Welcome to our Sheffield Court project located in Chandler, Arizona where we had the honor to take their kitchen, stairway, living room, dining room, and guest bath from "50 shades of Brown" to an Antique Modern design that best represented who they are. Our main goal with this home was to create a space that incorporated both dark and light tones, new and antique pieces and a little twist of 1940's with touches of modern. Bringing in some nature inspired colors played off well with the new staircase and antique pieces they owned as well as the new ones we found.
We did all new baseboards, added casing to the windows, risers and EVP to the stair treads, designed new railing and baluster's, added a hood vent in the kitchen, added a backsplash, painted the kitchen cabinets and paired them with some hardware, added a bar in lieu of cabinetry, removed the slider door with French doors, turned the arched passageway to square, completely demoed the guest bathroom, added wainscoting with skim coating to the walls in the living room, vertical shiplap in the bathroom, and much more.
With a vintage French chandelier in place of a can light above their kitchen sink paired with a milk glass bowl to create a medallion, this home is where creativity flowed. Our biggest find was the beautiful radiator in the bathroom that we took from white to antique brass which complimented the dark green wall color. From murphy doors to glass decor being turned into pendant lights, this home is what every home should be, a representation of the one's living in it.
Paint Colors- Bathroom Wainscoting: Pewter Green, Sherwin Williams Bathroom Walls: Jasper, Sherwin Williams Living Room Accent Wall: Foxhall Green, Sherwin Willams White Cabinets: Extra White, Sherwin Williams White Walls throughout: Pure White, Sherwin Willams
Story board for Sheffield Court with Before & After Photos
Stay Awhile Project
Welcome to our Stay Awhile project where we took "builder grade" finishes and replaced them with modern design, which completely transformed the space. This home was designed with the thought of incorporating a modern mountain aesthetic to bring warmth and a cozy feeling to the spaces. We replaced all the lighting, added hardware, kitchen backsplash, mantle and woodwork to the fireplace as well as the furnishings and accessories of course!
We love many things about this project but the ones that really stand out to us are the beautiful modern rustic dining room chandelier, black kitchen backsplash, and the furnishings!
If you are building a new home our recommendation is to stick to the builder grade finishes on the things that are most easy to change out. For example: faucets, hardware, lighting, etc. By doing this it allows you to break the "cookie cutter" feel that builder grade products create. It allows you to find more unique pieces and create a more Authentic space for you and your family.
Stay Awhile Before & After Photos
House of Views Project
Welcome to the project we call "House of Views" located in Saratoga Springs, Utah. For this home our client had a candle that reminded us of the 1920's era, and Gatsby which we embraced to create their designs. We helped with exterior color selection, all of the interior selections, wallpaper, paint, lighting, furnishings, and all of the woodwork design. For the fireplace we wanted something dramatic, so we used 3D panels and installed them up the face of the fireplace and took it across the ceiling to really make a statement. In the office we envisioned a moody color palette which led us to painting the whole space and ceiling BLACK. We then brought in some rich tones with woods, and yummy velvets to soften the space and bring in other textures.
For the primary bedroom we wanted to frame the velvet headboard, so we sourced this beautiful marble looking wallpaper and then did a wooden slat wall to frame the leather and wooden nightstands. We added vertical shiplap across the entire ceiling and made an even bigger statement with the chandelier replacing the builder's semi-flush mount. Throughout the entire home we went grand with all of the lighting and added wooden beams to the opening between the kitchen and great room.
We like to think of this project as the one that many can learn from. Let it inspire you to be bold with your home. Do the things that are unique and lack the cookie cutter aesthetic, and experiment with what your Authentic Design might be. Design was meant to be creative, and we are proud of the creativity we poured into this project.