You Won’t Believe the Transformation of This Boho-Chic California Ranch

This four-bedroom ranch in Pasadena, California, looked quite different when Los Angeles interior designer Kirsten Blazek first purchased it. It was built in 1945 and stayed in the same family until she bought it in 2019, barely changing over the decades. Kirsten designed the house for her own family and lived there until selling it recently. She didn’t change many structural elements of the house, but essentially gutted it, including sanding down the front of the home to reveal its redwood siding. “It was a very, very traditional California ranch house,” she says.

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