Designed by Lindy Allen of Four Chairs Furniture and photographed by the lucky homeowner, Cristi of Hiya Papaya, this Hamptons style family home is a popular pin on pinterest and you might have seen some pictures before. I first became aware of this East-Coast inspired home when Erin, from House of Turquoise shared it on her blog a couple of years ago. Since then, I have to admit this has been one of my favorite houses on the net.
I thought about sharing this home with you guys before, but the moment couldn’t be more perfect than now — this stunning shingle style home is for sale!
This gorgeous custom built home is located in Lindon, UT, and is loaded with custom finishes & wonderful views Of Mt Timpanogos to the east & Utah Lake to the west. Located on a quiet cul-de-sac in one of the most peaceful neighborhoods in Lindon, this unique style home has everything we dream of in a home, from spacious open floor plan to a custom designed white kitchen, with recycled glass countertops.
You will also notice the stunning reclaimed wood floors & high end detailed ceilings in every room with nice wood trim & detailed wall treatments.
Take a look at this airy Hamptons style home. It’s easy to fall in love with this one!
Oh, while seeing it, try to guess the asking price! More on that at the end of the post!
Hamptons Style Family Home for Sale
According to Erin from “House of Turquoise, “their dream home took them a year and a half to complete from the design and concept stage to the certificate of occupancy”.
Exterior Paint Color: The cedar shakes were painted in “Benjamin Moore Edgecomb Gray HC-173”.
The house was built by “Hatfield Homes”.
Front Door Paint Color
“Benjamin Moore Wythe Blue HC-143”.
The entryway is cheerful and stylish with a mix of new and old.
Paint Color is “Restoration Hardware Silver Sage”.
Lamp is from Anthropology.
This stunning turquoise chandelier is the statement piece in this foyer. It surely adds color and character to the space.
Chandelier is the “Currey & Company Serena Chandelier”.
A practical vestibule is located just off the entryway.
Paint Color: Benjamin Moore Ashwood OC-47.
Lighting is the “Beehive pendant light by Robert Abbey”.
Wallpaper is “Thibaut Waterbury Trail” in Aqua.
Rugs in the entire house are from “4-chairs.com”.
The living room feels serene with its coastal color palette and reclaimed floors.
Trim Paint Color is “Benjamin Moore White Dove OC-17”.
Walls: “Benjamin Moore Edgecomb Gray HC-173”.
Living Room Furniture
Furniture and decor was provided by 4-chairs.com”.
The music room feels fresh, stylish yet classic with the Herringbone patterned hardwood floors, black grand piano, “Robert Abbey Bling Chandelier” and mirrored cabinet.
The ceilings and trim work in the house turned out to be one of favorite things in the house for the homeowner. It was crafted by Benjamin Blackwelder.
Wallpaper is “Thibaut Bentley in Seamist”.
I can’t resist to beautiful coastal decor. Isn’t this beautiful?
Stunning open kitchen design with beadboard ceiling, farmhouse sink, turquoise glass tiles backsplash, schoolhouse pendants and crisp white custom cabinets.
The custom designed white kitchen island has maple butcher block countertops and espresso stained counter stools with blue vinyl tufted cushion.
The cabinets were custom designed by Benjamin Blackwelder.
This contemporary bubble light fixture gives a transitional feel to the kitchen.
Notice the peaceful mountain and orchard views!
Recycled Glass Countertop
The recycled glass countertop is by “Vetrazzo” and color is “Glass House”.
The blue glass tiles are from “Contempo Tile”.
Beautiful kitchen details.
Amazing custom reclaimed white oak hardwood flooring. The floors was reclaimed from an old barn out east. Isn’t that incredible?
Who wouldn’t love to have their meals here? I am loving the mix of chairs and the ceiling details.
Wallpaper on ceiling is “Thibaut Parkland in Beige”.
Eating Nook Decor
Mirror is the “coco mirror” from “West Elm” and tufted chairs from “4-chairs.com”.
