I am really excited to share this home with you. It is one of my favorites and was published in the Utah Style and Design Spring 2009 issue. It was decorated by the Harman Wilde Interior Design Team, Sue Harman and Jason Wilde. Be sure to check out their website to see more amazing spaces.
The photos have been taken from the designer’s website with their permission.
AFTER! Quaint, charming, and full of character. Wouldn’t we all love a front porch like this one. Talk about curb appeal!
You can see how much potential this home had from the beginning!
What I love…It has a playful mix of pattern, texture, and color that manages a sophisticated and relaxing feel at the same time. I also like the way they paired geometrics, like the Kelly Wearstler Imperial Trellis fabric on the roman shades, with florals and stripes on the chairs and sofa.
Ahhhhh, a beautiful white kitchen with limestone countertops and simple lines. Perfection. The top halves of the cabinet doors look like true-divided glass which gives a nice open feeling to the room. But since they left 3/4 of the cabinets out of sight – the homeowner has more storage space and less display space. I would like that.
While I don’t know the exact square footage, I think that this “cottage” it is much bigger then it looks. Are we starting to see a trend away from bigger open floor plans and toward smaller more intimate spaces?
This master bathroom is a nice departure from the all white spaces we are seeing so often these days. Don’t get me wrong, I love them too! But I could really go for this fun combination of granite and glass hexagonal tiles.
I left the best for last. This home really has everything. I love their updated fresh take on cottage style. What did you think?