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Remodeled California home with modern and vintage touches

This lovely home is located in South Pasadena, California. It covers an area of 2.300 square feet and it’s owned by Traci Fleming and her kids, Mason and Piper. The three-bedroom house has been beautifully remodeled and refurbished, now featuring a mix of modern and vintage. All the original features of the house were preserved as an homage to the original architecture.

The house is very warm and inviting. The style doesn’t follow a particular theme but it’s rather a mix of all the owners the owners like. Moreover, the beauty of the house extends beyond the boundaries imposed by the exterior walls and it’s also featured in the way the deck, porch and yard are decorated. It’s all a big beautiful and harmonious composition. The exterior areas are as stylish and elegant as the interior spaces. There are chandeliers and paintings on the porch and mirrors on the garage door.

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The owner of the house wanted this place to feel contemporary but also with some vintage touches. To make that possible, contrasting pieces and accessories were mixed together and the result was an eclectic and original style. The house also has a theatrical feel created by the combinations of colors and textures. The house features white oak floors throughout, vintage lighting, white and coral walls, a cowhide rug in the living room, colorful cushions, vintage chairs, stylish chandeliers, marble tabletops in the kitchen and beautiful artwork all over the place.{found on apartmenttherapy}.

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Posted in Interiors on June 25, 2012

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