Photo By: Willis Allen Real Estate, a member of Luxury Portfolio International
Photo By: Baird & Warner, a member of Luxury Portfolio International
Photo By: Robert Peterson, Rustic White Photography
Eclectic Study with Crocodile Wallpaper
A palette of vivid colors, fanciful patterns, and rustic details define this 6,000-square-foot mountain ski home in Park City, Utah. In this study, crocodile wallcovering hangs behind a turquoise sofa, while animal hides and nailhead trim bring in further eclectic detail.
To give this beach house a unique feel, designers traded a paler palette for crisp navy and bright green decor against a fresh white backdrop. Textures like the caned dining chairs are another nod to the beachy setting.
"I love mixing sentimental with new things" says Julianne whose home reflects not only her design sensibility and the pieces she carries through her company Taylor Burke Home (named for her sister) but also her family's travels through Asia, Australia and Europe during husband Chris's corporate stint abroad.
The founder of Taylor Burke Home, designer Julianne Taylor admits of her personal style, "you can tell I love color and I love pattern" she says of the bold blues, greens and oranges in her downstairs living room.
Blue and green accents are a colorful extension of the living area's natural palette. The colors are used in other rooms as well and pair so prettily with the shiplap paneling and white oak beams. High ceilings help the space feel huge.
There's something about a gold fireplace that feels utterly glamorous. To really complement the feature, the designers outfitted this cozy breakfast nook with a metallic mirror, fresh flowers and a round table that seats six, at least.
This cheery living room features a vibrant pink and green color palette. Oversized lime green wingback chairs set a whimsical tone while punches of pink throughout give the room a romantic feel. White lacquered frames, rather than traditional stained wood, give the chairs a contemporary look.
This great room includes French doors which allow for a wide view of the marshland. Plaid drapes adorn the glass doors and accentuate the design of the room. Furnishings in the great room channel the marshland with green throw pillows and a club chair.
Steps lead from the dining room down to the lounge-worthy living room with a colorful mix of modern and industrial furnishings. The removal of walls and relocating key spaces made the main living areas feel more connected.