This original 1950's California ranch home was recently updated and featured on the Newport Harbor Home Tour. It was one of my favorites on the tour for it's simplicity and creativity in combining modern comforts with vintage style. I hope you enjoy the tour...
| this midcentury ranch house in Newport Beach was converted |
into a contemporary farmhouse-inspired home.
|the open kitchen features a carrara marble island|
and pops of red and yellow
|a family name is displayed above the cabinets |
in colors that are sparingly used throughout the home.
|a Pendleton blanket strapped down with belts and an antler chandelier dominate the dining area.|
|paintings of western scenes compliment the simple log bin.|
|Alice Supply Company housewares are in display in the laundry room.|
|the boys' bathroom uses subway tiles on the walls and |
penny tiles on the floor, and is accented with yellow accessories.
| a country feeling is evoked in one of the bedrooms with the combination of |
yellow-painted antlers, wood-paneled walls, and an iron bedframe.
|a bicycle has become a piece of art in the hallway.|
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