This multi-generational family retreat was designed by interiors studio Scavullo Design, offering sweeping views over the Santa Lucia Preserve in Carmel, California. The residence features a fabulous Mission style architecture, which the homeowner’s, who are originally from Connecticut, fell in love with. The richness of this rustic style is so completely different from their primary home. This makes it all the more exciting to visit and spend time in this beautiful and elegantly design retreat.
The interiors features a beautiful mix of Moroccan tile work, rich hues, antiques and a relaxed Mediterranean lifestyle. The majority of the furnishings were handcrafted by specialty artisans, curated both locally and from Mexico. This helps to enhance the authenticity of the spaces. The homeowners warmth and graciousness is reflected in every detail of their exquisite home. Family and friends visit this heavenly getaway to relax in its inviting and luxurious hacienda style architecture.
Above: In the living room, the coffee table comes in two or three log sets and is available from Mimi London.
Above: The exquisite light fixture hanging over the dining table is the Hudson Valley Lighting Willet Transitional Pendant Light X-BO-412.
Above: The kitchen pendant lights illuminating the island are the Bruck Lighting Rainbow 1 150 lm LED Pendant MP.
What We Love: This hacienda style home features a warm and relaxing design scheme that entices you to spend time enjoying this wonderful family getaway. Exquisite details are abound, from the handcrafted furnishings to the beautiful art and personal touches of the ceramic lamps collected on travels. This is one stunning home that would be quite enjoyable for family getaways… Readers, what are your thoughts, are there any features in this home that stand out to you? Please share in the comments!
Note: Have a look at another fabulous home tour we have featured in the past from interiors studio Scavullo Design: Architect’s dream home: Stinson Beach House.
Above: The guest bedroom is warm and inviting. While a private balcony offers views of the swimming pool below and the entire Santa Lucia Preserve beyond.
Interesting Fact: The exquisite ceramic lamp on the cabinet was purchased by the homeowner while on vacation in Mexico. The design team designed all of the guest room around each of these unique lamps. The cabinet was sourced from Rituals in Los Angeles, the door panels are copper.
Above: The master bedroom retreat showcases picture windows, framing views of nature at its finest… in this case, fog rolling in from Pebble Beach. Recessed motorized perforated shades can shade the bedroom from the sun with the touch of a button.
Above: The outdoor living spaces can be enjoyed all year round in Carmel Valley. The relaxing sectional was sourced from McKinnon & Harris, perfect for hours of enjoyment in front of the warm fireplace. In front of the fireplace is a custom designed iron screen. It helps to add a rustic, handmade artistic layer to this outdoor living space. The petrified stump tables injects an earthy and textural appeal.
Photos: Matthew Millman Photography
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