Anne-Marie likes to think that the smallest details have meaning, especially when you’re collaborating with a client, a builder, an architect, and even with the land itself. Take a walk through the main Mendocino house, where Anne-Marie shares the impact and success of the smallest design decisions. How did she meet her clients’ desire for a home that is beachy, but not overly rustic? Warm, but not too colorful? Soft, but not excessively layered? And homey, but not too far out of the box? It’s all in the details.
Interior designer Anne-Marie Barton transforms a 30-year old home overlooking the ocean in the charm-filled town of Mendocino, California. Inspired by local artisans, the town’s bohemian spirit and a feel for vacation living, Anne-Marie brings the essence of the outside indoors to create a modern, organic beach house. In Anne-Marie’s words, “You can not simply fill homes with props that serve as place holders, you have to create spaces that absorb what you see around you, what exists out of d... More