This home was a nearly untouched, perfect Spanish Colonial Revival, designed in the 1920s by one of the best architects of the period, Mary Craig. The owners wanted to preserve as much as possible and only make a few alterations. Every addition was made as closely as possible to the spirit of the original design.
The major elements of this project were adding a grand family room/kitchen wing and master bedroom suite to a classic Montecito Hedgerow home. The new family room features a barrel ceiling, French oak floors, an imported European stone fireplace, and recessed window seats. The classic country kitchen, with custom cabinets and marble countertops, provides an expansive area for both cooking and entertaining.
In the master bath, the owner wanted to mirror a favorite page in the Waterworks catalog, with a free standing tub and elegant custom tile work. (Architect: Peter Becker Architect.)