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Interiors: California Cottage

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This is the home of actors Corbin Bernsen and Amanda Pays. A super comfortable and eclectic home that the couple, along with their four boys, have decorated themselves. Vintage flea market finds mix with new items from Pottery Barn and West Elm.

I really love the kitchen with the reclaimed barn wood cupboards and the metal school chairs. The concrete counters look fantastic as do the lights and backsplash tiles from Morocco.

Great hits of colour throughout the home make it a really cozy space..




linking with: French Country Cottage, The 36th Avenue, The Charm of Home, Redoux Interiors, Rooted in Thyme, Common Ground-Do, My Romantic Home, Shabby Art Boutique

via: Country Living


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Reader Comments (4)

Really love this look, I'm a big fan of white, and I like the way color has been incorporated with the accessories, and art. Lovely home.

March 1, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterJeannie

this is a lovely home, I enjoyed reading a bit about it in the March Country Living too. great use of texture and color to enhance all of the white

March 1, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterKathi

Thank you Kathi and Jeannie! Have a good weekend!

March 1, 2013 | Registered CommenterTrudy Crane

These photographs are beautiful! I especially love the french doors in the kitchen and the pewter claw foot tub. Thanks for sharing!

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