Features This Week
Stop in the store to see the latest in holiday gifts and home decor for the season. Garnier Thiebaut is a line of beautiful French tablecloths, kitchen towels and aprons. Kim Seybert designs festive hand-beaded placemats, napkins and rings, Christmas stockings and tree skirts. Check the list of upcoming Coast 2 Coast holiday events.
Recently opened in a warehouse in Carpinteria, Fable carries a carefully edited selection of vintage and antique tables, chairs and sofas. You’ll also find decorative items including candles, etched glass decanters, ceramics and framed art. Stop by the new space in Carpinteria, full to the brim with fine furniture and accessories.
Bonita has opened a second location in Los Olivos, CA. TORO, the new Men’s store, offers a selection of quality men’s clothing lines, necessities and gifts…ideal for California casual living. The women’s section offers popular lines of clothing and accessories. Distinctive gifts for the home are displayed throughout the store.
The clients’ design goals were to create a family retreat as well as a comfortable, yet elegant place to entertain. They selected Allen Associates Construction as their general contractor. The company’s sales team and in-house interior designer worked with the clients to refine the project’s aesthetic design both inside and out. The result is a [...]
Nestled in the foothills of Santa Barbara among stately oaks and boulders, this sophisticated home, listed with Mitchell Morehart/Village Properties, features two large bedroom suites, den/media room and separate study and is surrounded by lush gardens. Extensive remodels of the home by Christopher Teasley Design have redefined the original Hollywood Regency style residence built in [...]
Lined by oak trees and stone walls, Lilac Drive winds through one of Montecito’s finest neighborhoods. Behind a set of iron entry gates rests one of the area’s most romantic estates on approximately 3.5 magical acres. The circa 1929 home was expertly designed by celebrated architects Edwards and Plunkett, who also designed Santa Barbara’s iconic [...]
El Cerrito, an architecturally prominent Mission Revival Hacienda, is majestically sited on one of the most magnificent locations in all of Santa Barbara. Designed by Windsor Soule in 1911 and built for Clarence Black, the founder of Cadillac, the house and property were developed with exacting standards.