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Designer Advice

These are all the things I consider when designing a new home!

Number 3 is what makes me inspired with a home! Lighting often gets overlooked. But it’s what can personalize your space and make it all come together.

Number 8 is what I feel sets us apart in the building industry . As a designer, I am able to imagine how a family will use their space and make sure it’s functional now the floor plan will work with furniture as well!

  1. Understand the purpose and function of the space: Before starting any design project, it’s important to have a clear understanding of how the space will be used. This will help inform your design decisions and ensure that the space is functional and meets the needs of the family.
  2. Create a cohesive color scheme: Choose a color palette that reflects the desired mood and atmosphere of the space. Consider the use of complementary colors, contrasting colors, or a monochromatic scheme to create visual interest and harmony.
  3. Pay attention to lighting: Lighting plays a crucial role in interior design. Consider both natural and artificial lighting sources to ensure that the space is well-lit and that the lighting enhances the overall ambiance. Incorporate a mix of task lighting, ambient lighting, and accent lighting to create layers of light.
  4. Consider the scale and proportion: Ensure that the furniture and decorative elements in the space are appropriately scaled to the size of the room. Avoid overcrowding or leaving large empty spaces. Aim for a balanced and harmonious arrangement that allows for comfortable movement and flow.
  5. Use texture and patterns: Incorporate different textures and patterns to add visual interest and depth to the space. Mix materials such as wood, metal, glass, and fabrics to create a layered and tactile environment.
  6. Create focal points: Designate a focal point in each room to draw attention and create a sense of visual interest. This could be a statement piece of furniture, an artwork, a fireplace, or a unique architectural feature.
  7. Pay attention to details: Small details can make a big difference in design. Consider the selection of decorative accessories, such as throw pillows, rugs, artwork, and plants, to add personality and style to the space.
  8. Consider the flow and layout: Ensure that the layout of the space promotes easy movement and functionality. Arrange furniture in a way that allows for clear pathways and facilitates conversation and interaction.
  9. Incorporate storage solutions: Effective storage is essential in maintaining a clean and organized space. Consider incorporating built-in storage options, such as shelves or cabinets, to keep clutter to a minimum.
  10. Personalize the space: Finally, don’t be afraid to inject your own personality and style into the design. Add personal touches, such as family photos, artwork, or heirlooms, to create a space that feels uniquely yours.

A Place to Unwind

The master bedroom is one of the most important rooms in a home. It is a space where you can relax, unwind and rejuvenate after a long day. Therefore, it is essential to design the master bedroom in a way that creates a calming and peaceful atmosphere. A well-designed master bedroom can not only improve the quality of your sleep but also add value to your home.

Here are a few of the key elements of master bedroom interior design that can help transform your bedroom into a luxurious and comfortable space.

  1. Color Scheme:
    The first step in designing a master bedroom is to select a color scheme that sets the tone for the room. A neutral color palette with soft tones such as beige, cream, and grey can create a serene and calming environment. However, if you prefer a more dramatic look, you can opt for bold colors such as navy blue or emerald green. The key is to choose a color scheme that reflects your personality and creates a relaxing ambiance.
  2. Lighting:
    Lighting is an essential element in master bedroom design. It is crucial to have a combination of natural and artificial lighting to create the perfect ambiance. Large windows that let in natural light can make the room feel more spacious and airy. In addition, you can install dimmer switches to control the intensity of the artificial lighting, allowing you to create the perfect mood.
  3. Furniture:
    The furniture in the master bedroom should be functional, comfortable and stylish. A statement piece such as an upholstered headboard can add a touch of luxury to the room. Additionally, a comfortable armchair, and a bedside table can provide practical and functional elements to the room’s design.
  4. Textiles:
    Soft and luxurious textiles such as silk, velvet, and cashmere can add a touch of elegance to the room. A plush rug, cozy throw pillows, and luxurious bedding can create a comfortable and relaxing environment. Additionally, window treatments such as curtains or blinds can add privacy and light control to the room.
  5. Accessories:
    Accessories such as artwork, mirrors, and decorative items can enhance the room’s design and add a personal touch. A statement piece of art can create a focal point in the room and add color and texture to the space. A decorative mirror can make the room feel more spacious and reflect natural light, while decorative items such as vases, candles, and plants can add a touch of personality to the room.

A master bedroom design requires careful consideration of the room’s function, style, and personal preferences. By incorporating the key elements of color, lighting, furniture, textiles, and accessories, you can create a luxurious and comfortable space that reflects your personality and helps you relax and unwind.

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The Geoffrey Home

The Geoffrey Home, [ pronounced Jo-free ] has been quite the journey. I had so much fun designing this home! Its named after my dear friend Geoffrey. I always had her style in the back of my mind. I wanted to think outside the box, and being intentional about offering something that is different than what is currently on the market, but keeping it my signature style. The design style is classic, yet fun. It has a modern coastal style with clean lines, that is seen throughout the whole home.

