Because I truly believe barn doors and gray kitchens and patterned tile are things of beauty; especially when they’re all sitting pretty in the same home and because I already have a dozen or so pins stockpiled from this tour; I present to you House Of Jade Interiors most recent project that just might stop your heart. Scratch that; it’s guaranteed to stop the old ticker or at least make you believe in the power of a great vintage rug. Click here for the full tour!
Our client for this project has a great eye for design and really had a vision for her home. She wanted it to feel simple and not over-decorated. We tried to be really thoughtful about each piece we brought into the home.
We kept the entry simple but made a statement with the bold mirror and colorful rug.
The “office” is right off the entry. It is mostly a homework and craft are for all the kids. You’ll notice a couple of stools that can be pulled up to the desk/table for the times when multiple kids are in here at once. We made sure there is plenty of baskets and storage for craft supplies.
Our goal in the living room was to keep things functional for a family with kids while still keeping it modern and pretty. We went back and forth with adding color in the space but in the end decided to stick with blacks, blues and grays. The fireplace is the real show-stopper in the space. We custom designed the fireplace wall. Our client wanted some stone and some shiplap so we came up with this look that worked well with her high ceilings.
We love that our client was on board with the graphic art. It adds so much to the room! One of the challenges we had in here is that our client didn’t want a rug. We usually use rugs to ground a room and add a lot of color, pattern or texture. We decided to bring in color with the solid blue ottoman and texture with the woven x benches.
The Kitchen was one of our favorite spaces to design. We love the grays playing off the white walls. Our client had a dark gray island in mind so we made that happen as well as dark pendants to bring it all together.
She also loves leather accents so we brought in leather dining chairs that pair nicely with the wood table. The woven head chairs add another great layer of texture!
We kept the mudroom and laundry white and light gray with a graphic pop in the tile.
For the master bedroom our client wanted to keep the look simple and fresh. She has a huge closet so storage wasn’t a huge issue allowing us to make room for a cozy reading corner. We love the fun pops of color with the neutral walls and bedding.
Overall the home has industrial elements but lots of woods and texture to still make it feel homey!