If you love the punchy, relaxed California vibes, then this 1289-square foot home in Huntington Beach, California will tickle your fancy.
It is the home of Denise, the founder of Eclectic Goods, and her husband Andy Palma. They live with their four daughters. The warm and cozy home radiates the family’s style – laid back and comfortable, vintage mixed with modern, yet kid-friendly and durable.
In decorating their home, the Palmas draw inspiration from virtually everything. These include fascinating architecture in hotels, interesting textiles, cool design elements in restaurants, friends’ homes, flea markets, and the outdoors.
Let’s see what the home has to offer.
The bench at the minimal entryway is from Target. You can get the Moroccan Sabra Pillow at Eclectic Goods.
Made from a bold selection of materials, the fireplace makes an impressive statement. The blue Moroccan Sabra Silk Pillows are from Eclectic Goods. They enrich the blue theme in the cheerful living room.
The green cactus is another item from Eclectic Goods. And you’ll get the gold elephant at Target. The navy Lydia Sofa and Mitt Hand Chair are also from Eclectic Goods, same as the fringe pillow on the sofa.
The open floor plan room encompasses the living space, kitchen, and small dining nook. This layout makes the modest-sized home feel spacious.
The beautiful barstools are from Overstock. Flanking the vintage dining table are Sonoran dining chairs from Eclectic Goods.
In light of the fact that this is a less than 1300-square foot home housing a six-member family, virtually everything has to be multifunctional. The dining banquette, for instance, doubles as storage. And some rooms serve as a home office, guest room, and playroom all in one.
In the playroom’s gallery wall, a cactus art from Eclectic Goods serves as the centerpiece. The pink lumbar pillows and the indigo mudcloth are from Kristin Dion Design. And the geo fringe pillow is from Eclectic Goods.
The office/playroom also features a custom desk nook. The Wishbone dining/desk chair from Wayfair can’t go unmentioned.
One of the kids’ rooms has a hanging hammock chair from Eclectic Goods. Your eye can’t miss the DIY art gallery wall. The wall is juxtaposed with a jute round rug and hanging chandelier from Eclectic Goods.
The master bedroom features a mudcloth textile headboard. It was found from the Long Beach Flea Market. You can’t fail to notice the cactus art from Eclectic Goods.
Rattan side tables were found at Rose Bowl Flea Market. They are accessorized with assorted items from Eclectic Goods.
Another kids’ bedroom is equipped with Bulkea bunk bed and a pink tent from a garage sale.
The outdoor space with the bar and built-in seating provides a wonderful place for both day and night entertainment.
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