After appearing alongside Christy Turlington, Cindy Crawford, Naomi Campbell, and Linda Evangelista on what is arguably the most famous British Vogue cover, shot by Peter Lindbergh, Tatjana Patitz quickly rose to fame in the era of the supermodel. Patitz spent decades in the limelight, covered many major glossies, and walked countless runways, but now she’s swapped the glitz and glamour for the rural life in her rustic, bohemian-inspired Carpinteria ranch in California. “I was never the red carpet girl,” she told C Home. This laid-back abode is nestled in the majestic hills of Santa Barbara, providing the perfect terrain for riding her horses. The interior style reflects a life well-traveled, with cultural influences from all corners of the earth. Scroll down to see more of this home through photos by Lisa Romerein for C Home.
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