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From the outside, this striking California home looks like a normal, stone-clad ranch — bisected by a massive A-frame. Inside, that translates to a lofty living area underneath vaulted ceilings, flooded with natural light, and wings of luxurious bedrooms on either side. In the central living room, a towering bank of windows looks out at the home’s sylvan surroundings, acting as a visual breath of fresh air.
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There’s so much eye candy inside, too: a soaring stone fireplace, great wooden ceiling beams, or my personal favorite, a dining area defined by a swath of Cole & Son wallpaper. The geometric pattern feels modern, while the orange and earth-toned palette reminds me of my favorite old Pyrex bowls. It’s a scaled down example of the vibe of the whole home: Built in the 1970s and since updated, this spacious chalet-style home feels retro and contemporary at once.
All throughout, fixtures from Anthropologie, Crate & Barrel accents in brushed brass, and West Elm lighting give the home a stylish yet simple look that lets the architecture, verdant views, and whatever personal touches the new owner will bring in speak for themselves.
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