The architects took a staged approach to the home's design. The front living room is a one story, gabled space, while the rear space is a two story space that houses the bedrooms. Connecting the two are a screened porch and other secondary spaces.
This kitchen is bathed in bright sunlight, accented by a stunning stacked stone wall and framed photos on floating shelves. Let the kitchen do the selling not your personal photos. Take down photos of people so that potential buyers can imagine their space as theirs.
One of the things that make homes look so warm and welcoming is great lighting. To achieve this look, increase the wattage in your lamps and fixtures for a total of 100 watts per 50 square feet. Don't depend on just one or two fixtures per room – make sure you have three types of lighting: ambient (general or overhead), task (pendant, under-cabinet or reading) and accent (table and wall).
A checked pattern over the buffet piece features alternating textures beneath ornamental metallic knobs. A pair of table lamps match the brass of the knobs, and the shape of the base blends the mediterranean influence of the display with the more contemporary surroundings. Framed art fills the wall space while a bubble contemporary light fixture finishes out the design with a modern flair.
The creative design in this Jackson Hole home playfully mixes contemporary simplicity and colorful whimsy with the setting's more rustic roots. In this sitting area, a cowhide ottoman is paired up with classic Eames chairs all set against a rainbow backdrop of wallpaper.
The simple foundation of this conference room becomes an ideal backdrop for an infusion of color and whimsy. A bold black and white striped rug pairs harmoniously with pale blue chairs. The metallic pendant lights recall Christmas ornaments set off by brilliant purple string.