: Mexican Artisan, Coral & Tusk
Rugs: Sheepskins from Prima De Sur
Artwork above the sofa: Katie Gong
Artwork above the fireside: Nik Nik Studio

Counter Stools: Saffron and Poe
Paint Color:
Costes by Portola
Gentle Fixture: Hudson Valley Lighting

Desk: Kokoro Dwelling
Eating Chairs: Rejuvenation
Lights: Corbett Lighting from Hudson Valley Lighting
Pillows: Customized
Paint: Portola

Montecito Meets Mallorca—A Dreamy California Farmhouse That Lets the Sunshine In

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