The formal dining area has seating for six and is comfortably settled between the living area and kitchen, making the space open to both. Light, airy curtains are hung on the windows in this area to help create a definition between this space and the other two, even though they are physically connected.
Downstairs, two tufted velvet sofas complement the furniture in the sitting room and so make the home feel tied together. A large stone fireplace anchors the space and keeps the owners cozy year-round.
Downstairs, a velvet sofa and matching armchairs create a comfortable lounge area. When they're not catching up on their favorite TV programs, the owners can enjoy a game of chess or explore the wine cellar.
A spiral staircase leads to the downstairs lounge, which was designed to be more of a creative outlet for artists seeking inspiration. Here, black and white accents offer the perfect foundation for bold patterns, while a cushioned sofa and matching chairs give the owners room to discuss their latest projects.
The open concept of this home allows for a straight line of vision from the hallway to the kitchen, into the dining area, and on to the living room. This gives the house a proper flow and a consistent design.
The downstairs dining room of this Point Lorna, California, villa home capitalizes on its high ceilings with the use of tall budding branches which tower above a round aqua blue glass dining table. Cushioned dining chairs feature woven seat backs which complement the texture of the space's architectural details including the stair's railing, stone wall trimming, and an earth toned stone pillar.