Living The Location: Santa Barbara Style

Living The Location | Santa Barbara | Dine X Design

Spring fever alert! Recent travels are motivating some style updates around the house…especially after a weekend frolicking in Santa Barbara.

California’s coastal towns have an effortless way of throwing around an eclectic mix of style… combining a relaxed surf vibe with layers of global vintage finds, colorful texture and loads of natural elements and plants.

Read: Funky Resort Living….AKA: Yes Please.

Living The Location | Santa Barbara | Dine X Design

Santa Barbara’s breezy coast, industrial arts district and relaxed wine country have such unique personalities. When combined, they create a chic mix of boho and urban-mod that has us ready to roll off on an endless summer….creating the perfect stay-cation worthy retreat at home.

Dine X Design | Santa Barbara Style Guide

 

Layer on those rugs, hang up that macrame and pull out every pot hiding in the garden shed. This look is perfectly imperfect which means there are no rules and you can create your own personal spin based on any piece you love most. I don’t know about you, but I’m feeling the need to go hunting the swap meet suddenly….and fill my online shopping cart with all the above.

Shop the Look: Vintage Hobie Surfboard  |  Vintage Moroccan Rugs  |  3-D buffalo skull sculpture Designed by Parvez Taj  |  Ceramic Pendant Lights Designed by Heather Levine  |  Hand Dyed Indigo Napkins Designed by Caroline Z Hurley  | Vintage Viva Chavez Movie Poster  |  Graffiti Macrame Wallhanging by Ranran Design  |  Aloe Leaf Ceramic Spoon Rest by Eric Roinestad  |  Japanese Kiri Wood Trivet  |  Variegated Rubber Tree Plant  | Octahedron Stool Designed By Eric Trine  |  Old Cairo Ceramic Tiles  |  Amalia Cement Tiles  |  Kat & Rodger Ceramics  |  Triangle Concrete Pot Trio


 

What more SO-CAL style inspo for your home?

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Kristin Guy

Kristin Guy is a Los Angeles based creative consultant specializing in a food-focused lifestyle. A lover of stripes and fluent in the love language called emoji...she is the Creative Director & Editor of Dine X Design.

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