Our home at 3717 is complete! We have labored over every detail in the house - every window, door, paint color, tile, light fixture, knob, and pull. The final product is classic architecture (by Paul Turney) with transitional finishes. Here's a tour of the first floor. A special shout out to our designer, Megan Bean, for making this beauty shine - Enjoy!
The entry features a classic herringbone pattern on the floors while the paneling detail adds warmth. We love how the simple baluster design keeps the focus on the trim details.
The formal living room features one of our current obsessions - soapstone! The dramatic veining around the fireplace brings artistry to the space.
The bar also features soapstone countertops, and the cabinetry is painted in a cool navy (Benjamin Moore's Deep Space) with satin brass hardware.
The dining room's wainscoting mirrors the entry's paneling, and the walls are covered in Schumacher's Queen of Spain.
The powder bathroom (which we are particularly proud of!) includes a custom brass vanity with a calacatta top. The dreamy wallpaper is by Quadrille and the sconce is by RH. We're in love!
The kitchen's focal point is the custom brass vent hood, and we can't stop staring! The ceilings are white oak with a clear finish, and the herringbone backsplash is by Ann Sacks. The homeowners were torn whether to paint the cabinets white or grey, and we're so glad they decided on the latter. The soft grey cabinets (Benjamin Moore's Stonington Grey) work perfectly with the backsplash.
The butlery has the same navy painted cabinetry as the bar with a Waterworks backsplash.
We lacquered the walls in the downstairs study and we are a little giddy about it. We love the vibrancy of Benjamin Moore's Mineral Alloy!
The study bath floors are covered in a soft green hex and the walls are covered in a tile by Porcelanosa.
Thank you to Costa Christ for capturing this project so beautifully - stay tuned for more pictures of the second floor!
Inspired and in love with our job,