Interior Design Details!

This was such a fun project! In the house prior to getting our hands on it, there was an unsightly office right inside the front entry that our clients wanted transformed into a moody lounge bar.  So we kept the current built-in cabinet and repainted and repurposed it into a dry bar with mirrored backsplash and quartz countertop.  The walls went a deep pine green color, allowing their bright artwork by Paule Marrot to really pop.  

The living room gas fireplace had a basic flat tile surround installed directly on the wall, so we designed a custom wood surround with inset quartz slabs, giving the fireplace a more substantial presence in the room.

The primary bedroom had a built-in mini-fridge cabinet/shallow window seat/vanity makeup counter in the corner.  We removed the cabinetry and had a custom built-in window seat with storage cabinets on either side made to go in its place. 

We gutted the primary bathroom, including the shower, built-in tub, and vanity cabinet.  We chose a freestanding tub, allowing the walk-in shower to be slightly larger, and built a new custom vanity cabinet with large drawers for storage.  We were also able to capture some additional square footage in the bathroom by moving a wall in the primary bedroom, which helped create an entry area into the primary bedroom.

The built-in media cabinet in the living room has perforated sheet metal inserts in the doors so that all of the tv equipment can be located inside and behind doors while in use.

Sources/materials/brands used:

Powder Bath ginkgo sconces – Regina Andrew

Entry semi-flush mount light – Hinkley Lighting

Lounge picture light – House of Troy

Lounge sofa – Ballard Designs

Lounge rug –  Ballard Designs

Living Room drapery tape trim – Samuel & Sons

Kitchen pendants – Generation Lighting

Kitchen counter stools – Serena & Lily

Dining table – Article

Dining chairs – Interior Define

Dining pendant – CB2

Primary Bedroom wall sconce – CB2

Primary Bedroom bed – Serena & Lily

Primary Bedroom leather chairs – West Elm

Primary Bathroom wall sconces – Arteriors

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