A Pretty Guest House for a Modern Bohemian Home

A Space So Comfortable, Guests May Never Want to Leave

A Pretty Guest House for a Modern Bohemian Home | Interior Design by Jesse DeSanti of Jette Creative | Photography by Amy Bartlam | Modern Sanctuary | Outdoor Space Inspiration | Courtyard Inspiration | Outdoor Seating | Outdoor Lighting
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Amy Bartlam
09/07/2017

In July, we shared a a captivating update for a Spanish-style home executed by Jesse DeSanti and the team at Jette Creative. This guest house is the icing on the cake for that beautiful home. A space so comfortable, guests may never want to leave.

Private, and with all the amenities any guest could need, this space continues the understated Bohemian aesthetic of the main house, while maintaining its own light-hearted character.

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Amy Bartlam

 In the courtyard, a bistro set surrounded by colorful plants is the perfect spot for a morning coffee or evening cocktail.

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Amy Bartlam
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Amy Bartlam

A  light, pastel palette and small-scale furniture create a spacious feel.

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Amy Bartlam

The Jette Creative team used subtle mediterranean touches like dark window and door framing against light stucco to add interest to the straightforward floor plan.

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Amy Bartlam

A compact, but functional kitchen gives guests the option to have breakfast on their own schedule.

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Amy Bartlam

Jesse is “devoted to finding a creative balance to both honor the design of a structure, as well as developing a space that meets the needs and wishes of each client.”

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Amy Bartlam

Unadorned walls help a small space feel larger. In the sleeping nook, an inset dark headboard and brass storage hardware are quiet ways to add interest.

A Pretty Guest House for a Modern Bohemian Home | Interior Design by Jesse DeSanti of Jette Creative | Photography by Amy Bartlam | Modern Sanctuary | Bedroom Inspiration | Guestroom Inspiration | Bohemian Guestroom | Bathroom Inspiration | White Bathroom | Bath Fixtures | Brass Bath Fixtures
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Amy Bartlam
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The goal is to curate a warm, inviting, livable space that captures a timeless, sustainable aesthetic while honoring the identity of the building as well as the client.  Jesse DeSanti

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Meet the designer Jesse DeSanti of Jette Creative
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About Jette Creative

Jette Creative is a Southern California full service design group that specializes in interior design and custom furniture for retail, restaurant, commercial, and residential spaces.  From ground up design and large scale renovations to smaller projects to freshen up a space, Jette Creative prides itself on our designers’ ability to marry client needs and vision with architectural integrity.

With a strong industry network, Jette is able to source the newest materials, goods and furniture for each of our projects, in addition to relationships with the field’s most knowledgeable and dependable craftspeople. Having worked on both acclaimed historical homes and projects boasting compelling modern architecture, the Jette Creative design team has been featured in countless publication both online and in print, including Architectural DigestDwell, My Domaine, Orange Coast MagazineLuxe Magazine, Design Sponge, Gray Magazine and many others.

Jette is proud to give back to the community through architecture and design. A member of the 1% Organization, we’re able to provide pro-bono services to non-profit organizations in our community.

About Jesse

With nearly two decades in creative design, Jesse has long cultivated and nurtured her passion for architecture and interiors. The Southern California native began her career as an apprentice to Jessica Helgerson in Santa Barbara at just 17-years-old, before earning a BFA in Interior Architecture from Long Beach State University. Her comprehensive portfolio showcases her work with some of the world’s most renowned architects, artists and designers, including Cliff May, Richard Neutra, John Lautner, and William Werster.

Jesse has a soft spot for historic buildings—currently calling an historically registered Ole Hanson home—and is committed to respecting the integrity of each property in her care.   Her services extend, to hear her tell, “from ground up structural design to selecting throw pillows.” As a designer, she’s devoted to seeing the process through to completion alongside her clients.

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