The latest chapter of this chic, 1937 stone house
was penned by one of California's most sought after designers, Xorin Balbes of Templehome.
At its core, this evocative transformation celebrates beauty and stillness and offers a place that fosters well-being, abundance and gratitude.
Nestled in one of Montecito's favorite neighborhoods, this compound perfectly blends form and function and offers a relaxing getaway nestled among a stunning organic backdrop.
The evolution of an idea begins at the source.
Exacting lines of a standing seam metal roof preside over the understated elegance of
the rustic residence.
Two private suites and an office have exterior
entries and are perfect for guests, work or
A highly curated collection of finishes create a composition that is both modern, timeless & embodies the experience of luxury.
Award winning architectural conservator, lauded designer, and philanthropist, Xorin Balbes discovered his passion and vision for the design and re-design process while renovating his first home in Santa Barbara “it’s important to honor the creativity of the past while at the same time respecting and honoring the creativity that wants to express itself now.”
The founder and co-owner of Templehome, which harbors an impressive high-profile celebrity client list, Xorin's design goal remains the same whether he’s renovating landmark buildings or transforming ordinary residences; he strives to enhance the true essence of a place, and the people living in it.
To learn more about Templehome please visit their website here.
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