This home, located in the heart of Hillsboro Village, has an overall Classic aesthetic with hints of Transitional flavor. This beautiful home is located inside a historical overlay, surrounded by homes built between 1910 and 1940. J&K's lead designer, Stephanie Handley, decided to focus on making finish selections and lighting selections that would reflect the historical aspects of the neighborhood, while using clean lines and texture to create personality and depth.
We love the open floorplan in this home. All of the main shared spaces (Living, Dining, and Kitchen) are all open to one another, creating easy movement and an open concept for a family to enjoy. Stephanie selected Reclaimed Chicago Brick to finish the fireplace surround, and a stained Cedar mantel. Both of these selections give this space color and texture. We believe that one can never have to many books, and these built-in bookshelves are the perfect place to show off your book collection. *Hint- if some of your books are not the prettiest, don't freak out... just turn them around!
To continue the classic aesthetic, this kitchen features an antiqued Marble back splash paired with updated bell jar style island pendants. These cobalt blue stools and rug were the perfect addition to give this space a small pop of color.
To maximize all of the natural light in this home, Stephanie focused on keeping the finishes light. All of the walls in the home are painted Sherwin Williams Eider White to keep each space feeling light and airy. To stay consistent with the overall classic aesthetic of the home, an oil rubbed bronze finish was selected for the lighting and cabinetry hardware.
Isn't this space the cutest?! If I were 4, I would curl up in this pink arm chair and pretend to read all day long! This Kids Nook showcases built-in bookshelves that highlight the architectural frame of the home.
This mudroom incorporates several lower level cubbies, for plenty of storage and has v-groove trim to add something special to a space that will be heavily used!
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