1.02.2016

Planning Ahead for the Spring !

Hi There !

Really excited to install this amazing mid-century, remodeled mountain home this coming Spring ! Returning client with such a fun, new project.   Working on this entire look didn't feel like work for a second, our tastes are so in line it was just fun pulling all the details.  Most excited it will be a full install, meaning big truck, one trip, big reveal (and gives me an excuse to head to the mountains and stop by camp!)




I wrote yesterday about how important art (and lighting) is to a space and this is one of the projects where I feel it will make such an impact.  This entry foyer will has a stacked stone wall that will remain.  I pulled some interesting pieces for my client to consider in the design.  I want a pop of color as a focal.  Love these two pieces by Geraldine Neuwirth.  I see a throwback to the 60's in these pieces along with the carved wood hand chair and lines of the ottoman.  



Moving through the house I start with all the big pieces and filter in rugs, textiles, art and lighting.




The open concept living space overlooks the lake, looks into the kitchen and back to the entry foyer and smaller TV room.  All designed to have a collected feel, with mis-matched chairs, throws, warm hides and sheepskins and lighting that doesn't feel heavy.

Josh Utsey is on board with us again for a new dining table with ash, live edge top and new style metal base.


Particularly love this coffee table, stoop and two metal and leather side chairs.


As a whole the looks is very tone on tone, but with each piece having interest and all being collectively cohesive with little pops of color.  I would love to see a piece by Amanda Talley over the stone in the TV area along with a large leather sofa with chaise and most interesting side chair with carved wood back.


Again this piece has a 60's look to me and the warm wood tones and grounding black placed in front of the cool, grey stacked stone will give great visual texture.


Down the hall we have a master and guest room.  Casual with a great mix of unique pieces.  



I could certainly escape to the sitting area of the master to cozy up by the fire in this Eames chair.  I have loved mine everyday since it's arrival in my family room !



The guest room across the hall was designed to mix a little mountain style with a modern edge.  The bed is metal with an upholstered burlap headboard and foot board.  A great mix of art on the white walls, a warm jute rug with a splash of rich color, and a fun little side chair.



In the next guest room, my client really wanted a loft bed.  Built ins can be pricey and when I came across this one I really loved the tie back to the metal piping used in the other guest room.  Rather than a desk under this bed (as it was probably design) we plan to add a queen size upholstered bed.  Mixing in a little more color with the occasional side table, wall tapestry and rug.



The lower floor will be all about the kids.  A large rec room with sliding doors to the great outdoors.  Love this kid-friendly leather sectional and long TV console.  A wall mount light and freestanding floor lamp will finish it off.



I love everything about the overall look look of this home and excited to install as soon as all the renovations are complete, just in time for early Summer trips !



























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