An updated Spanish home in Rancho Santa Fe with a fresh twist

Mindy Gayer Design reimagined many of the spaces throughout this home blend Spanish architectural elements with a transitional design aesthetic, nestled in the charming community of Rancho Santa Fe, California.

The homeowners are a young, active family with three young children who love to entertain, so they wanted their home to feel both casual and beautiful at the same time.

The result is a timeless, stylish, and functional home with sprawling outdoor spaces that meet the lifestyle needs of parents and kids alike.

This gorgeous living room features a marble fireplace flanked by a pair of antique mirrors. A wool rug grounds this space, adding a subtle texture to soften the formality of the room.

This atrium is just off the study and provides a tranquil retreat for the homeowners to host casual meetings or just relax in the California sunshine.

In the study, the rich espresso-stained cabinetry and coffered beams set a moodier tone than the rest of the home. To soften this space, the designer applied a light gray textured wall covering to both the walls and ceiling.

This includes the beautiful espresso-toned beams throughout and the archways that lead to a few of the common spaces. The dining room is anchored by a  one-of-a-kind oak chandelier.

The family room is the central hub for family movie and game nights. Comfortable,  family-friendly furnishings make this space feel cozy and inviting. Just off this space is a covered outdoor lounge loggia.

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