Leave your guests pea green with envy as they depart your dinner party, the main course a presentation of fish-shaped aspic, the heavy wrought iron gates clanging behind them, the white, gossamer drapes pulled tight, creating a shadowbox interior, allowing the show to continue to seduce passersby even after the curtain has fallen.
The interiors, truly Partridge Family inspired, employ vibrant Technicolors to delineate rooms and spaces within the vast enfiladed spaces. It’s just so wrong it’s right! When employing a theme or certain design aesthetic, always lean into it, for projects done by halves never have the same effect as immersive décor and designs.
Jayne Mansfield would feel right at home in this pink palace—heck, even I can imagine myself masqued and lathered up in the tub, smack dap in the middle of all that fabulously pink shag!
The intimate rear yard is the perfect size for poolside lounging and entertaining from atop your white swan pool floaty, mimosa in hand, no doubt. The mature citrus trees, an omnipresent feature in desert homes of a certain provenance, are an ever-welcome design element in my book.
2055 South Joshua Tree Place, a 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom, 3,350 square foot 1969-built home located within a 10,019 square foot lot, is listed courtesy of Kenny Jervis with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices for $1,737,000.
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