A vintage light fixture fills the open space to add subtle decor over the stairs in this hall. The handrail and newel caps compliment the hardwood floor coloring leaving the white balusters looking bright between the wood details. A classic, small sofa and framed mirror fit the simple and sophisticated style.
This intermediate floor is accented with wood-paneled walls, wide crown molding and patterned runners in neutral colors making the space inviting. The long mirror helps to lengthen the hallway while the lamps and bursts of yellow and orange warm the area.
This long, arched hallway with oatmeal-colored walls leads into the master bedroom's sitting area, seen at the end of the hallway. The master suite features a crystal chandelier and elegant draperies creating a warm and inviting retreat.
Glossy black stairs and elaborate wrought iron railing make a dramatic first impression in this two-story entryway. Arched windows bring in light through the stone walls, and a tiered chandelier adds a touch of glam to the space.
This inviting hall features a double tray ceiling paired with traditional wainscoting and crown molding. Two lantern pendant lights illuminate the space, while a pair of metallic lamps sit atop a marble console. A natural woven runner finishes off the look of the space.
Natural rock gives gorgeous texture to this basement bar structure. A polished stone countertop contrast the rough rock base. Contemporary black bar stool line the counter shape below a trio of traditional pendant lights.
Two brown stools, decorated with multiple blue and brown fleur-de-lis, contrast the bright white railing. Blue plates hang vertically for a touch of country charm while a built-in white shelving unit serves as a unexpected spot for storage or decorations.
This traditional entryway opens up to a dramatic chandelier, tall ceilings and exposed wood beams. An archway leads to a sophisticated, cozy sitting room with built-in bookshelves and comfortable white armchairs. Gray railings are paired with black metal rods for an elegant descend down the stairs.
Designer Candace Barnes sought to pay tribute to architect Julia Morgan in the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2015 staircase. Quotes attributed to Morgan, the designer of the home and best known for the Hearst Castle, are printed in stylized calligraphy and hung within molding panels leading up the staircase.
A glass section of the large front door creates a connection between the foyer and the outside entrance. Neutral marble tile matches the cream colored walls and gives a polished look to the space. Two columns with a textured finish frame the entry and add to the grand feel of the design.