When interior designer Heather Chadduck was contacted to renovate this lakeside stone house she certainly had to have a very creative vision for the space. The new owners fell in love with the location of the house and wanted it to be the best place to bring their children, extended family and friend to enjoy the weekends on the lake.
This Eden Isle house was built in the 1960s by Dallas-based architect David George and had good bones, but the current owners chose this place especially for its location, but with Heather’s help, they can now appreciate beauty not only outside, but also, inside.
The decor feels approachable and it is based on simplicity and comfort.
The rope and iron Luigi chandelier from Solaria Lighting is the “show-stopper” of the room. Sofas: Verellen, Swivel chairs: Lee Industries, Pillows: Lulu DK outdoor fabrics. Walls and ceiling: Agreeable Gray by Sherwin-Williams.
Shades of blue, green and gray are used in accessories in the living space and form the basis for the home’s color palette, reflecting the hues of the surrounding hillside.
Beauty is added with the details.
Here, the homeowners decided to save some money and refinish the cabinets and add honed Carrara marble tile backsplash, SubZero appliances and new concrete countertops.
I really love this dining area. Notice the beautiful lanterns and the view of the steps made of stones. Just beautiful!
I really like this master bedroom. Bed is a custom and the rug is by Madeline Weinrib. Walls and ceilings are Sherwin-Williams’ Toque White.
This is something I wish I had at home. Can you imagine having a huge bathroom with a freestanding bath in the middle, just for yourself? Tub: Waterworks, Chandelier: Lowcountry Originals iron.
Vanity areas feature Lowcountry Originals sconces and Newport Brass faucets through PC Hardware.
The guesthouse is nestled into the hillside above the main residence.
A closet space was turned into a trio of bunk beds. A Solaria Lighting chandelier and Lee Industries swivel chairs create a cozy sitting area.
Any guests would love to stay here. Curtains and pillows: Perennials outdoor fabrics, Custom bed is upholstered in Sunbrella sailcloth, Rug: is a custom made from Sunbrella fabrics.
White subway tile and Carrara marble countertop are always a classic choice. The woodwork is painted Sherwin-Williams’ Toque White.
The fireplace is flanked with symmetric storage areas for firewood. Outdoor furniture: Kingsley Bate (teak), Rug: Dash & Albert, Ceiling is painted Sherwin-Williams’ Topsail.
This place feels so private, so calming, almost like a sanctuary, actually, a stylish sanctuary!
An interesting idea for outdoor table setting.
The design in this place works because it embraces its natural beauty. I love the fact every room was kept to a minimal and very light. Do you like this place?
Hello, everyone! I want to apologize for missing a post yesterday, but I wasn’t feeling very well the night before and I couldn’t work, so I finished this post today and I’ll be posting a new “Pinterest Fuel” next week.
Thank God, I feel better today. It seems that I ate something that made me feel sick and very dizzy, so I had to rest for a while. I feel 100% today and I can’t wait to continue preparing beautiful posts for you to enjoy.
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Source: At Home in Arkansas