The double-sided fireplace…
anchors the entire home. You see it immediately upon entering, and it leads into the great room and all the way down into the basement.
In the great room…
you are greeted by an open space where the living area, kitchen, and dining room connect. The incredible mountain views set the scene for the space and make a serene statement throughout.
“Our client loves a really soft palette, and so our goal was to add as much texture and interest as possible”
– Shea McGee
Granada Indoor / Outdoor Rug
Sandalwood + Fleur Candle
Travertine Stone Object
Brass Taper Holder
Our client requested…
a really soft palette, and so our goal was to add as much texture and interest as possible through curved lines, boucle textures, and different shades of wood. We incorporated two different shades of wood tones in this space through light oak on the floors and a slightly darker tone on the ceiling.
create one of the most unique moments in the entire home. The chandelier suspended from the top draws the eye to the ceiling and beam detail we developed with the architecture.
Terri Cube Accent Lamp
Faceted Bone Beads
Charcoal Soapstone Link
Paper Mache Crafted Bowl
Carried from the exterior of the home…
the stone on the fireplace centers the cast limestone mantle, bringing a cozy feeling to the minimal floorplan.
On the opposite side…
of the living space, we had an extra wall to fill that wasn’t completely part of the living space. To make it feel separate while still connected, we added an extra-long, comfortable daybed, a tree moment, and drapes to soften and complete the look.