Home Bunch - Interior Design Ideas

 

Happy new week, my dear friends! What a gift it is to start a new day with you here. It’s also a gift to start the week sharing this extraordinary new-construction home by one of my favorite designers; Jennifer Ferrandi of NoMad Design. Here, she explains all the details about the making of this inspiring project. Enjoy!

 

“This home was a collaboration by what I lovingly refer to as my dream team. Over the years, I have been lucky enough to work on countless custom and spec homes with Luke Wilson of Vista General Construction, and Matt Thomas of Matthew Thomas Architecture L.L.C.. The three of us have really build up a level of trust and respect over the years and I think it shows in all our projects.

I cannot stress enough how important a good team is to the home building process. Great design and creativity absolutely flourishes when you have the right team in place from the onset.

While I love helping my clients design their dream homes I also relish working on a beautiful spec home where I have free rein to execute my own design vision for the space. As soon I saw Matt’s plans for this home and his gorgeous exterior elevations I had a clear vision for the interiors. The home was to appeal to a buyer that had a love for a touch of modern while still appreciating the warmth and character of weathered wood with timeless touched of interior Limestone walls.

The home is located in a gorgeous area of Phoenix called Arcadia, which is situated in the shadow of Camelback Mountain with large sprawling lawns and mature trees offering the most gorgeous backdrop for this special home.” – Jennifer Ferrandi from NoMad Design.

New-construction Home with White Oak Kitchen

“The lot for this home was chosen because of the quiet street and exceptional views of Camelback Mountain. This enclave of Arcadia had a variety of different architectural influences. On the same street you could appreciate Santa Barbara homes and Modern homes.” – Jennifer Ferrandi from NoMad Design.

Photo by @erickrukphoto.

Front Door

“Matt Thomas wanted to create a traditional house that sat comfortably within the context of the community, but with fresh touches. The home was designed in an Irish contemporary style with clean lines, shallow eaves and a bold use of mixed materials.” – Jennifer Ferrandi.

Front Door: Custom Steel and Glass Door by Vista General.

Pots & Landscape: Berghoff Design Group.

Wood Accents: Reclaimed wood by Vista General.

Photo by @erickrukphoto.

Exterior Color

“The home appears traditional at first glance, but on a closer look, the home surprises with charm and confidence.” – Jennifer Ferrandi from NoMad Design.

Lighting: Quoizel Lighting Westover.

Photo by @erickrukphoto.

Foyer

“The stone, steel and weathered wood that begin on the exterior continue effortlessly into the interior living spaces.”

Photo by @elizabethlawlorphotographt.

Foyer Decor Ideas:

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Paint Color

“We added the exterior Limestone to the entry to marry the exterior to interior.

Paint Color: Sherwin Williams Alabaster.

Lighting: Visual Comfort – similar here.

Photo by @elizabethlawlorphotographt.

Kitchen

“For every modern element I used in Kitchen I tried to counterbalance with a touch of something rustic.” – Jennifer Ferrandi.

Photo by @elizabethlawlorphotographt.

Hardwood Flooring

Flooring: Elegance European Oak in Frederick, part of Seneca Valley Collection – Other Best Sellers: here, here & here.

Photo by @elizabethlawlorphotographt.

Elements

The reclaimed beams used for the ceiling treatment assured the hood design and waterfall slab at the island.

Photo by @erickrukphoto.

Backsplash

Kitchen Backsplash: Macaubas Quartzite Slab.

Beautiful Vases: here, here, here, here, here & here.

Faux Stems: here – similar.

Pizza Board: here – similar.

Photo by @erickrukphoto.

Designer’s Vision

“I had originally planned on using marble for the countertops but as the kitchen came to life I knew this was not the right material. I remember standing in Stone Collection one afternoon blasting Luke’s phone with pictures of these gorgeous Quartzite slabs trying to win my case they were worth the extra cost. This kitchen has taken on a life of its own on Instagram and even won a SubZero kitchen contest! I get great joy every time I see a photo of it cross my feed and make sure to remind Luke I was right. LOL” – Jennifer Ferrandi

Photo by @erickrukphoto.

Cabinetry

Millwork: Rift-Sawn White Oak.

Photo by @elizabethlawlorphotographt.

Kitchen & Dining Decor Ideas:

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Hutch Cabinet

This gorgeous kitchen features a pair of built-in cabinets flanking a walk-in Pantry.

