This House in California recently experienced a devastating flood. I had to replace the floors in all rooms, rebuild the kitchen, repaint the walls and buy new furniture and decor. The owners of the house, an elderly couple, wanted to return the house to its former splendor and dreamed of a simple but expressive interior. The floor in almost all rooms was laid with basic terracotta tiles, and the kitchen was made with a twist – an arch was placed in the niche above the slab, and Spanish tiles with hand-painted painting were chosen for the apron. The house has a long history, and many of the architectural features here are decades old, such as beamed ceilings, a fireplace, wooden gates and an entrance door. The furniture looks like vintage, but most of the items are made with modern materials, but in an old fashion. The neutral color scheme emphasizes the texture and color of the wood well, while the green details refresh the space. It seems that the idea was a success – the interior turned out to be simple and at the same time sincere!