This home remodel reveals the current direction for many area homes: redesigning embellished Tuscan, Tommy Bahama, and “stuck in the 90s” homes into more open spaces with lighter, softer colors. Combining a relaxed cottage/farmhouse motif with elements of European flair compliments the locale and reflects the homeowners’ lifestyle. Lime washed oak floors and light grey walls set the stage, while grass cloth and soft sea glass accent colors of blue and green add an innuendo of coastal.
In the great room, the built-in bookcase was transformed from dark mahogany to a distressed painted finish to match the new interior color palette. Architectural beams were added to the sky lit double height ceiling to frame the space and draw your eye to the clerestory windows. The spacious kitchen island inset with soft blue tinged granite was extended into the original living space providing additional seating and functionality. Both master and guest bathrooms were remade with natural stone mosaic inlays, modern hardware, and timeless accents to provide a luxurious hotel spa ambiance. The master bedroom displays a gentler practicality without compromising on design. Tongue and groove ceiling, and bone inlaid nightstands with signature drop pendants intensify the visual appeal, while the continuation of a soft color palette throughout completes and unifies the home.