This historic home was built in the early 1900s, and rebuilding it the architects wanted to save its original feel, while bringing in a sophisticated, fresh new take on Santa Fe. This look was accomplished by using light colors like whites, creams and pale grays, and adding modern furnishings, textiles and accessories with a handcrafted look. The living space was remodeled, adding light-colored oak plank floors, re-plastering the ceilings, and incorporating white wood paneling and gray and white marble into the master bathroom. In the study, custom designed sculptural bookshelves follow the line of the kiva fireplace, with backlit shelves that give off an enchanting glow. The basement was transformed into a spectacular underground wine cellar, sandblasting the original stone walls, and adding modern furniture and custom benches. What a beautiful and sophisticated home!