The City of Coronado was incorporated in 1890, and is celebrating its 125th anniversary this year. This Sunday, Mother's Day, is the Coronado Historic Home Tour. The homes on the tour represent six of the styles of architecture that built Coronado. Those on the tour include Mid-Century Modern, Palmer, Spanish Eclectic, Tudor, Craftsman and Spanish Revival.
In addition to these six, there are five other (addresses provided in your ticket booklet for 'drive-by' touring) typical styles constructed here over the last 12 decades, and those are: Victorian, Mission Revival, Colonial Revival, Arts and Crafts and Pueblo Revival.
I have the great fortune of having done work in 3 of the 6 houses this year! And in the picture above, the Tudor, I did the sofa slipcover to the left and the chair and ottoman in the center of the picture.
Also, as seen above in the picture to the bottom left, in the living room, I made the pillows, and the bottom right shows the outside patio in the back of the house, where I did the cushions. There are also various other window treatments, bedding, etc. that I have done over the last 10 or more years.
The other two homes I have work in are the Craftsman and the Spanish Eclectic.
If you live locally in San Diego, I highly recommend you come to Coronado on Sunday and enjoy the exquisite homes on the tour. The hours are 11 am to 4 pm, and tickets are available at the Visitor Center at 1100 Orange Avenue. Check out the web site for more information: www.coronadohistory.org.