I used a color pallet of granite blue, grey, white, and wood tones to bring the coastal style together. The granite gray blue cabinets are used in the island, media cabinets, bathroom vanities and lower level bar area. Seeing the blue/gray color throughout the home brings it all together. You will also see the wood tones throughout the home in cabinets, shelving and light fixtures. White shows up in the quartz, backsplash, shiplap, beams, and the millwork. It is important to keep seeing similar design features in several areas of the home to pull it all together.

I also used a blend of metals. This can get tricky, but by choosing a dominate metal, you can mix in 2-3 metals as accents, depending on the size of the room. In this house, black was the dominate finish. and gold was used as an accent in several places. Knowing this was a home designed for the masses, I used gold cabinet hardware in places that could easily be swapped out with black.

The fireplace wall in the main living area is finished with white painted shiplap, we repeated this in the lower level fireplace wall, along with the custom built range hood in the kitchen! Many people see shiplap as farmhouse style, but it is also seen in numerous coastal interior designs. I love how it can be versatile.

We recently had this home staged by Design That Sells. I love how they captured our design style by just viewing photos of the home! I would buy everything they put in this home!

This home was being built smack dab in the middle of the pandemic. No one knew what was coming. We seen a lot of product delays and price increases. It really taught us to accept, adapt, and move to plan B when needed. And when plan B doesn’t work, there is always a plan C. We even realized that plan C, was just always meant to be.

We have always been one to adapt well, you have to when you are in this business. We find it as being one of our best assets. Also, part of being a designer is to make plan C the best that it can be! We are a team that looks at the glass half full. We know building isn’t a perfect process, but in the end, you get a pretty awesome result.

Walking in the door and knowing someone is going to call this their home, is why I keep showing up, learning, adapting, and making the best out outcome of what is meant to be.

The Mabel Two Story

Our newest build to sell home has broke ground! We are excited to bring this plan to life. This house plan was inspired by our personal home, and speaks family! It will be 3726 sq feet of gorgeous living space and will have 5 bedrooms and 3 1/2 baths. It makes for a great place to entertain by having the living areas on the main floor. You get extra privacy of having the bedrooms and master bedroom suite up on the 2nd floor. The lower level will be fully finished, and a great place to host family movie nights!

The style of this home will be a casual, but elegant, coastal design. It will feature a spacious kitchen with wood cabinets on the perimeter and a painted wood island with quartz counters, and a beautiful tiled backsplash. This kitchen overlooks the large family room which will have a custom wood fireplace wall, with a tiled fireplace surround. Large windows will surround this area with a perfect view out the back.

The upper level of this home will have a coastal design master suite. Featuring a beautiful walk in tiled shower and a soaking tub, It will be a great place to escape after a busy day! You will also find 2 more large bedrooms, a bathroom, and BONUS, the laundry room!

The lower level welcomes you with a large family room which will be perfect for family movie nights! It will also have 2 more bedrooms, 1 bathroom and a storage/utility room.

Lets not forget about the beautiful lot this house sits on. It is 1.5 acres and has a beautiful view out the back. The home is in Country Hills Subdivision, which is a wonderful community of friends and neighbors. It’s your perfect location to be in the country, but still mins away from town.

I named this floor plan in honor of my Grandma Mabel. She was the biggest cheerleader for all of her grandchildren, and I know she would be so proud. We can’t wait for a family to fall in love with this H O M E. This home will be for sale! If you are interested in more information about this home, please contact us! We’d love to tell you more. Sarah Grendahl 471-6652 / Roger Grendahl 471-7910

Rolling Hills Progress

Our Rolling Hills house has made a lot of exciting progress the last couple weeks! We have a framed and sheeted house with windows, doors, and all the rough in for plumbing, HVAC and electrical is happening. Soon the fun interior choices begin!

Interior finish board

I’m staying very close to my original design board of this house. I’m very attached to it! I can’t wait to see it come to life.

I’ve put a lot of thought into the exterior of this house. I love and appreciate a classic look of a home. So I’ve kept that in mind while choosing the exterior materials and colors.

If this house speaks to you, please contact us! We’d love to show you around. We’ve had so many compliments regarding the floor plan and layout of this house. It’s perfect for a small family or a growing family!

My goal of this whole Design is to bring a family home. ❤️

Rolling Hills

Our next custom spec is currently under construction! I am so excited about the design concept of this house. It will have a coastal farmhouse feel that mixes elements of old and new, using metal, wood, and bright white paint colors to bring this home a clean traditional look.

This home is located on a corner lot in the Country Hills Subdivision. It has established trees with plenty of shade and sunshine. I have to admit, I am a bit envious of this lot. We have been eyeing it for a couple years actually and when it returned back on the market we jumped on it.

This time we are putting the house on the market before it is finished. This will give potential home buyers a chance to add their own personal touches.

I am excited to share the design process of this house with you! Stay tuned to be part of the building process.