882 American Home Design Photos
Bay Area Contracting, Inc.
Photos by Kaity
Lara Swimmer Photography
Priester's Custom Contracting, LLC
Photo by Holger Obenaus
Davis Frame Company
Amazing cathedral ceiling timber frame master bedroom facing the lake. This gorgeous bedroom features warm exposed wooden beams and pine decking on the ceiling, creating warmth and comfort.
Maraya Interior Design
Old World European, Country Cottage. Three separate cottages make up this secluded village over looking a private lake in an old German, English, and French stone villa style. Hand scraped arched trusses, wide width random walnut plank flooring, distressed dark stained raised panel cabinetry, and hand carved moldings make these traditional farmhouse cottage buildings look like they have been here for 100s of years. Newly built of old materials, and old traditional building methods, including arched planked doors, leathered stone counter tops, stone entry, wrought iron straps, and metal beam straps. The Lake House is the first, a Tudor style cottage with a slate roof, 2 bedrooms, view filled living room open to the dining area, all overlooking the lake. The Carriage Home fills in when the kids come home to visit, and holds the garage for the whole idyllic village. This cottage features 2 bedrooms with on suite baths, a large open kitchen, and an warm, comfortable and inviting great room. All overlooking the lake. The third structure is the Wheel House, running a real wonderful old water wheel, and features a private suite upstairs, and a work space downstairs. All homes are slightly different in materials and color, including a few with old terra cotta roofing. Project Location: Ojai, California. Project designed by Maraya Interior Design. From their beautiful resort town of Ojai, they serve clients in Montecito, Hope Ranch, Malibu and Calabasas, across the tri-county area of Santa Barbara, Ventura and Los Angeles, south to Hidden Hills. Patrick Price Photo
EcoNest Architecture Inc
Photo Credit: Rob Reck
SR Fine Home Builders
Architect: Mary Brewster, Brewster Thornton Group
Julia Katrine Designs
A welcoming entrance leads you into this wine country home. With plants native to a mediterranean climate lining the walkway as you make your way to the rustic wood door. We lightened up the entire house from the outside in, bringing it from shades of dark brown to lighter beiges and clean whites.
Kaufman Segal Design
Van Inwegen Digital Arts
Photography: Kevin Meechan Builder: Schmitt Building Contractors