Is This Warm Color Palette Right for You?

A warm color palette heats things up in Montecito.

living room with fireplace
Mikkel Vang
Designer Christina Rottman brings neutrals to life in this warm, inviting design in Montecito. On a scale from 1 to 10, are these warm colors right for you?
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living room with fireplace
Mikkel Vang
A Tranquil Living Room
Lustrous neutrals create harmony and tranquillity in the living room of a Montecito, California, house. Designer Christina Rottman layered classical elements and sensual textures "to bring the room to life and give it a feeling of both informality and formality." Sofas are upholstered in linen velvet, Largo in Fawn, and the ottoman in leather, Lucia in London Fog, both by . The silk velvet throws are by Sabina Fay Braxton; print pillows are in 's Delfino String and Silvery Gold.
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dining room
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A Mediterranean-Inspired Dining Room
The dining room has an old-world Mediterranean sensibility, with its Tuscan-style walnut table and chairs by , an heirloom buffet, an 18th-century Italian baroque wall hanging, and a rococo chandelier from Formations. The mercury-glass and silver-glazed ceramic vases are from ; linen runner is from .
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bedroom
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A Grand Master Bedroom
The wall pattern, painted by decorative artist Peter Bolton, is a play on Spanish tiles, and the iron four-poster was inspired by 18th-century Andalusian country manor beds. Gauffraged velvet pillows, table, and curtain fabrics by Sabina Fay Braxton. Celeste bedding by . Khotan carpet, .
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sitting changing area of bedroom
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A Peaceful and Sexy Sanctuary
For the master bedroom — "a peaceful but sexy sanctuary" — Rottman designed a Moroccan-influenced screen in leather and antiqued nailheads.
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room with dining tables
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Perfect for Dinner Parties
An open, airy upstairs room is used for dining, parties, playing board games, and doing homework. Chairs are slipcovered in Cyclades from Rogers & Goffigon. The color inspiration for the two-toned curtains came from a flowering agave plant just outside the window. The runner is . French garden cloches were converted to pendant lights.
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moorish doorway in hall
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A Moorish Touch
A Moorish archway in the living room frames the turquoise kitchen cabinets.
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doorway hidden by curtains
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A Foyer That Sets the Stage
With its understated Mediterranean look, the foyer sets the stage for the rest of the house.
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sitting area
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Spanish and French Details
An antique Spanish iron gate hangs behind an antique French settee in the foyer.
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bowl of succulents
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Fresh from Santa Barbara
Santa Barbara succulents.
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Dog Napping in TV Room
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A Cozy Spot
Polo the golden retriever naps in the warm-colored TV room of a California home by designer Christina Rottman.
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daybed in guest bedroom
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An Unique Daybed
A Spanish daybed in the guest bedroom. Walls are painted 's Pointing.
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bedroom
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Texture in the Master Bedroom
Bamboo wall tiles from add texture and depth to the walls behind the guest bed.
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kitchen stove
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A Limestone Hood
Decorative artist Peter Bolton updated the kitchen’s stove hood with a limestone finish.
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kitchen cabinets
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A Kitchen of a Different Color
"I wanted this jolt of color to emphasize that the kitchen is the joyful heart of the house," says . To achieve it, a blackened umber glaze was applied to the cabinets, then painted over with a turquoise glaze. Buffing, stippling, and scraping gave the cabinets a timeworn look. Countertops are limestone.
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outdoor dining area
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A Romantic Loggia
The loggia "is romantic and seductive," says Rottman. "It's at once cozy and textured, open and airy. By day you have epic views of the ocean and mountains. At night you feel like you're in the starlit sky." She designed the wenge wood table. Armchairs are by . Curtains are Rain Chain in Deep Indigo by Perennials.
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exterior of house
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Spanish and North African Styles Come Together
Spain and North Africa merge in the house, designed by Santa Barbara architect Don Nulty.
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