This great room can easily accommodate a crowd, what with its open kitchen, formal dining space and nearby sitting area. Wood paneling overhead draws the eye to the mountain views and helps the modern interior feel a little more connected to the wilderness.
A formal dining room that offers the only path from the sitting room at the front of the house to the kitchen in the back of the house. In order to make this a comfortable area, we made sure to have chairs that could push all the way up to the table's edge leaving a clear walking path.
The open floor plan incorporates distinct functional spaces — dining, main living room and informal sitting area — defined by arched openings, area rugs, and groupings of furniture. Amanda's new home studio is in a space adjacent to the main living room.
The living room is larger than it looks, with a formal sitting area on one side and a fireplace on the other. To make this section feel chic yet cozy for those cool nights in L.A., designer Caitlin Murray layered in metallic pillows, cushioned benches and a traditional area rug.
Keeping with the warm nature of the Mediterranean villa, the designers outfitted the living room with pieces in golden hues, like the art over the fireplace and the area rug down below. A plush sofa, two cushioned armchairs and a large coffee table create a formal sitting area where the owners and their guests can take it all in.
This Asian-inspired armoire with strong lines and a mirrored front sets the stage for a formal living room. The striking piece is flanked by transitional armchairs upholstered in a red graphic print that plays into the warmer hues of sitting room.
This open concept sitting room with vaulted ceilings is perfect for formal entertaining. Guests can lounge and enjoy fireside cocktails before venturing into the adjoining dining room. This space's natural radiance is all in the details—from the delightful crown molding and spiraling marble staircase lined with metalwork railings to the exquisite furnishings.