The Colony Remodel Part One
We’re beginning our Colony Remodel series with some of our favorite spaces. This massive remodel, located in Park City, Utah, has been an exciting adventure for our team as we re-designed this beautiful home to reach its full potential. Keep reading to see some amazing before and after photos and stay tuned for Part II!
Built in the seventies, this Tudor inspired home featured an overall traditional design style with rustic elements.
Our clients wanted to embrace the mountain traditional aesthetic of this home. We did that by preserving its original bones and updating the furniture with more modern alternatives. To maintain its handsome and traditional style, we incorporated cozy materials, a rich color palette, and classic patterns.
Furnishings with a modern silhouette work beautifully in a traditional home balancing out the design to keep it from dating too quickly.
This sitting area off of the master bedroom, with its beautiful soaring ceilings and scaling windows, deserved something more.
Here, we went with a style that was elegant yet simple. We selected a neutral color palette that keeps this space warm, sophisticated, and timeless. The larger furnishings fill the space better, making the entrance to the master bedroom feel luxurious and grand.
We styled this area as a place to
unwind after a long day. Perfect for
reading a goof book or cozying up
with a cup of tea, this area is a beautiful,
and functional extension of
the master bedroom.
This master bedroom was quite underwhelming. The entire space felt dark, drab and unwelcoming.
Our design team completely reimagined this space. We added a custom, ceiling canopy around the bed to frame the space, draw the eyes upward, and make the ceiling feel taller. We also opted to keep this vintage trunk near the foot of the bed to preserve the original personality of the home.
Soft and cozy materials are a must in any bedroom, especially those in a mountain location. There is nothing better than cuddling up in some comfortable covers on a misty autumn evening.
In this bedroom, our design team layered a linen duvet, flannel, and a plush throw blanket to create a warm bed to enjoy on cold nights.
This guest bedroom felt uninspired and dated.
We are completely obsessed with this bedroom. Its moody yet handsome style is unlike any other design and its ambiance is completely unique. Such a sophisticated and stately yet fresh take on traditional interiors.
We love the look of these twinning beds. Their plaid frames and gold hardwares add a masculine and luxurious feel.
This wallpaper, Torridon in Silver/Grey from Lee Jofa, contributes to the moody ambiance of the space. Its soft gray color adds richness to the design without making it feel dark or heavy.
Our team saw the beautiful potential of this space.
The already stunning features of this space inspired our team to take advantage of the room’s good bones. We preserved the original framing of the bunk beds but updated them with new linens. The sitting area, on the other hand, underwent a complete transformation.
We’re obsessed with the way these beautiful bunk beds turned out. The classic colors paired with the warm wood and fur created a cozy space for small guests to enjoy while visiting!
Knowing that this space was going to be occupied primarily by children, our design team made sure to incorporate fun and playful elements to inspire creativity. The charming and quirky photos of farm animals, the wooly llama, and the fur beanbags make this space a super fun play area for kids.
Anxious to see more? Keep an eye out for next week’s blog post: The Colony Remodel Part Two