Mark D. Sikes Montecito House Tour Gallery

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Sikes used Lee Jofa’s Althea print cotton chintz on a club chair and pillow in the living room. “It has an old-world feel,” he says. “It’ll look great when it gets sun-faded and worn.” Curtains in Lee Jofa’s Ikat de Lin. Mirror, Hollyhock.

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A sofa from his Henredon collection, in Lee Jofa’s Althea linen, sits opposite a sofa in a Rogers & Goffigon fabric. Natural textiles and materials—including Elizabeth Eakins rugs and an antique wicker chair from Paul Aronson—add to the welcoming vibe. Sikes repainted the coral chandelier in white. Swing-arm lamps, Visual Comfort. Slipper chair, George Smith.

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An Ellsworth Kelly painting hangs near a reclaimed-wood kitchen table from Lucca Antiques. The gathered shade on the Hollywood at Home pendant is in a Rose Cumming fabric. French bistro chairs, TK Collections. Raffia wallpaper, Nobilis.

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The client loved her China Seas Bali ikat wallpaper and curtains in the master bedroom, so Sikes reinvigorated them by adding more patterns in green and blue. “The room was completely transformed by the layers of fabric,” he says. The arched headboard is upholstered in George Spencer Designs’ Thistle, and the checked chairs had originally been in the living room. Lamp, Christopher Spitzmiller. Art, Hollyhock.

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Anglo Indian–inspired accents—like this bench from William Laman—make the room feel like a tropical getaway. Cushion fabric, Fermoie. Pillows, Nickey Kehoe. Art, Holly­hock. Rug, Stark.

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Sikes had the exterior of the French Tudor–style house, previously gray, repainted in white. “It feels fresher,” he says

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