B. David Levine recently completed an Ojai getaway which sits on a large lot amongst citrus trees, tucked away on a secluded cul-de-sac within walking distance of Ojai’s Charming downtown.
David decided to change the floorplan by placing a wall between the existing living room and the kitchen, thus creating a breakfast nook with newly created access to the backyard pool. Although the house had a large dining room David felt it was important to provide the new occupants with a casual choice for dining in.
He chose a red brown sunset like theme throughout the interior which reflects a palette reminiscent of that utilized by the local Chumash Indians in their art. One room flows easily to the next and up the glass balustrade staircase to the light filled 3 bedrooms above.
Appointed with modern lighting fixtures and wood burning fireplaces, the formal living room, and the media room both provide inviting options for relaxation and gatherings year-round.