A formal brick pathway leads visitors through a well-manicured front garden in this transitional home. The informal gravel pathway blends with the lush green landscape, inviting visitors to explore the grounds.
On the ground floor entry to Janet Gregg's home the designer has created a striking collage of her own artwork. The bold pinks and blues and idiosyncratic mix of pattern and color immediately establish the unique style that defines the whole home.
The interior of the home proves to be just as interesting as the exterior, with large archways and light fixtures that feel like they're right out of Morocco. Colorful tile lines the stairs and draws the eye to the second level.
A front yard patio is designed to feel like and island and is uniquely softened by a peach and teal pebbles inlay that is flowing and textural. This modified traditional Balinese garden provides an oasis filled with tropical color and foliage, aromatic gardens, and an eastern motif.
An inlaid border on the marble floors delineates the entry in this showstopping seaside home. The space offers a peek into all the main-floor rooms, which flow well together but maintain unique functions. Window treatment and upholstery fabrics are by Kravet and give the space additional style.
An inset in the wall of this contemporary stairwell creates a niche for the custom handrail, which mimics the line and finish of the light hardwood steps. Two-toned walls offer drama with neutrals. Variegated hardwood continues onto the steps from the entry to unify the spaces.
The glow of the chandelier through the transparent pivoting door leads guests into the spacious Foyer. The sawcut concrete pattern in the entry sets the tone for the bespoke features showcased throughout this North Scottsdale, Arizona, home.