This comfortable and inviting family room is where everyone can go to relax at the end of the day.
Paint color in the family room is “Restoration Hardware’s Silver Sage”.
The upstairs window seat is one of the homeowner’s favorite places in the home. It would be mine also!
Uniquely designed window seat with storage.
Inspiring master bedroom design with grasscloth wallpaper, wall panels, sunburst mirror, sliding barn door, beadboard ceiling, white wood bed, tufted bench, mirrored nightstands and built-in window seat.
Master Bedroom Decor
The master bedroom is relaxing but far from being boring!
Master bedroom decor details.
This space feels like a day on the beach!
Bedding is by “Pine Cone Hill”.
Bright and airy master bedroom details.
The master bathroom is feminine and gorgeous! I love the color scheme.
Wallpaper is the “Coral Gables from Thibaut”.
The authentic backsplash was done by “Greg’s Tile Creations”.
Corner vanities allow a better flow in this bathroom.
Cute nursery design with turquoise crib, polka dots rug, bright green dresser, white & green striped glider, beadboard walls, vintage glass door knobs, and linen romans shades.
DIY canvas paintings on the right. The homeowner bought white canvases and paint at craft store and painted them turquoise with polka dots. Easy, fast and affordable!
Bright colors contrast against neutral walls.
This is one of the loveliest nursery bathroom I have seen!
The clawfoot tub was from a farm where the homeowner grew up on. It once was used to feed the cows and now it’s refinished and looking brand new!
The paint color in this bathroom is “Benjamin Moore Spirit in the Sky”.
Colors & Durability
Nursery bath details.
The playroom is all about color and fun! The wall paint color is once again “Benjamin Moore Spirit in the Sky”.
Laundry Room Paint Color
“Benjamin Moore Palladian Blue”.
Laundry Room Ideas
Great laundry room with sink and durable gray wood grain tiled floor.
Washing & Drying
This laundry room features cabinets painted in Benjamin Moore Palladian Blue, surrounding front-load washer and dryer on built-in risers.
The mudroom has a rustic approach with reclaimed barn wood on the walls.
The homeowner hauled this old barn wood down from the farm she grew up on in Idaho and then gave it a beach-y paint treatment. Doesn’t look gorgeous?
Mudroom with timeless reclaimed brick floors.
The powder room is neutral with a touch of color.
Craft Room / Sewing Room
With custom cabinets and plenty of storage space, this seems to be the perfect place to create!
The black and white wallpaper is “Thibaut’s Blossom”.
This is a great way to decorate storage baskets! Add basket liners with colorful fabrics in plain white baskets to add interest and color!
Dream home, inside and out!
How wonderful it is to be back here after a couple of days off! Did you guys enjoy your Christmas? Didn’t it go by way too fast? I still can’t believe it’s basically over! Well, I guess we can still stretch it a little longer as long we have a Christmas tree, right? I love Christmas too much to let it go of it this fast! 🙂
Talking about Christmas, ours was truly wonderful! I didn’t stress about anything… simply enjoyed it with my family and took every minute as it came. We cooked together and ate way too much, but I didn’t care about that neither. All I wanted was to have a good time and I did! Oh, I so wish I could bring more of that happy, carefree spirit towards the next year. I must do that.
Another thing that happened during this Christmas (yesterday, to be more precisely) was that my husband decided to add a puppy to our family of five! Yep! Well, I was not agreeing much with that and to be honest, I am still a bit apprehensive, but “Charlie” (our new puppy) is stealing my heart! He’s only eight weeks old and truly sweet!
I won’t lie… I am a little scared about the huge responsibility a dog brings. I am very busy with my designs, kids, house, you name it! But maybe Charlie is coming to our lives to remind me to relax more often.
Seeing the kids with him is the cutest thing ever! He loves them and they love him back. Thinking more about this, I guess he is already bringing happiness to this home and isn’t that the best kind of gift you can get for Christmas?
Have a Blessed Week, my friends.
We’ll talk some more tomorrow.
Luciane at HomeBunch.com