Midway New Build Entry & Living Room

Welcome to our Midway New Build! This home was a true labor of love.  As we talked about in the planning process our client wanted a french farmhouse feel with lots of neutrals and pops of soft color.

We worked with the painter to choose a custom stain for the base and case throughout the house that coordinated with the hardwood floors. We love the entryway rug that we picked up at Market last year!

The Living Room is accented by wood beams and wood trim. Instead of doing built ins on either side of the fireplace we decided to do a built in bench on one side.

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Midway New Build Planning Process

We finished up one of our favorite projects and we can’t wait to share it with you!  The Midway new build is snuggled up in a private street in Midway, Utah. The location is picturesque to say the least!  Before we reveal the home next week we wanted to share with you some behind the scenes on the process and design.  The home was built by Timberidge. When we started the project they already had a floorplan in place so we helped with finishes and furniture.  Our client had a french farmhouse aesthetic.  She wanted neutrals and pops of soft blues and greens. These were some of her inspiration images.

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Last Week’s Links

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Happy Monday! Today we’re rounding up all of our most loved links from the past week for you!

1 // Looking for affordable statement Halloween art? Look no further than here.

2 // There are so many great pieces from Target’s new furniture line.  We are loving the whole patio collection!

3 // The perfect gray sweater for Fall.

image via TC Interiors

4 // We’ve been oogling over this new-to-us designer. Her portfolio is stunning.

5 // Words of wisdom

6 // Looking for a great little black bench? Look no further!

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Alpine Remodel Exterior

The story of our Alpine Remodel would not be complete without sharing the stunning exterior transformation. We just had it photographed by the talented Jylare Smith and we are excited to share this finale with you!

After Morley Homes did such a great job on the inside we were more than happy to work with them on the exterior! This home started out looking like any typical eighties home.  We needed to take the arched windows, dated brick and overgrown landscaping and turn it into something new and fresh.  We knew the brick had to be painted but the question was what color?  We went back and forth between gray and white.  White was an easy choice but we were worried the home could feel stark.  In the end we felt white would be the most classic look and fit the scale of the home better than gray.

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Alpine Modern Remodel: Master Bedroom, Bathroom, and Hall Bath

Today we are sharing the upstairs of the Alpine Modern Remodel where we tackled the master bedroom, bath and hallway guest bath.  This master bathroom had really good bones and was such a good size but it needed a major overhaul on finishes. We chose to keep plumbing in place to save on cost.

Here’s a fun look back at where we started. We ripped out the “stage” tub and did a nice freestanding one instead.  We enclosed the shower so we could add in a toilet room. Thanks to Morley Homes for making our vision come to life!

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Alpine Modern Remodel: Kitchen, Dining, and Mudroom

Last week we revealed the entry and living room spaces of the Alpine Remodel.  Today we are excited to share the new kitchen and dining room with you!

Before we go into too much detail we have to share the before pictures with you!

Morley Homes ripped up the whole kitchen so we could start with a fresh slate.  The layout of this space was super tricky to work with.  We took out all the upper cabinetry on the range wall and made room for two large windows that overlooked the backyard.  The best part is the large wood island that caters to all the grandkids!

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Alpine Modern Remodel – Entry, Living & Den

We are so excited to share our Alpine Modern Remodel reveal with you today! This project has been a long time in the making and it turned out better than we imagined it could.  We worked closely with the talented team at Morley Homes.   They were wonderful to work with and made sure everything ran smoothly for our clients.

This home had good bones but needed a lot of work. We ripped out all the old flooring and installed white oak that we had custom stained.  We replaced all the doors, baseboards, trim and most windows.  We also totally redid the staircase that you see right as you walk in the home.

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Design Tip: Free Standing Tubs

A freestanding tub is a classic timeless piece that can make any bathroom look luxurious. We love to use them to make a statement in a master bath. We have gathered up some of our favorite variations of freestanding tubs and given some tips on how to make them look unique.

If you really want to make a statement try a black free standing tub instead of a white one.

But if your bath as a statement patterned tile on the floor, we suggest a class white tub instead.

We love to style them with functional tables or stools next to them to sit towels or soaps on.

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Design Tip: Entryway Lighting

Entryways are the first impression to your home, so it is very important to make them reflect the rest of your home. But even the prettiest of entryways aren’t impressive without the perfect lighting. We have two very simple and effective tips to help you choose the perfect entryway light.

1// Shorter Ceilings

Just because you have a standard 8-foot ceiling doesn’t mean you have to use a flush mount light. You just need to make sure there is enough clearance for someone to walk under. Measure from the ground up. We suggest keeping your light at a 6′ 9 clearance from the ground.

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