This Gorgeous House Was Destroyed By The California Wildfires

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The California wildfires are causing mass destruction and devastation across the entire state. Around 250,000 people have been forced to evacuate, 31 people have died, and over 7,000 homes and businesses have burned down—and currently, the Malibu fire is only 20% contained. Several celebrities have lost their homes, and a project by one of our favorite interior designers was sadly burned down, as well.

Natalie Myers of Veneer Designs is known for her covetable modern-meets-bohemian designs, totally evocative of the Los Angeles design scene, so we were so saddened to see her Instagram snap today, showing off one of her stunning creations that was burned to the ground in the fires. "It’s hard to believe but my clients lost their sweet little home in Malibu yesterday. Its gone," Myers wrote.

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It’s hard to believe but my clients lost their sweet little home in Malibu yesterday. Its gone. They were so happy to be there and these pretty spaces with their friends and family. Two of the three bedrooms were meant specifically for guests. They have big hearts and I’m so sorry this happened to them. We have the pictures and we can recreate the spaces if they want to. I don’t know how quickly that can happen or if they even want to. I can’t imagine the stress and heartache they must be feeling right now. I feel like the hardest part for the people effected will be the next few weeks and months as they are displaced and need to figure out how to rebuild. Are their organizations that help with that too? Throwing it out there if anyone knows. 📸 by @amybartlam #malibu #veneerdesigns

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Though Myers revealed she has the photos of the original design and can recreate it if the clients wish, she isn't sure they would actually want to. "I feel like the hardest part for the people effected will be the next few weeks and months as they are displaced and need to figure out how to rebuild," she wrote.

Courtesy of Veneer Designs
Courtesy of Veneer Designs

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