Rancho Reubidoux up close

Continuing the documentation of Rancho Reubidoux now that Reuben and Paul are moving on from their widely loved home and garden, as promised, here’s a companion piece to the previous post, a parting look at how Reuben styles the sitting areas closer to the house. Wishing them all the best in their new digs.

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7 Responses to Rancho Reubidoux up close

  1. Kris P says:

    Such a great sense of style! I’m amazed Ruben could bring himself to leave any of these carefully curated collections behind but perhaps he’s already on to new treasures and new themes.

  2. ks says:

    So bittersweet.

  3. I don’t know that I’ve ever taken so long to digest a blog post, every image was completely absorbed. I will be returning here when I need some RR style inspiration, thank you!

  4. Peter/Outlaw says:

    Speechless. Admiration is too weak a word. Like an artist creating an incredible painting and then selling it, Ruben will surely grace his new space with equal brilliance. Thank you for these posts.

  5. hb says:

    Can’t see photos. see list of file names. 🙁

  6. hoov says:

    Okay, visible now. I want to shop where Ruben shops!

  7. Denise says:

    now I can’t see the photos. It’s been one tech issue after another lately. Bah!

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