This breathtaking home sits nestled in the Rocky Mountains as a getaway and second home for a large family whose main residence is here in California. I am honored to get my hands on these gorgeous photos and tell the story behind each space. However, before we dive into the tour, let’s review the color palette.
The kitchen remodel included installing new ivory cabinetry with black hardware, a quartz black countertop, brick backsplash, and black pendant lights above the new island. The luxury vinyl tile (LVT) floor is water-resistant and designed for high-traffic days.
The exposed beams in the ceiling are original to the home.
In the spirit of Joanna Gaines, this glamorous farmhouse in Palm Desert, California, is outfitted with everything from reclaimed wood and bronze fixtures to glittering chandeliers. With various color palettes throughout the home, the overall aesthetic finds its commonality in the softness of each tone.
This mid-century loft in Palm Springs, California, was designed in warm coffee tones—beige, brown, and black. From its metal spiral staircase and glass paneled railings to its metallic light fixtures and tribal print rugs, this haven is a soothing and earthy contrast to the surrounding neighborhood.
Nordic interior design is known for its stark minimalism. This aesthetic is easy to coordinate yet challenging to style. Each element—furniture, décor, metal, wood, etc.—must be carefully curated. Because so few pieces are allotted in this design style, each piece and color takes on significant meaning.