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Mediterranean Villa In California

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Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Mediterranean Villa In California

http://www.christiesrealestate.com/
Situated on over eleven acres, with views of the mountains, ocean, and harbor, this Mediterranean villa in California is absolutely breathtaking. (ABOVE) Right from the front gate, you are a greeted by beauty. Surrounded by nature and a winding path, this villa is a breath of fresh air. (BELOW 1) The villa's backyard is beautifully landscaped. I love the grass around the pool and the higher elevated portion of the lawn. Both the landscaping and architectural style of the villa compliment each other. (BELOW 2) I love the variation of shrubs. Overall, I find this villa to look very relaxing. It has great seclusion and is not overpowering architecturally. What are your thoughts about the villa?

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When I choose these pieces I focused on unusual shapes and soft colors. Around the home you'll find great pops of color in the landscaping, however, the villa is a lighter color with a signature red Mediterranean style roof. These pieces would look amazing if placed in this home. The 1960s Doria Ball Chandelier is from Prime Gallery LLC. The Ceramic Vases are from Blend Interiors. I love their organic shapes. The vases are also in the same color family as the villa. The Vintage Swedish Rug is from Nazmiyal. The rug represents the beauty of a Mediterranean styled roof. Which piece is your favorite? You can add as little or as much to your space as you want. Don't follow rules, just do.



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2 Comments:

At February 28, 2012 at 1:15 PM , Blogger Alexa said...

It could also be situated in the middle of Tuscany, simply beuatiful. And I love the rug. Great selection.

 
At February 28, 2012 at 3:27 PM , Blogger Marissa said...

Wow, this is gorgeous! It really does look like it belongs in the Italian countryside rather than California.

 

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