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Festive flashlights lined up along the patio fence add nighttime ambience.
The family room’s accent colors were inspired by the tulip painting in the homeowners’ art collection.
The library was turned into a playroom and homework center, with open shelving and a bright pin board above each desk.
Graphic Romo fabrics give energy to the guest room’s reading nook.
The cheerful upstairs office, with walls painted in dramatic Charlotte’s Locks from Farrow & Ball, is functional and fun: the owners run their winery from here when they’re not in California.
Fabrics and paint in mango and lime create a happy mood in a guestroom.
A quilted upholstered headboard creates a colorful focal point.
The bowed ceiling and beaded paneling of the cabana’s bedroom was inspired by boat interiors.
A sonâs bedroom is kid-friendly but not babyish.
A large crystal chandelier sparkles against the powder room’s red walls.
The designer collects blanc de chine figures.
The dining chairs’ hand-screened Galbraith & Paul fabric picks up the tangerine hue on the walls. The primitive elephant painting is from Nantucket Looms.
The owner’s favorite peachy color enlivens a setting for dinner guests.
The breakfast nook sounds a wake-up call with walls of tequila lime, a geometric-patterned rug and vivid toss pillows.
Shannon Feeney introduced audacious color to the family room with textiles and accessories.
The family room decor began with the blue-and-cream abstract rug that is, says Elms, "a total wow."
The nursery features a white lacquered crib and changing table from The New Traditionalists.
Dragoo designed the tufted headboard in the cozy master bedroom.
The dining room’s dark walls "make things pop," explains the designer.
A colorful Oushak carpet sets the library’s welcoming tone. The George Nelson pendant lamp adds a modern note, while classic articulating brass lamps from Michele Varian aid nighttime reading.
Vintage orange chairs complement Kerri’s artwork with a bit of extra punch in the television room. The ottoman is another custom D2 Interieurs design.
The sitting room takes a warmer and more colorful turn; in here, comfort comes first.