In this series, we will be touring our home renovations through gorgeous photos! We'll also be giving you details of the rooms and sharing design/build tips concerning each project. We hope you find value and get inspired by this new series on our blog! -Laurel
In the sitting room, we wanted to keep the space bright and clean. The real stars are the white beams on the ceiling that add character to the space.
This sleek black light fixture fits perfectly in the breakfast nook. We love the balance black iron brings to an all-white interior. The natural wood tones also help bring everything together to create an earthy yet sophisticated home.
This dining room has got to be one of our favorites! We replaced a heavy wood and wrought iron door with a custom-designed door with a porthole! Opting to carry the trim paint onto the door lets it be a subtle yet unique feature in the room. A huge shout-out to interior designer, Ashleigh Jeter, for decorating this room (as well as the entire home) perfectly.
Moving on to the master bathroom, our client wanted to feel like he was in a relaxing spa when he entered. We loved this idea and played it up by creating a unique tile pattern on the floor. We designed a path of pebble stone tile to flow like a river to the commanding master shower, giving it a spa-like feel.
Looking at the first powder room above to the left, we wanted to keep it simple and natural. For the second on the right, we went in a different direction and turned up the glam. Both bathrooms have a different style. Yet, both fit in the home well together. Creating a flow across rooms is essential when deciding how to design and decorate your home.