There are too many rooms and pictures to reveal the Promontory Project in one day! Yesterday we gave you a glimpse of the project with a
For the exterior, we mixed materials for a cabin home that feels more modern instead of a kitschy and typical. We wanted it to feel cozy and familiar, but not look like a predictable mountain exterior.
As you come into the entry, you can see that we skipped the statement lighting. For the home, we wanted the space to feel open and not take away from the beautiful ceiling detail. We added a
The stone fireplace is a huge detail that feels very mountain home. We took the stones all the way to the ceiling for a dramatic effect. The interesting part of this fireplace is the stone color. We needed to hand select a lot of the stones used to really control the range of color used. It needed to feel warm, but not dark and heavy.
The built-in cabinets were a chance to really set the tone for the home. We used natural wood for a very mountain feel, but we chose a very modern stain and details to update the look. The
Just like the entry way, we chose not to do lighting above the dining table. Especially because you can see right into the kitchen and we didn’t want those lights to compete with the rest of the space.
We get so many requests for white kitchens that we were ecstatic to go a little darker for this home. The cabinets were lightened up with white countertops with waterfall edges and white pendants that helped brighten the space. The natural wood
We may have had less shelving space here, but we still took advantage of the open shelving and filled it with accessories. A
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