Jeff and Michelle Sanders loved the home they raised their two children in but were tired of being so far from friends and work. They called upon the hosts of HGTV's Fixer Upper, Chip and Joanna Gaines, to help them get their perfect home in the perfect location.
We are loving this contemporary office design by Jeff Pelletier! Large windows fill the space with natural light, while metal pendant lights, sconces and bright yellow lamps provide additional light when needed. To keep things organized, there's a row of filing cabinets as well as tall cabinets to store anything you might need for the office.
Contemporary and chic, this office space designed by Jeff Pelletier features locker storage, a stylish wet bar with gray cabinets and a retro fridge and a long table that's perfect for holding meetings.
There's plenty of cabinet space to store office essentials in this public office design by Jeff Pelletier. A large table is perfect for holding meetings, while desks line up parallel to each other with adjustable lamps to provide ample working space.
The homeowners wanted a dramatic and luxurious look, but also functionality. The custom vanity features a neoclassical style, while concealing the power for blow dryers and curling irons. Beveled diamond-shaped mirrors are used to create a sophisticated backsplash.
A neoclassical-style vanity is topped with white Calacatta marble in this sleek, sophisticated master bathroom. Diamond-laid beveled mirror tiles create a stunning backsplash, while tall mirrors bounce light around the room.
The strong architectural forms of this lakeside modern are the backdrop for several new outdoor spaces, such as a Zen garden, swimming pool, and entry courtyard that all compliment the house by using like materials and extending the forms into the landscape.
To keep the pool separate fro the walkway to the Zen Garden, designers added a simple, modern fence that runs halfway around the pool. The fence helps keep the space safe for kids, but doesn't obstruct the beautiful view from the pool.
In the Zen Garden, designers used materials that would complement the structure of the modern home, while creating a relaxing space for the homeowners. Modern concrete steps lead out into the space, while gravel paths create a neutral, soothing scene and cedar benches add space for relaxation.
The smooth lines on the dark wood flooring pair beautifully with the marble wall tiling in this traditional bathroom. Two small mounted lamp fixtures frame the mirror above the pedestal sink. A glass door for the shower continues the bright, open feel of this room.
This beautiful, modern home uses exterior materials that complement nature and each other. White stucco maintains the home's modern style, while cedar and natural stone accents help to soften the space's design and make it more complimentary to the nature that surrounds it.