Thursday, May 31, 2012

Mountain Master Reveal

We wanted a sanctuary for the client in the mountains and were inspired by the light woods often seen in lake houses. We brought the indigo from downstairs and added touches of turquoise. Take a look...
 She wanted a canopy so we had this Noir Ferret bed made into a canopy by our fave carpenters at Sound Side.

I love the bedside lamps because the shape mimics the bed posts. They were vases that we turned into lamps!


We found this piece at a local auction and had it lacquered in high gloss white. I love how it turned out.

This is a great spot to enjoy the view...
The master bath is done in Alabama White Marble and a very cool gray "grass cloth" looking floor tile.


The World's Away pendant was originally bought for another space, but I just love it above the tub. 
It's like a piece of jewelry. That's all folks! That's the last of the mountain house. Thanks for taking a tour with us, we hope you enjoyed it! 
Bye bye birdie,
A&H

5 comments:

Tammy@InStitches said...

Oh, I love everything, especially the bed panels, the light fixture and the lacquered chest ! I know they love it.

Lindsey Suggs said...

This space is incredible!!!! I LOOOOOVE the tile floors in the bathroom and the fixture over the bathtub. So genius. The lacquered dresser is also FABULOUS!!!! Can I recruit you to do that for a tv stand???

My Interior Life said...

OMG! I just went back and read all your Mountain home reveals (sorry I've been out of blogging loop for a little while). Gorgeous!! Every single room! And I think the playroom may be my favorite. I almost ordered that rug for my basement in a different color and still might do it. Love the graphic quality. And the kitchen table is the same as mine. Once again, love. You girls killed it with this home. Please tell me it will be published somewhere!!

Melissa said...

This whole house is just absolutely amazing. Ya'll did an incredible job. What a huge, and SO well-executed-- job!

Briana Olsen Seese said...

This whole house is simply a masterpiece. If I had this house, I would take it as is...I love, love ,love everything. Surely we will see this appear in Architectural Digest, or another such publication? It should.

 
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