Originally built in 1901, this historic building was purchased by country singer, Miranda Lambert, and renovated into a boutique bed and breakfast. Efforts were made to salvage much of the original millwork and plaster, the entire building was rewired, and central heat and air was installed. Where the original building could not be salvaged, sheet rock was hung where original plaster walls had been, and walls and ceilings were filled out with wood. To preserve as much of the original building as possible, most of the work had to be done in the attic as well as crawl spaces between each floor.
Plate Accent Wall Framed With Black Subway Tile In Public Dining Room With Wood Tables and Built In Shelving
Black subway tile frames a plate wall display to create an artistic accent wall. A reflective finish on the side wall grabs the light and creates a contemporary feel in the room. Simple wood tables with matching chairs and understated place settings fill the dining floor. A built in bookshelf gives a homey quality to the public space.
Chalkboard Door in Bar Area of Macallans Public House
The inspiration for this space was the marriage of a Steampunk Diva to a whiskey drinking Irishman. With a little bit of funk and a little bit of rough and rowdy textures the space mixes class with crass.
Glamorous Moroccan Themed Office With Black and White Wallpaper
Bold, black and white wallpaper covers the walls of this stylish office. A gold pendant light hangs above an acrylic black desk, giving the space a Moroccan feel. A white and black carpet sits atop hardwood floors, while black beadboard trims the walls.
Mexican Restaurant Indoor Patio with Painted Garden Walls and Hanging Ferns
Here's the outdoor area of a funky Mexican restaurant called Broken Spanish Taqueria. A 500-square-foot interior patio with crowd-friendly tables sits under a kitschy, faux fern-laden pergola and custom painted, lush garden walls. The designer wanted the place to seem like guests were entering someone’s garden or Grandma’s backyard, where families gather and a festive sense of the outdoors is felt indoors.
Eclectic Office With Blue Grasscloth Wallpaper and Johnny Cash Art
Natural light illuminates this eclectic office space, complete with blue grasscloth wallpaper, a brown wood desk and brown leather armchairs. A blue and white area rug provides a fun accent, while framed Johnny Cash artwork hangs above a brown and black console table.
Steampunk Accents and Elegance at Macallans Public House
The inspiration for this space was the marriage of a Steampunk Diva to a Whiskey drinking Irishman. With a little bit of funk and a little bit of rough and rowdy textures the space mixes class with crass.
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.
Juice Bar Features Urban-Meets-Traditional Decor in Black and White
White tufted booth seating offers a foil to both the color and style of the black-and-gray wall treatment painted by a graffiti artist at this San Diego juice bar. Red industrial chairs and a small yellow planter offer fun pops of color.
A wide gold chevron stripe visually leads residents through this eclectic hallway. It's a portrait gallery of sorts where the distinguished guests on display are some of Jackson Hole's (where the house is located) most notable occupants.
The bar area boasts rustic flair with a wood paneled accent wall, wood bar and taxidermy on the wall. Mixing patterns and textures and pairing the old with the new creates a cohesive palette that is cozy, yet adds an unexpected element of fun to keep people coming back for more.
Coco Loco wallpaper from Flavor Paper brings vibrant color and movement to this bar and sitting area. The wild paper is balanced out by subtle, clean-lined pieces like the Eames armchairs and the contemporary chandeliers.