Jonathan Sela and Megan Schoenbachler knew exactly what kind of home they wanted to create for their family. Something modern yet warm, connected to the environment, open, and a little rough. The subdued colors, salvaged barn wood, cork flooring, earthy concrete, and vintage furniture, and flea market finds combine beautifully with the more modern forms of the home. I especially love the huge dining room table, made from an Oregon Spruce tree that had been downed in a storm (if there is one thing we always need in our family it’s more room around the table). Indoor and outdoor spaces flow freely from one to another, allowing the children to explore on their own without ever being too far away. Natural light seems to poor in from every angle, and you can’t look a single direction without seeing some greenery beyond. Outside, the front yard is child’s dream. Complete with a teepee swing set, integrated sand box (more like a sand area), a bridge, climbing ropes, and a soft pathway for riding on. “Most people want to get out of their house. I’m happy to stay home all day.” No doubt.
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Via LA at Home