We are so excited to share our latest project reveal with you, our Classic Comfort project, a new construction and furnishings and decor project. We designed this home for a grown family as a place to refuge and enjoy life together. The construction details of the home are transitional with classic elements. The inviting nature of this home is warm, comfortable, and elegant.
The Living Room
One of the first spaces you see when you walk through the front door is the living room. It's the center of the home and full of calming and statement details. We designed the layout based on family gatherings and also comfort as husband and wife. Two sofas facing each other are perfect for having conversation, but also for laying down to watch a movie. Flanking two chairs and two ottomans around the leather coffee table brings extra seating and layers to the space.
One detail of this living room we love is the beams. They add a stately layer to the ceiling and bring the eye to the beautiful light fixture and fireplace. Draperies flank the windows with iron rods and crystal finials to provide an extra layer of elegance.
The lighting in this kitchen is one of our favorites. We love the shade pendant with iron accents. The linear design with the wrapped shade and the scale are perfect for this space! The counter stools in the black wood finish with large bronze nailheads are a pretty detail we want to mention. Upholstered counter stools can really warm a kitchen up and we love the look of these. We went with a grey vinyl on the seat and a check white & black fabric on the back. The vinyl seat is a great option because it allows you to wipe off stains and crumbs easily!
The Dining Room
For MBI, our clients are always asking for a formal dining space. They will never go out of style in our world! We brought a casual feel to this formal dining space since it is the primary eatery in the home. Located right off this kitchen, this is the perfect place to enjoy breakfast for one or dinner for eight!
A large-scale linear glass-enclosed fixture is such a statement looking into this space. Walls of windows bring in the natural light and allow you to see out to the outdoor area with a pool. Stipes and solids are the prettiest combo when it comes to casual living. We added geometric tape to the linen draperies to tie in the formal look that our clients wanted just a glimpse of.
We set the table with a gorgeous setting from houseofblum.com and we love the way it layered in! Casual stoneware plates, a simple centerpiece, and our iconic black & white striped table runner pair perfectly in this home.
The Foyer & The Office
The Mudroom, Laundry Room, & Powder Bath
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