Complete renovation of 1880 Baltimore City rowhouse including the addition of a 3rd bath, renovation of 2.5 baths, kitchen renovation and moving dining room to the front of the home and adding a banquette for seating.
Mirror, lamp, greenery and vintage books on the dresser from Restoration Hardware. Photo by Tanner Beck Photography Inspiration for a mid-sized country master bedroom in Salt Lake City with blue walls, carpet, no fireplace and beige floor.
Builder: Boone Construction
Photographer: M-Buck Studio
This lakefront farmhouse skillfully fits four bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms in this carefully planned open plan. The symmetrical front façade sets the tone by contrasting the earthy textures of shake and stone with a collection of crisp white trim that run throughout the home. Wrapping around the rear of this cottage is an expansive covered porch designed for entertaining and enjoying shaded Summer breezes. A pair of sliding doors allow the interior entertaining spaces to open up on the covered porch for a seamless indoor to outdoor transition.
The openness of this compact plan still manages to provide plenty of storage in the form of a separate butlers pantry off from the kitchen, and a lakeside mudroom. The living room is centrally located and connects the master quite to the home’s common spaces. The master suite is given spectacular vistas on three sides with direct access to the rear patio and features two separate closets and a private spa style bath to create a luxurious master suite. Upstairs, you will find three additional bedrooms, one of which a private bath. The other two bedrooms share a bath that thoughtfully provides privacy between the shower and vanity.
The Vineyard Farmhouse in the Peninsula at Rough Hollow. This 2017 Greater Austin Parade Home was designed and built by Jenkins Custom Homes. Cedar Siding and the Pine for the soffits and ceilings was provided by TimberTown.
The second guest bedroom is the "Garden Room." We used a fuchsia pink and minty green combination and a fresh take on the traditional floral print fabrics to bring this room to life. The client wanted to have a space that felt comfortable for her mother when she came to visit but did not compromise on that funky and fun whimsical feel.
Photo by Kevin Twitty
This guest bedroom was designed on a budget! We found the desk and dresser at an antique sale and repainted each and added new hardware. The Lucite chair we found at Homegoods for $99. The headboard is actually a large architectural decorative piece.