Even though most of the walls are white in this renovated ranch, the home is not neutral. Our clients are fun & bold and open to a green kitchen and to having their master bath vanities smack dab in front of two windows (the blinds go all the way down, btw!)
We still aren’t done. Today is our third install day. We you are designing an entire home there is a lot to do and so many details.
Yet, like usual, I can’t wait until it’s completely done to share what’s complete so far. Anisa and I think it’s such a fun space!
This great room is most likely where they will spend most of their time. We broke it into sections: banquette/ breakfast nook area, kitchen, game/homework table area, and living/family (tv) room. The window on the left side of the picture below overlooks the 2nd hole of the neighborhood’s golf course and the pool. Kinda dreamy, methinks.
capiz flower pendant & brass picture light….
The appliances (white Viking!!) aren’t installed yet, but these floating barnwood shelves are. We thought it best to keep them “raw”–they only have a wax sealant on them. (Daniel, our contractor, must stalk all barns north of Atlanta. He always finds the best wood!)
A view of the game table, kitchen & banquette: (if you squint you can make out the SMEG fridge, too:)
The rug under the table is Dash & Albert’s indoor/outdoor diamond rug. The couple have four children under four, so they needed something underfoot they can scrub and hose off!
The view from the banquette:
Here is the view from the sofa in the family room:
The slipcovered Dominique sofa is from Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams. It is SUCH a great sofa! We love that it’s slipcovered (thus, washable), yet boasts clean, modern lines. Might be our new go-to sofa.
our colors for the home? indigo, teal, chartreuse & pink.
It’s so difficult to get a great picture of a bathroom, but here is the powder room near the kitchen:
The sconce is the satellite in brass from schoolhouse electric co. I know it’s hard to make out.
The “art” is framed vintage horse fabric.
Beware when buying a pedestal sink. We ordered three or four of these! (hard to keep track). The legs always arrive broken. Seems like they would pack them better–what an expensive problem.
The laundry room makes us happy, too!
Here is the new master bathroom (formerly a master bedroom):
Not your neighbor’s bathroom, right?
And we couldn’t have the bathroom completely void of color–they needed a blue barn (closet) door:
It’s all in the details:
Julie & Anisa