Project Reveal: The Rushmore House
Introducing one of our favorite projects — the Rushmore House.
Luis and Daniela recently bought a new home with an open floor plan and needed help figuring out the best layout for the space and how to tie it together. Their main concern was making sure their living room didn’t feel cluttered since the space was smaller than their last apartment, while still keeping it cozy. and building a new home and wanted to create a space that was cozy and inviting. However, they had a small living room and wanted to
They shared pictures and videos of their space and we immediately fell in love with the natural light flowing through the space and definitely wanted to emphasize that by keeping the home feeling light and airy. We also picked up on the gray light wood floors and white walls and knew we needed to add in some warmer tones to make the space feel cozier.
We wanted to help her create a “WARM COZY MINIMALIST” space by bringing in natural textures, neutral tones, and modern silhouettes in cozy textures.
after - living room
after - gallery wall
For the dining room and kitchen area, we wanted the space to feel grounded and comfortable. We introduced medium wood tones in mid-century modern silhouettes to help add contrast and interest.
This client also had a beautiful arch doorway detail that we wanted to help frame with a minimalist gallery wall. We left some space there in case she wanted to add a console table with baskets underneath in the future.
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