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    • A Cozy Fireside Seat

      The warmth of wood meets stark white walls in this sitting room, a contrast Keaton adores. “Maybe what’s so appealing about the imperfect world of the California Spanish home is its startling juxtapositions,” she says. The mismatched armchairs are part of Keaton’s huge collection of Monterey furniture, a uniquely rustic style produced in California in the 1930s and ‘40s.

      Steal Diane’s Look:
      “Inside” and “outside” tend to be fluid concepts in Spanish-style homes, and Keaton embraced this by using outdoor sconces inside. This floating-lantern look is a fresh take on indoor lighting.

      Photo by Scott Frances

      A Cozy Fireside Seat
      • A Library to Linger In

        Keaton’s library is packed with shelf after shelf of photography, art, and design books, and it reflects her passion for and knowledge of the Spanish colonial style pervasive throughout her home. “I wanted to focus on details: a fountain, a staircase, a doorway,” she says. “I wanted to highlight the genre’s disjointed symmetry and informal abstract appeal.”

        Steal Diane’s Look:
        Use an interplay of books and decorative objects, such as Keaton’s early California pottery, to create a bookcase that feels layered and lends personality to the space.

        Photo by Scott Frances

        A Library to Linger In
        • A Consummate Collector’s Kitchen

          Keaton counts vintage Bauer and Catalina pottery, both historically significant styles that originated in California, among the pieces she obsessively collects. As she has said in the past, “I take pride in being a part of saving our history.”

          Steal Diane’s Look:
          Vintage dinnerware can transform an ordinary shelf into a work of art. Take a cue from Keaton and group your pieces by color to create an eye-catching display.

          Photo by Scott Frances

          A Consummate Collector’s Kitchen
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