It's Friday! This week has been incredible. We are completely humbled by the number of just genuinely nice comments we have received about this project. We are going to wrap up the Mountain Home Tour for now...this may come as a shock, but not all subcontractors stick to a schedule! This means we have to go back to photograph the awesome bonus room. I promise it will be worth the wait.
We're going to start with the little sitting room that is on the other side of the double-sided great room fireplace. The color palette in this room is not in our usual wheelhouse, but that's why I love it! It just feels right for a mountain home. The fireplace was a labor of love on both the design and labor side. Our client had one request throughout the entire process - he wanted steel and an I-beam incorporated into the fireplace design. At first, we were completely stumped on how to make that happen and still give it the Studio McGee look. The fireplace surround is steel panels attached with rivets and the mantel is an actual I-beam. After it was installed, we did a black patina over the entire thing to give it a rustic, yet sleek look. The hearth is poured concrete.
In addition to the 2 guest rooms, there is a guest master suite. The star of the show in here is the iron bed:
The attached master bathroom was really long and narrow, so we divided the cabinetry to have a vanity in the middle. The waterfall edge is something you usually see in kitchens, but I love that we were able to incorporate it in the bathroom:
This laundry room is so great. 1 - It's very functional. 2 - It's pretty. My favorite combination! The wood island we designed was built by a local furniture maker. I love that it adds so much warmth to the room. And plus, it's perfect for folding laundry.
The other pictures make it difficult to see that there is actually a very subtle geometric wallpaper on the walls!
Photos by Travis J Photo
***Out of respect to our clients, we share some but not all sources!
***All walls and trim are Benjamin Moore "Simply white"