In the entry, a Pearson photograph hangs above a still life of whites and naturals. A a pair of Chinese stone garden stools under the rustic wood table.
In the living room Ojai artist Katie Van Horne's painting of an eagle hangs beside the fireplace. The floor lamp is made of a manzanita branch. Green accents throughout the house. The terrazzo fireplace surround, original to the 1946 house, has a cave-painting motif.
A closeup of the cave-painting motif on the living room fireplace.
Small fireplace in the kitchen. Slipcovered chairs with plump seats around a big oak table.
To create even more warmth in the room, Pearson and her husband, chiropractor Brett Laymance, picked out reclaimed French terra-cotta tiles one by one for the floor, which brilliantly reflects the Ojai light.
The kitchen's open shelves display Pearson's mostly white tableware.
Dark antiques—wood table and the metal daybed—add depth and contrast to the living room's neutrals.
Sycamores, oaks, and cacti abound on the one-acre property. Pearson used pea gravel to cover the ground, Provence-style
Osa, a neighbor's dog, takes a break outside the old stone walls that border the house.
I have featured this bathroom before. Gauzy curtains filter light through French doors. Pearson bought the chair and ottoman (what luxury for a bathroom!) at a 20th Century Fox prop sale.
Pearson's passion for all things woven is nowhere more evident than in the headboard, rug, baskets, raffia shades—even the slippers!—in the master bath and the master bedroom.
Rawganique hemp linens and a wedding-gift pillow dress the bed.
In the outdoor dining room, the table is set with a vintage cloth, plates Pearson bought in Spain, bamboo-handled flatware she collects from flea markets to upscale department stores, and antique faux-bois vases holding succulents from the garden.
Furniture designer Jamey Garza made the candle chandelier custom for Pearson.
All images from House Beautiful.