When designing this modern style new construction house the builder wanted the home to feel warm and inviting while referencing a timeless Mid Century Modern design.
We wanted the two story foyer to be dramatic, so we painted it very dark and used a large brass modern light.
Kitchen we incorporated flat panel walnut/white acrylic cabinets. Pure white quartz, floating shelves, matte black faucet and cabinet hardware, and stainless steel appliances. We set the tile vertically for an interesting spin on a classic style of tile and used charcoal grout for some contrast.
Using a classic Nelson saucer pendant for the dining space assisted in creating a classic Mid Century Modern quality, and it especially tied in the slatted wood divider wall.
We are not afraid to mix wood tones!
Since the home did not have an indoor fireplace we splurged a little on an outdoor fire table so that the buyer would have a nice outdoor patio space off the main living area with fire as an element. Along with their covered outdoor living space off the second level.
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