This Spanish Revival Home Was Stripped Down to It's Studs—You Should See It Now

Sacha Strebe

While we talk a lot about interior design at MyDomaine HQ—and we love nothing more than to decorate a space—it's architecture that really makes our hearts skip a beat. This structure forms the foundation, or canvas, if you will, for everything that comes after it. So if your home doesn't have "good bones," then the interior design process will definitely be a more challenging process to cover up any architectural flaws.

That wasn't the case with this home. Built in 1927, this Spanish Revival style formed the ideal backdrop for Shannon Wollack and Brittany Zwickl of California-based Studio Life.Style. Although the designer duo renovated the entire house ("almost every room down to the studs"), their goal was to keep the integrity of the iconic architecture style intact.

They pared down some of the heavy traditional Spanish elements to create a more modern and updated space. "We have a refined yet approachable style and really try to stay true to the architecture of the home or space we are designing," says Zwickl. Step inside and see how this dynamic pair transformed an outdated home with spectacular results.

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