ASID Pasadena Home Tour Features Three Estates

ASID Pasadena Home Tour 2018

For one day only, three beautiful homes featuring three very different architectural styles and interiors are on tour on Sunday, October 7 as part of the American Society of Interior Designers annual ASID Pasadena Home Tour.  Each home was designed in its entirety by a featured ASID Pasadena designer and will be open for a semi-guided tour of both the homes and gardens.   This year, homes designed by  Christine Santana, Jennifer Bevan, and Rozalynn Woods will be showcased.

“The ASID Pasadena Home Tour celebrates the region’s diverse architecture and design culture.”  said ASID President Debbie Talianko.  “As designers compete more and more with online outlets, this is an opportunity to highlight our professional organization and showcase designer work offline”.

1939 Southern Colonial

Those in attendance will be treated to 3 homes, including a 10,000 sq. ft. Southern Colonial estate with expansive verandas and areas specifically designed by Christine Santana with entertaining in mind.  An inviting assortment of textured neutrals and soft metallic finishes punctuated with the occasional pop of saturated color fill the home.

1968 Santa Barbara Ranch

A 1968 contemporary Santa Barbara ranch-style house nestled among heritage oak trees was given a recent update by designer Rozalynn Woods. The light-filled home blends with its surroundings and is mix of natural elements along with references to the original time period in which the home was built.   The entertaining paradise is a true reflection of casual yet sophisticated southern California indoor-outdoor living. 

ASID Pasadena Home Tour

1925 Montery Colonial

Designer Jennifer Bevan will be showcasing her personal home, which recently underwent an extensive renovation – a 3600 sq. ft 1925 Monterey Colonial.  Truly of a Pasadena architectural pedigree, the home was designed by the esteemed architect Paul R. Williams.  During the process of renovation, Bevan made sure to maintain the architectural integrity while also incorporating modern amenities and updated touches.  The result is a modern and sophisticated interpretation of traditional design – liveable luxury at its best.

This year will feature “First Stop”, where a pop-up market with local retailers, designers’ vendors, food trucks, and an interior design advice booth from ASID Pasadena designers, will be located.  This is the start of the tour and is open to the public.

Thes semi-guided ASID Pasadena Home Tour featuring 3 private residences and gardens will take place on Sunday, October 7, 10 am – 4pm.  “First Stop” will be located at the South Pasadena Unified School District Office Parking Lot, 1020 El Centro St., South Pasadena. 

Tickets are $40 and can be purchased online at capas.asid.org   or at Cozy•Stylish•Chic located at 89 W. Dayton Street in Old Pasadena.  There will also be tickets for sale on the day of,  at “First Stop”.   Proceeds to benefit Friends of Foster Children.

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