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Garden Oasis Bedroom Eclectic Bedroom, Santa Barbara

Bedroom lit by skylights features catwalks. © Holly Lepere
Bedroom - eclectic guest bedroom idea in Santa Barbara with beige walls — Houzz

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pudding wrote:
love love the house and the colors, what are the paint colors?
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DItto and especially the colors, warm and delightful...please let me know what colors you used on the walls and ceilings......
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Had to track down some more info on the colors we used - so glad you like them! My apologies for not responding sooner, this questions slipped through my inbox.

The paints are all out of a San Diego-based company, by Frazee (

The Peach is Frazee 7295 D Malaga;
The Blue is a special mix at Frazee called 'Pete's Blue'
The Green is also a special mix at Frazee called 'Candy Lime'

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Susie Durrance wrote:
Walls - Venetian plaster or paint texture? Thanks for sharing your care for the fe-lions!
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The walls are 5/8" drywall with smooth finish. The painter then painted the base colors and sponged them to look like they do. I have gradually added the sponge finish to most of the walls in the house (as I could afford to do so).
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Mitchell Parker added this to Incredible Home Catwalks Make for Purr-fectly Happy Felines
The tunnel opening in Cohen’s bedroom is concealed by a hippo piece; shelves and steps lead to a loft of cat beds. The home is also a smart home, with 25 security cameras (one can be seen here on the ceiling above the door) so that Cohen can check on his cats when he’s traveling for business. From his iPhone he can also control the window shades, temperature, door locks, fireplace, music, lighting and more. All told, Cohen says he spent about $30,000 to $40,000 since 1995 to build the catwalks. “Way more expensive than a sane person would build, but I didn’t care,” he says. “I love my cats, my house and art, so I designed it to be beautiful to me.”
Mitchell Parker added this to Houzz TV: Watch These Rescued Cats Make a House Their Playland
In the master bedroom, the cats can enter through a tunnel over the door and make their way up a couple of floating shelves to a loft area with cat beds. Watch the video
Gwendolyn Purdom added this to Did You Design Your House Around Your Pet?
This Southern California home, for instance, evolved into an elaborate indoor playground after the homeowner started rescuing cats. The house is decked out in perches, tunnels and platforms for its feline residents to explore. On the floor below, robot vacuums act as an automated fur cleanup crew.

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rosana paz added this to osare con il colore
....è costruito per un gatto...
Sherry Stover Pettigrew added this to Sherry's ideas
Could use in kitchen, but would need steps.

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