I am beyond elated to show you our newest client reveal on today’s post. This project was such a blast from start to finish! My client was so easy to work with making everything move fast and effortlessly –  a dream for any designer. I loved the contrasting modern touches mixed in with the warmer wood tones and colorful accents. Looking at these photos, and all of the heavenly natural light flowing through the spaces, you would never guess this is a basement!

It’s hard to pin point one thing that stands out in this project for me. From the modern blue cabinet, the chevron backsplash and STUNNING glass paneled doors. Simply superb! And of course we could not overlook all the brass accents that we incorporated through out the decor (we even swapped the door hinges to brass!) since you can’t ever have too much brass – right? The floating shelves create the perfect moment in the room, and it’s the first place your eye goes to when you enter in. I love that my client wanted to add a little color through her cabinetry and that she was not afraid to use bold black pops through out. Can we just take a moment and completely take in those detailed glass paneled doors? That has go to be one of the most stylish entries to a home gym that I have ever seen! Maybe if my home gym had such an impressive entry I would use it a bit more, ha!

Another space my client wanted us to focus on for the remodel was a private and secluded home office. The large windows let in a substantial amount of natural light and they offer incredible views of the valley and The Great Salt Lake bellow. We chose the same color for the office cabinetry as from the dry bar, allowing the spaces to feel connected and cohesive. The modern edge leather tufted sofa brought in the perfect touch of masculinity to the room and effortlessly incorporated the lounge vibe we were going for.

We added the same grid pattern to the custom-made barn door as those found on the home gym glass doors. The lines in each panel create a playful and unexpected moment in the room. Similarly, we wanted to carry the geometric vibe from the main room to the guest bathroom and added a fun octagon tile. We opted for a light grout so that the focus would be on the vanity lights, swivel mirrors and wall mount faucets, instead of the intricate pattern created by the tiles.

I have a lot of clients who are always asking me what the trick is for mixing two metal finishes in a bathroom or in any space for that matter. The trick is to create balance. A simple way we accomplished that balance in this bathroom was by using vanity lights that incorporated both metals, and then spread out the dual finishes through out the rest of the hardware. For example, we used a matte black finish on the faucets and bathroom accessories, while the mirror and drawer pulls are brass. When things are balanced out adequately you can create a harmonious and cohesive design in any room.

We are still finishing up her theater room but I wanted to share the mood board for what that will look like. My client was clear that she did not want to have a cookie cutter theater room setup so instead I created a cozy yet stylish design. The cloud sofa and swivel lounge chairs add a touch of comfort and sophistication that take the design to the next level. Marble top and leather side tables coupled with lots of soft textured pillows complete the look. 

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