Tile in Back of Cabinets: Glazed Brick Tile (Discontinued) – similar here – Others: here, here & here.

Photo by @elizabethlawlorphotographt.

Countertop

Countertop: Macabus White Quartzite from Stone Collection.

Photo by @elizabethlawlorphotographt.

Wall Paint Color

Kitchen Paint Color: Alabaster by Sherwin Williams.

Photo by @elizabethlawlorphotographt.

Cabinet Hardware

For cabinet hardware I used the “Barrington Collection” from Top Knobs. I love this collection for its modern take on the traditional bin pull.

Hardware: Pulls & Knobs.

Photo by @elizabethlawlorphotographt.

Kitchen Runner

Runner: Antique, Nomad Design – Others: here, here, here, here, here, here & here.

Photo by @elizabethlawlorphotographt.

Built-in Cabinets

“To not take on too much of a contemporary feel, I added a glazed brick to the back of the glass front cabinets to add character and break all the slab that was used on range wall.” – Jennifer Ferrandi.

Photo by @elizabethlawlorphotographt.

Range

Range is a 48″ Wolf – Other: here.

Photo by @elizabethlawlorphotographt.

Waterfall

White Macaubas Quartzite is a great choice to be used as waterfall kitchen island edge countertop, as we see above, and as backsplash because it’s not too busy and it has a neutral feel.

Photo by @elizabethlawlorphotographt.

Kitchen Sink

Kitchen Sink: Kohler Strive (great quality!).

Photo by @elizabethlawlorphotographt.

Faucet

Kitchen Faucet: Rohl Italian Kitchen Campo Deck Mounted U-Spout – also available here.

Photo by @elizabethlawlorphotographt.

Layout

The kitchen is located between the Great Room (on right) and a large Breakfast Room (on left).

Photo by @elizabethlawlorphotographt.

Counterstools

Counterstools: Nomad Design (Available through the designer) – Others: here, here, here, here & here.

Photo by @elizabethlawlorphotographt.

Kitchen Lighting

Kitchen Lighting: Visual Comfort – Others: here, here, here, here, here, here & here.

Photo by @elizabethlawlorphotographt.

Ceiling Treatment

Ceiling Treatment: Reclaimed Beams by Vista General.

Photo by @elizabethlawlorphotographt.

Pantry Door

Pantry Door: Custom by Vista General.

Photo by @elizabethlawlorphotographt.

Pantry

Pantry Cabinet: Sherwin Williams Alabaster with White Oak.

Photo by @elizabethlawlorphotographt.

Breakfast Room

“I wanted to take advantage of the floor-to-ceiling windows and play the conservatory feel by using stone floor in lieu of the Oak.” – Jennifer Ferrandi

Flooring & Ceiling

Ceiling: Planked Ceiling with Darker stained Accent Planks.

Floors: Belgium Limestone.

Playroom/Family Room

Located just off the Breakfast Room, this space is perfect to be used as a Playroom or Family Room.

Fireplace

Fireplace and accent wall is clad in Limestone.

Close-up

Fireplace: Limestone with black firebrick cut down (similar here in “Caviar”) and installed in vertically stacked with double row of horizontal between.

Bar

“Because you can see the Bar and Kitchen from the Great Room I wanted them to be compatible yet different.” – Jennifer Ferrandi

Counterstools: here – similar – Others: here & here.

Photo by @elizabethlawlorphotographt.

Cabinets

“I kept the millwork all White Oak but went with plank style slab door style. Instead of doing an entire wall of open shelving for beverages I opted for a built-in niche with metal shelving.”

Hardware: Top Knobs – similar here.

Photo by @erickrukphoto.

Counters & Shelves

Countertop: White Macabus Quartzite.

Built-in Shelving: Custom Shelves by Vista General.

Photo by @erickrukphoto.  

Bar Faucet

Bar Faucet: Franke Ambient Bar Faucet.

Photo by @elizabethlawlorphotographt.

Bar/Butler’s Pantry

Since this home was being built to appeal a large audience, this space needed to have the ability to become a Butler’s Pantry or Coffee Bar if the new owners preferred.

Photo by @elizabethlawlorphotographt.

Great Room

Black framed French doors with transoms allow the Great Room to have stunning views of the backyard and Camelback Mountain.

Ceiling

Flooring: Elegance European Oak in Frederick, part of Seneca Valley Collection – similar here & here.

