Two-Story Transitional

The design goal was to honor traditional elements while mixing unique and unexpected features. The exterior is white-washed brick with dark windows to provide a modern twist. The entry is framed with cedar with painted shutters to outline the windows.

Wood floors flow throughout the main level to create unity among the different spaces in an open concept design. Cabinet details took special attention in the kitchen by incorporating different wood tones on the island and wet bar and adding a glaze finish. Notice how the other wood tones help to warm the space while creating a cohesive yet timeless feel.

The client wanted their basement bar to feel warm and lodge-like. We drew inspiration from the gorgeous quartzite countertops. The charcoal-colored natural stone had sweeping colors of caramel and cream, so we wanted the surrounding tile and cabinetry to speak to this palette.

The design goal of the home was to mix the traditional with the unexpected; the primary bathroom does just that. Classic white marble and warm wood tones were the foundation of this design. When you turn the corner into the shower, you can see the real star of the show, a marble/wood mix accent tile that ties the palette together! To create visual interest, we used varying installation patterns and sizes of the same tile.

  • CategoryResidential
  • Neighborhood Linden Estates
  • Interior Designer jh Interior Design Studio
  • Architect / Builder McNeil Company
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