A soft, neutral color palette was used throughout the four-level home, infused with fresh bursts of color to highlight the couple’s laid-back vibe and youthful personalities. The home includes a sofa by Carl Hansen that balances the full-height Carrara marble fireplace as well as a clean, architectural Walter Knoll dining table.
Thick quartz countertops are lovely atop this powder room vanity. For graphic panache, dark blue wallpaper does the job handsomely. Designers expanded the once-tiny space by incorporating the square footage of a little-used closet.
Designers carved out space in a hallway to function as this stylish bar with a beverage refrigerator and a coffee station. Cabinets: Acadia Craft; Sconces: Shades of Light; Backsplash tile: Cle Tile; Wall paint: Sherwin Williams Repose Gray
This display skips the evergreen shoots and poinsettias, but not the seasonal feel. Large off-white vases filled with snow-colored tulips flank the firebox, while candles of different height and intensity create light and interest on the mantel.
Because this laundry area sits between a master bedroom and an art studio, the design team at Crystal Kitchen Center wanted to make it accessible and functional for both purposes. The stained-glass window, backlit by a skylight, serves as an art piece and makes the room feel more expansive. The room is small, so a stackable washer and dryer help to conserve square footage. A staircase bump-out creates a spot for laundry baskets as well as a hanging rod, and a shelf over the sink acts as a handy supply station.
This kitchen alcove used to hold a washer and dryer. Designers moved both to a new laundry room and turned this space into a much-needed pantry. Painting the shelves gray is a tasteful way to dress them up.
The biggest problems to be solved in this kitchen makeover? Not enough storage or useable space. For a lighter, more open feel, designers framed the range with two windows repurposed from another part of the house. Ceiling-high cabinets were given glass doors, more shelving with an airy look!
To make this kitchen feel lighter, designers installed glass-front cabinets and open shelving and added two new windows. Cabinets: Acadia Craft; Appliances: Wolf ; Backsplash tile: DalTile Picket; Wall paint: Sherwin Williams Repose Gray
To make this powder room a welcoming space for guests and residents, designers replaced boring brown walls with blue patterned wallpaper from Serena and Lily. Cabinets were painted in a complementary shade of blue. A textured mirror adds depth.
To create a designated laundry and mudroom for this home, designers repurposed part of the garage. They raised the floor, framed in walls and added heated floors (heavenly!). Doors: Sherwin Williams Pure White; Blue cabinets: Sherwin Williams Smoky Azurite; Mirror: Anthropologie; Hooks and cabinet pulls: Anthropologie
In a large, open interior — and this is especially important when the space has soaring ceilings, as this one does — it’s essential to choose furnishings and details that fit the large scale of the room. Says stylist Sophie Gunnersen of Studio Stamp: “All the pieces in the room are rather big and bold, and everything has a purpose. The custom-made dining table sits at bar height and it is large and chunky. The black AGA cooker is really the key piece in the space — it adds ambience and attracts most people with its warmth. The vertical bookshelf along with the softer green tiles divide the room.”