Lindye Galloway Design has created her personal family house in Newport Beach, California with a modern Spanish vibe and warm tones throughout. For this home, the designer took inspiration from old Spanish architecture to create a space where her family could find comfort and connection while being inspired by the spaces they reside in.
“This home has already brought us so much life. From inviting friends over for a laugh and a cry on the couch or celebrating holidays with our family around our dining room table. Designing this house has been an exploration into how we really use our homes and how the spaces we live in really help define our lives and connect us to each other,” states designer Lindye Galloway.
What We Love: The personal family home of interior designer Lindye Galloway, with its Spanish influences, is simply stunning. There is so much to love about this house, from its ability to make such a phenomenal entry, to the absolutely top-notch cabinetry details throughout. This dwelling takes traditional Spanish architecture, and fuses it with a modern sensibility, for a dream result.
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Above: The sliders are the Arcadia Custom, energy-efficient steel and glass doors, sourced from Associated Building Supply.
Above: The designer spends most of her time in this room, as her favorite part of this space is the fireplace. This space feels cozy and inviting with some major style points. The plaster scallop detail on the fireplace, the statement sconces by Studio Henry Wilson, the oversized coffee table, and the coordinated sofas.
Above: In the kitchen, the designer took inspiration from Spanish and European architecture – mixing both old world with a modern appeal. This space is both unique and inviting – perfect for gathering with friends but approachable enough for family pizza night. Special touches in this space includes the unlacqured brass faucet from Waterworks, the amazing plaster and pressed tile hood by @appliedplastering, the Lacanche range, and the stunning Calacatta Vagli marble counter top and backsplash.
Above: For the designer’s bedroom, she wanted a restful retreat with simple yet luxurious details. A place that encouraged her to relax, read and unwind. The bed is the perfect taupe-y brown. Natural and warm but modern in its approach. The gorgeous nightstands have a reeded front with a brass inlay — both sourced from the designer’s shop.
Above: Having a spot in the front of the house invited neighbors to come and spend time here while being able to watch the kids play outdoors. Located right off the lounge, the fireplace is the perfect spot to enjoy the neighborhood. The natural elements in the Victoria Lounge Chairs from Lindye Galloway’s shop make them perfect for relaxing and enjoying warm weather.
PHOTOGRAPHER Sam Frost