Upon walking through the arched front door, the foyer makes a grand first impression. The trim detail on the walls and herringbone hardwood flooring are architectural elements that incorporate visual interest into the space.
The open floor plan allows for a flow between the kitchen, dining, and family rooms. Creating a cohesive look between the three while giving each room it’s individual personality is an opportunity for our creativity to soar. We love the mixture of fabrics and patterns in the combination of the area rug, custom window panels, blue velvet chairs, and textured weave sofas.
Natural wood in the flooring, sofa console table (notice the live-edge detail), and mantle wall bring warmth to this family room. These tones, along with brass and gold lighting and accessories, contrast the cool blues and grays of the color scheme. And check out those windows – bright sunlight is the best accessory!
A powder room with personality! The patterned wallpaper with a bamboo-framed mirror give this powder room a natural, organic vibe. The mirrored bamboo sconces round out the look, and the vanity drawers provide a lot of necessary storage.
This round dining table is the perfect place to gather and have great conversation over a family meal. The dining chairs have a remarkable level of detail thanks to the brass nailhead trim, patterned fabric, and cutout back.
In the kitchen, both the island and the ventilation hood are covered with an unrefined wood paneling (amazing craftsmanship from the New Old team). Visual interest is achieved through the contrast between the rustic element of wood and the polished look of cabinetry, lighting, and hardware.
An apron-front sink under an oversized window is the ideal place to do the dishes. There is even a built-in espresso machine for coffee in the morning. Stay tuned for Part II of the Charlotte Charm Project Reveal!
Builder : New Old
Photography : Dustin Peck Photography