Once the address was theirs to renovate, they hired architect May Sung of SUBU Design Architecture and Avenue Interior Design to combine the property's original Spanish architecture with the area's midcentury style. "The overall approach was to modernize the Spanish look with fresh colors, interesting textures, and an eclectic mix of furniture and art," Kelly Viklund said.
The 18-villa property opened earlier this year as a reflection of the past, the present, and the personal. Rooms include beamed ceilings and quiet patios, which all share a minimalist palette accented with bright shades and textiles. "We call it modern Spanish-eclectic," Viklund continued. "[It's] clean with hints of color."