Design icon John Saladino creates timeless interiors and classic landscapes. His ability to mix old with results in homes which are classic and sobering.
A beautiful courtyard with eucalyptus and cypress trees, buxus, and cacti. This Montecito home is a true Saladino trademark.
Our weathered mid-century garden urns
Our Flame glazed Anduze vase poolside
He describes his work as “walk-in still lifes,” which is entirely what he achieves. Symmetry and sight lines are pronounced with beautifully curated pieces.
A collection of over-sized pots displayed indoors creates a link between the terrace and the living space.
Our pair of large French pots have a rich patina
A charming view through the arched window, to the gardens beyond. This is a kitchen to cook in with open storage, light and character.
Looking out over the terracotta roof tiles to the potted evergreens and layered hedges. The symmetry drawers your eye to the terracotta pot among the mass of conifers.
A long rustic table under the olive trees with wicker chairs is so inviting. The large glass jars with candles and hanging lantern add charm and character.
Our 19th century refectory table was once used by the bank of France in Clermont-Ferrand.
The hanging lustre is the hero of this light-filled dining space.
Our 1920's French lustre is bronze and copper
Huge studded doors invite you in to this rustic space. The olive jar makes a strong focal point with its wild branches.
Our bespoke Biot jars are available in a range of colors and sizes.
Our 19th century copper candlestick was once at the altar of a French church
Our 19th century French marble butchers table was once used to display the best cuts of meat in a Boucherie.
This charming space is classic Saladino - the sculpture, console table and antique armchair complement one against a contemporary back drop.
Our Louis XIII hessian chair dates to the 1880's
Our French urn on a pedestal is wonderfully weathered.