Today, Best Interior Designers features the latest design project by Mark D. Sikes, one of the most exclusive and incredible interior designers of the United States of America. This time he created a unique and classic Spanish colonial home design… Featuring some of the best inspiring luxury details and incredible goods, this amazing residential project stars ou number one home design element: unique mid-century lighting! Take a look!
This incredible residential project makes part of John de Neufville’s incredible project list which also includes the famous 1885 Victorian in San Francisco, an 1870s Federal townhouse in Manhattan, and an 1840 Greek Revival house in Sag Harbor. The real estate investor whose passion for renovating historic homes stems from a lifelong love of architecture. Step inside this incredible Spanish colonial house and be inspired by all its unique details and ideas introduced by Mark D. Sikes!
Inspired by a heady mix of international influences, this 1924 historic home was brought back to like by one of the most amazing dream teams in the interior design industry. Designer Mark D. Sikes and architect Paul Brant Williger, surely know their stuff when it comes to remodeling a unique home design that was already considered to be one of the most iconic places in town!
Know for his iconic all-American sensibilities and a modern take of the classic design aesthetics, Mark D. Sikes is considered to be one of the most inspiring interior design experts based in Los Angeles, but also a great representation of the American luxury design scene. Needless to say that Mark has partnered with the best manufactures in luxury furniture and fabric industries to develop unique collections including, Soane, Hudson Valley Lighting, and Merica. His work is constantly presented in top luxury design publications, such as Architectural Digest, Elle Decor, House Beautiful, Wall Street Journal, among others.
The original interior design of this iconic 1924 Spanish Colonial home was created by celebrated Los Angeles architect John Byers for the actor Leo Carrillo, making this residential project a famous place to visit according to t the Santa Monica Conservancy’s landmarks commission. More than an ordinary home decor renovation, Mark D. Sikes had the mission to restore the incredible classic beauty of this unique spot with a few fresh modern details that wouldn’t mess up the original idea. The final result matched the vision that John de Neufville’ and his wife, Alison, who is a fashion consultant for brands like Dolce & Gabbana, Aerin Lauder, and Edie Parker, had for the property: an inspiring fresh design that keeps the home’s iconic classic details without looking like a museum. Considered the expert of the new take of fresh classic design lines, Mark D. Sikes was able to add that California-Mediterranean aesthetic feel and researched, while maintaining the authenticity of the history of the Spanish Colonial home project. Terra-cotta floors, dark wooden beams, and bronze lighting impart a sense of warmth throughout, while custom furnishings and de Neufville’s contemporary art collection give California to ease an unexpected edge. It is, in fact, to gorgeous to look at, don’t you think?