Luxury Portfolio features La Pumada for its “captivating ceiling”

Recently, one of our favorite high-end real estate affiliations, Luxury Portfolio, chose to feature our La Pumada property alongside a group of properties with “captivating ceilings.”

Hand painted ceilings living room

Indeed, intricate, hand-painted ceilings grace the living and dining rooms of this estate. The amount of craftsmanship and artistry that has gone into this ceiling– along with the similarly exceptional details that cover every corner of the house– make this property the gem that it is. Such intricacies seem almost dreamlike and otherworldly, and thus walking through La Pumada feels downright heavenly.

Tollis hand painted ceiling

We don’t like to play favorites, but if we had to, La Pumada would be at the top of our list.

More photos of La Pumada, a Montecito estate.

 

Here are a few other captivating ceilings Luxury Portfolio featured:

1. A very jungle-like, natural ceiling on this Sierra Blanca Estate, Marbella Golden Mile, Spain:

wooden natural beam ceiling spain

 

2. Quite contemporary in composition, the ceiling of this Moroccan Villa works beautifully with the traditional shapes and patterns, Marrakech, Morroco:

marrakech moroccan roof ceiling

 

3. We love the sleek, yet natural look in this Architectural Estate, Beverly Hills, California:

beverly hills modern beam ceilings

 

4. For those with ultra-chic, avante garde taste, who never grew out of their love for tree houses, the Villa Due Mari fulfills dreams, Sardinia, Italy:

Villa Due Mari Tree ceiling

 

 

 

 

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