Pueblo Revival Trend is a stylish and exquisite trend that’s inspired on the Southwestern United States. This style is very well recognized on this amazing mansion, in Santa Barbara, Los Angeles. Designed by Corinne Mathern, this home was transformed from a Mid-Century to a Pueblo Revival décor. Today, Los Angeles Homes unveils this home’s features, for you to inspire your own home.
This Santa Barbara home is an inspiration for the Pueblo Revival Trend, which was designed by Corinne Mathern. Once a midcentury tree house, is now a Pueblo Revival villa, that is absolutely breathtaking. This mansion shares a rustic and minimalistic style, that fits perfectly within this architecture.
This a 3300-square-foot Pueblo Revival home, with three bedrooms, in Mission Canyon, 15 minutes away from Santa Barbara. This villa is open and contains amazing earth tones, which are copper, terra-cotta and tobacco. The materials mostly used are brass, jute, clay and rosewood. This translates into a perfect Pueblo Revival look, for the amazing items placed throughout the home.
There’s also an incredible exterior surrounded by 5 acres of olive trees and ten-feet-wide agave, cacti and ivy. This Pueblo Revival mansion features custom pieces, personally picked by Corinne Mathern, where you can find pieces from Alma Allen and Stan Bitters. This is a perfect home, mix with the most amazing and rustic items, that also resemble a touch of minimalism.
This is a custom made table, with William Richardson’s chairs, along with a fabulous chandelier from Tom Greene, that perfectly embellishes this dining room. This design fits perfectly within the Pueblo Revival Trend, showing these wooden furniture pieces and white accessories.
The master bedroom shares the amazing view of the mountain and of the ocean. This is a room that perfectly embodies the rustic and antique vibe, providing the relaxation mood you’re looking for. This incredible home is the living proof that the Pueblo Revival trend works perfectly.