Evergreen Cottage

A Vintage cottage filled with sunshine was the perfect choice for this young couple to raise their two children, but it needed to feel more modern. A few lighting fixtures and soft hues of gray fabrics and finishes infused the living areas with a cool modern feel.

Taking cues from the garden, a sunroom style dining area conjures up the image of Al fresco dining every day!

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Living room and lounge
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An unexpected mix of modern lighting with 1930’s architecture
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Comfy white linen slipcovers and a reclaimed parquet floor coffee table take center stage
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Sunny Breakfast Room
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Freshly cut hydrangea bouquet from the adjacent garden, simply beautiful!
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Green Trellis pattern on the roman shades frame the garden window

Baker Park

Mature trees made natural light in this new kitchen workspace a challenge. A glass “greenhouse” roof solved the problem with style. Combining exposed brick walls, reclaimed wood floors and stainless steel cabinets gave this 20th century colonial a 21st century attitude.

 

Pure Home Collection - Baker Park
Statuary marble and a custom range hood.

 

Pure Home Collection - Baker Park
Lime washed floors and stainless steel cabinets allow an antique butcher block to take center stage.

 

Pure Home Collection - Baker Park
The absence of window and door moldings repeat a modern theme and add contrast to the traditional library cabinets in the adjacent family room.

 

Pure Home Collection - Baker Park
Handmade artisan faucet and spray.

 

Pure Home Collection - Baker Park
Stainless interior drawer organization.

East of Patrick

A busy couple wanted a casual getaway where they could retreat from their hectic lifestyle.  With limited time to travel or manage two households, they did the next best thing and built their new home with a “resort” attitude.

 

Pure Home Collection - East of Patrick
We paired a light airy color palette with mission style moldings in this expanded “Cape” style home. Windows stretch across the entire back of the house to create a sunny room that invites you to relax and take in the views.

 

Pure Home Collection - East of Patrick

Pure Home Collection - East of Patrick
The classic white cabinets and white marble take a twist toward casual with the addition of a 4″ thick butcher block in the island.

 

Pure Home Collection - East of Patrick
The dark blue cabinets and brass hardware give the cabinetry a “furniture” feel.

 

Pure Home Collection - East of Patrick

Pure Home Collection - East of Patrick
Herringbone patterned marble adds just the right amount of texture to the slab marble and concrete tiles in the master shower.