Rancho Dos Pueblos
Rancho Dos Pueblos was a 15,535-acre Mexican land grant in present day Santa Barbara County given in 1842 by Governor Juan Alvarado to Nicolas A. Den. The rancho stretched along the Pacific coast to the northwest of today’s city of Santa Barbara, from Fairview Avenue in Goleta (at that time in the middle of Goleta Slough) to the southeastern boundary of today’s El Capitan State Beach. That parcel is now owned by University of California, Santa Barbara which purchased it from the Devereux Foundation in 2007, following the closure of the campus it had established there in 1945.
Rug Review With Leesa Wilson Goldmuntz
On this episode of Design Santa Barbara we are proud to welcome Leesa Wilson-Goldmuntz. We hope you enjoy this new season starting with Interior designer Leesa and your host Michael Kourosh. See how they explore a selection of rugs with the help of Leesa’s story boards to help you see the contrasts. Along with the similarities needed in creating a well balanced space. Leesa has a disciplined eye to details and an exceptional eye for design.
Leesa’s Projects range from new construction and remodels, to completing or refreshing existing spaces. Including space planning, materials selection, custom lighting, case goods, furnishings and art. Using the basic elements of good design and a respect for budget allows Leesa to help clients achieve a result that reflects their personal style and suits their specific needs.