Monday, January 20, 2014

Rose Creek Reveal: Living, Kitchen, and Den

Happy MLK Day my lovelies!  Do you have the day off today?  I hope so, and I hope you get to spend it doing something you love.  Today, I am excited to share the 3rd and final portion of my Rose Creek Project, including the entry and living, kitchen, and den.  The house has a very open floor plan, which presented some innate design challenges.  Working to fuse different textiles and colors in each separate space while still maintaining continuity was key.  In the entry, seen here in the foreground, we wanted to bring in some pink and peachy hues:


In the main living room, we incorporated varying shades of blues based off the soft oushak rug, which was the first piece we found for the space:


We hunted for a glass or lucite style coffee table for a long time, mainly because the couple loved the rug so much and wanted to be able to still see it through the table.  I finally came across this gorgeous vintage glass and brass table at Mecox Gardens (of course!), and had to snag it:


The kitchen was a fun project, too! We went with a princess white quartzite counter top and combined it with a New Ravenna oven backsplash.  The custom copper lanterns add a warm element to the cooler textures.  I worked with Boxwood Interiors in Houston to create the barstools!  I had them upholstered in a Robert Allen fabric with a nailhead trim:




And lastly, we have the den/TV room.  I had a little fun here by adding these industrial light up arrows and an enlarged Slim Aarons photograph as art:



For the back hall entry, we chose a travertine brick floor as a pretty alternative to the wood floors throughout most of the rest of the house.  The French antique mirror was a fab find from Memorial Antiques and Interiors:


The stained farm door leading to the laundry room picks up the brown hues in the granite slab on the mud bench.  This is one of my very favorite spaces of the home!  I hope you like it too.  

In case you missed it, click here to see the office and powder bath reveal, and click here to see the master bedroom and bath.


{all photography by Todd Scott Ballje}
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