With views of Camelback Mountain in Paradise Valley, Arizona, this incredible Spanish Colonial home designed by Phoenix-based Laurel Pfannensteil Interior Design goes to show you don’t need a ton of turquoise to make an impact! In fact, just touches of it provide the perfect amount of contrast to the more traditional elements of this home, captured by Werner Segarra. And it’s those details that I absolutely love! The reclaimed wood beams, plaster moldings and French-oak floors bring so much warmth and character to the remodeled 1980s home. Such a great mix of old and new too. Take those gorgeous dining chairs for example…turquoise cut velvet completely updates the 19th-century French host chairs, while a fab Designers Guild fabric puts a modern spin on the antique Dutch side chairs. Love!! See more of the home and read the story all about it over at Luxe Interiors + Design!