Suzanne Rheinstein has always been one of my most favorite California tastemakers and designers to follow. Everything she does is uniquely beautiful so I was super excited to see her new Montecito getaway she built for herself , after her husband’s death, in my new Architectural Digest. It was everything I love in a house- part modern, part traditional, and incorporating beautiful landscaping and nature. She started with a 1971 home with some Spanish influences and crafted this beauty and the grounds to her specifications. The full article and more photos, here in AD. Below some of the gorgeousness to inspire you.. Photography by Laura Resen.
The views of the mountains are so pretty. I love that she has a flower arranging room…Love the bags and hats on a peg!
Have you all been to Montecito? It’s one of my favorite small California towns. So much charm and beauty.
UPDATE: Joni, who writes Cote de Texas, one of my favorite blogs , has done a more in depth post on this house- the before/afters and Suzanne’s other homes, and her daughter’s homes. If you are as obsessed as I am you will enjoy it.
Have a good day!
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