Coronado Hacienda Project

Posted on January 28, 2017 by Jessica Nicolls | 2 Comments

When we first stepped into this home it was crowded with furniture and felt like a cave. Our vision for this space was bright whites mixed with warm wood tones and a touch of metal elements. 
The Monterey building in Coronado, California has a very Spanish feel so we wanted to stay true to that while pulling in elements of the beach. We used simple coral fans above the bed and kept the furniture more traditional. 


For the living room and dining room we used soft neutrals in the furniture and curtains, wood tones for the accessories and dining table and metal elements in the media center and lighting. 

In the guest bedroom we added a pop of texture with a Mongolian bench at the end of the bed. The bed and nightstands are a warm lighter wood with a pop of brass in the bedside lamps. 
The bunk room in this house may be small but it sleeps three comfortably. We did a fun bunkbed with a trundle in this space that will surly create lots of sleepover memories. 

Posted in bedroom design, bunkbeds, condo remodel, dark wood floors, hacienda, interior design, pottery barn, restoration hardware, white bedding, white walls


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Bungalow 56
Bungalow 56

April 04, 2017

It is White Dove by Benjamin Moore.

Cindy Parker
Cindy Parker

February 12, 2017

what color white is on the walls?

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