On May 16, design devotees and architecture aficionados alike got to experience eight stunning Orange County homes during the 2019 Newport Beach Harbor Home and Garden Tour. Designed to showcase the alluring coastal lifestyle available in Newport Beach, the homes ranged from East Coast-style abodes to ocean view beauties. Keep reading to find out more about the 2019 event and how you can get tickets for next year.
Those on the tour were treated to beautiful interiors designed by creative experts. The work of Erica Bryen
, a native Californian known for combining casual sophistication with formal furnishings to help her clients create one-of-a-kind living spaces that match their unique aesthetic, could be seen. Ashley Clark of sKout
’s modern beachy looks were also on display.
Though all of the homes were spectacular, we’re especially partial to 2006 Leeward Lane
, a two-story home that brings the coastal charm of Cape Cod-style homes to Dover Shores. The open-concept, light-drenched oasis is characterized by unique wallpaper and tile throughout, truly setting it apart. From small heart details
in the shower to waves and tiny birds
on the walls and ceilings, it’s like living in a piece of modern art.
Adjacent to the living room, the bright kitchen
has state-of-the-art appliances. Designed to host large dinner parties, the dining room comes with a custom light fixture
that serves as the focal point. Outside, the backyard
includes plenty of stylish seating for hosting picnics, wine tastings, or after-work soirees.
The haute home was sold by Annie Clougherty for $2.9 million several years ago. As a knowledgeable real estate agent with over 15 years of experience under her belt, Annie is a tried-and-true guide for anyone looking to buy a home in the Newport Beach area. Though 2006 Leeward is off the market, Annie represents a wealth of other Orange County homes
currently for sale. Whether you’re looking for a single-family home, an investment property, or a beachfront condo, Annie can help guide you through the process and find a place that meets your needs.
If this recap has left you wishing you could have seen all the homes in person, we have some good news for you: information about the 2020 Newport Beach Harbor Home and Garden Tour
is already available online. The annual event will include morning and afternoon receptions as well as a gourmet lunch. It’s a must-attend event for design lovers and anyone thinking about moving to Newport Beach. Best of all, the home tour profits go to a good cause. Proceeds from the ticket ($85 per person) are donated to Newport Harbor Educational Foundation
to fund academic programs, faculty development, and school safety.