Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Brighton Homes Paramount Bandon Model

Exterior. This facade covers 3 stories and 3400 sq. ft. of family friendly living.I decided to play black and white off the neutral backdrop and white trim. For the kids rooms, I had them painted pale pastel pink, blue, and green and again used black and white.
The entry.
The middle transition entry.
The home office.
Built-in coat hook/cubbies off the garage entry.
The middle entry is the perfect spot for a family photo gallery.
Doesn't every mom need a room off the kitchen/great room for her own creating space? I know I would love it.

The great room, kitchen, nook.

The 3rd floor boasts a large bonus room--perfect for family movie night!

The master bath & bedroom.

The middle floor hallway. There are 5 bedrooms, 3 baths and a laundry room on this floor. Talk about an efficient use of space. Not one room feels too small.

Paramount Homes Messina Meadows Model

Master Bedroom. I can't believe I forgot to take pictures of the master bath. It is awesome. I will go back and take some. Entryway niches.
Powder Bath.

Laundry Room. Love the randomly placed VCT tiles in 3 tonal colors.
Homework Room/Office. Love the striped carpet.

Dining Room.

Kitchen. Love the mini glass mosaic stripes in the tile backsplash and behind the venthood.
Great Room.

Kids Bath.

Brighton Homes River Heights Model

The home office/den. The kitchen and nook.

The Great Room.
The Master Bedroom.
The Master Bathroom.
This is one of my new favorite tiles. Doesn't it look just like slate? It's actually a porcelain slate replica. I love the 16x24 size on the floor and the 2x4 on the tub. Good stuff.
I love this entry way coffer ceiling. I also love the rustic wood sunburst mirrors.
The guest bath.
The guest bedroom.

An awesome couple!

My friend Dan (the mastermind behind the Chatham Towne and Sonata projects) wanted to surprise his wife for Christmas by having their home restaged while they were away visiting family. His wife is uber talented. She can sew anything, sing like an angel and has creativity oozing out her ears. So, no pressure. Hah! Here are a few pics of what I pulled together. He had some furniture and accessories he used for staging some of his model homes that he was finished with and gave me permission to work into their home. Fun!

The wife, Emily, made these curtains and bedding.

Here's a fun twist to the story. Several months earlier, when Dan was out of town on business, Emily enlisted my help to pull together a new office for Dan. This is what we came up with in just a couple of days. I know she burned the midnight oil painting the walls and sewing curtains.

I can take no credit for this room, but had to snap a pic of the creative wall treatment she did with ribbon and upholstery tacks. She also created the lamp shades, cord cover, and corona bed treatment.