California Cool Meets Rustic Style

I love seeing interiors that mix design styles together. This home, designed by Brooke Wagner Design, mixes timeless California style with rustic architectural elements and it looks wonderful.

Right from the start you can see the rustic details. The wood beams around the doorway are beautiful. The wood on the ceiling is wonderful too. I love that the ceiling is a darker brown shade and the floor is gray. It almost looks like the room was flipped upside down. Also, that door is fantastic.

Here you get more of the California cool. I love the subtle pattern on the chairs and the chandelier. But the best part is definitely the banquette coming off the stairs. This is sort of an unusual spot for a dining area, but having the banquette there makes it feel natural. It looks like a nice, cozy spot to share a family meal.

This is so great. I love the white upholstery on the chairs along with the brown leather sofa. I also love that the living room is totally open to the outside. If I lived in a warmer climate that didn't experience harsh, cold winters, I would love to have this feature in my home.

I love everything about this kitchen. My favorite part is the barstools. I love the fabric. It really adds to the California cool vibe. I also really like the pendants and the light gray wood on the island.

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This bedroom is amazing. I absolutely love the herringbone accent wall. It's a great rustic detail and it's so unique.

The vaulted ceiling along with the beams is incredible. This room really is fantastic.

I love the tile on the floor in here. It's also really cool that there's sort of a backsplash behind the sinks. Not something you usually see in bathrooms, but it looks great.

I like that they put the black subway tile behind the bathtub too. It makes it feel like the bathtub is in a large shower stall and it helps it stand out more from the light gray wall.

This outdoor area is so cute! I love that they have a sectional and a coffee table in this space. It makes it feel more like a living room or lounge area rather than a patio, which I think is really cool.

Home ToursLydia Haak