Subway tile and shiplap on the walls combine with the leather chairs and wood accents to create a Bohemian feel that is as light and free as the stylists here at Hainsworth & Co Salon.
Gold rimmed, circular mirrors in the space add a glitzy contrast to the white, shiplap walls and a unique twist to the traditional square, salon mirror.
The openness of the kitchen and the living room keep the two spaces functional and connected, allowing the people in the kitchen to be able to interact with those in the living room. This aspect of the home makes these two rooms perfect for entertaining or everyday meal prep.
For the guest bathroom, designers wanted a clean, bright space with some drama, so they started with white, shiplap walls, a durable, white marble countertop and white subway tile in the bathroom. Then, they added black floor tile and black faucets and accessories to create contrast and really make the space pop.
Since there are no windows on the kitchen walls, designers wanted to bring in plenty of natural light through the space's side door to make the room nice and bright.
This large great room is the perfect place to entertain or just hang with the family. Fun details include wrapping the entryways with a reclaimed barn wood. The art niches are highlighted with brass sconces and a large barn wood beam runs the length of the room.
Classic tiles, from penny tile on the floor to subway tile in the shower, create texture in this all-white bathroom. A pair of matching clean-lined vanities are tucked into the nook with chrome sconces lighting the space.
To add fun contrast to the bright master space, designers installed a modern, black light fixture which helps to give the space a touch of the homeowners' personality.
The island in this space gives the kitchen tons of additional functionality. Since the island is so large, it gives the homeowners plenty of extra counter space for meal prep and serving, while the prep sink makes clean up a breeze. There are also deep cabinets on two sides of the island that add storage, while a breakfast bar with seating for four gives the family additional dining options.
The homeowners needed a "drop zone" for all of the family's bags, shoes and coats, so designers added a space with built-in benches, hooks and cubbies for plenty of storage. A chalkboard wall mixes in a fun element to the space and creates contrast against the white walls.
To give the homeowners an additional seating option in their master space, designers brought in a pair of Boho chairs and coffee table for the master bedroom. To make this area more comfy, they added a faux animal skin rug for a soft touch.