Living Room Decor Ideas:

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Fireplace

“The reclaimed beams were such show stoppers that I decided to let them shine and just go with a simple style and just go with a simple style Gobi Limestone surround for the fireplace. I had a neutral firebrick cut down into long strips and installed in stacked pattern.”

Fireplace: Gobi Limestone.

Beams

Beams are reclaimed wood and they beautifully contrast with the walls and ceiling in Sherwin Williams Alabaster.

Hallway

The main Hallway features a window-seat and built-in bookshelves in White Oak.

Lighting: Visual Comfort.

Accessories: NoMad Design.

Photo by @elizabethlawlorphotographt.

Powder Room

“This might be my favorite Bathroom of all time. For the floor I had Vista General cut down three different stone into triangles and install in a geometric pattern.”

Floor: AZ Tile 12×12 Carrara Marble, Bardiglio (similar here) & Indian Premium (similar here) cut into triangles – Others: here, here, here, here & here.

Vanity

“I designed a freestanding vanity to be fabricated out of the White Oak with a 4″ Black Honed Granite Countertop.” – Jennifer Ferrandi

Cabinet Hardware: Top Knobs.

Photo by @elizabethlawlorphotographt.

Sconces

The Dylan Sconces from Mitzi added to the Modern fresh look.

Other Affordable Sconces: here, here, here, here, here, here, here & here.

Photo by @elizabethlawlorphotographt.

Countertop & Faucet

Countertop: Black Honed Indian Premium Granite.

Faucet: Waterworks Flyte Collection – similar here – Others: here, here, here, here, here, here & here.

Photo by @elizabethlawlorphotographt.

Mirror

Mirror: Custom Iron Mirror by Vista General – similar here – Others: here, here, here, here, here & here.

Photo by @elizabethlawlorphotographt.

Guest Bathroom

Bathroom Vanity: Custom in Benjamin Moore Soot.

Sconces: Visual Comfort – Others: here & here.

Mirror: Custom – similar here.

Hardware: Top Knobs.

Countertop

Countertop: Carrara Marble.

Faucet: Phylrich – similar here, here & here.

Floor Tile

Floor Tile: Terrazzo Floor Tile.

Shower Tile: here – similar (great brand!).

White Oak Guest Bath

“This Bathroom is technically the pool bath so I thought we could have a little fun with the materials. For the floor I used three different colors of an oversized hexagon tile. Cabinet hardware is by Buster and Punch and for the lights I went for something different opting for small glass geometric fixtures from Hudson Valley.”

Vanity: White Oak – Others: here, here, here & here.

Mirror: Custom – similar here.

Countertop: Carrara Marble.

Lighting: Hudson Valley.

Faucet: Brizo – similar here.

Shower

Black Frame Shower Enclosure – similar style: here, here & here.

Plubing: Brizo Litze.

Tiling

Shower Wall Tile: AZ Tile – similar: here.

Floor Tile: Facings of America 6th Ave Hexagon in White, Black & Grey – similar here.

Master Bathroom

“This Master Bathroom is proof that warm and beauty can go hand in hand with simple modern aesthetics.” – Jennifer Ferrandi3

Photo by @elizabethlawlorphotographt.

Flooring

“I used Gobi Limestone for the floors, countertops and shower walls.” – Jennifer Ferrandi

Flooring: Gobi Limestone – Other Neutral Tiles: here, here, here, here & here.

Photo by @erickrukphoto.

Bathroom Paint Color

The bathroom walls are “Sherwin Williams Alabaster”.

Photo by @elizabethlawlorphotographt.

Accent Wall

“We reintroduced the exterior Limestone at the tub wall to break up the Gobi and frame the beautiful view of Camelback Mountain.”

Photo by @elizabethlawlorphotographt.

Neutrals Vibes

Runner: Antique from NoMad Designs – Others: here, here, here, here, here & here.

Beautiful Chairs: here, here, here, here & here.

Photo by @elizabethlawlorphotographt.

Vanity & Sconces

Vanity: Custom, White Oak.

Sconces: Hudson Valley Colton Sconce, Polished Nickel.

Photo by @elizabethlawlorphotographt.

Faucets

Bathroom Faucets: Waterworks Ludlow Collection – Others: here, here, here, here & here.

Photo by @elizabethlawlorphotographt.

Countertop

Countertop: Gobi Limestone.

Photo by @erickrukphoto.

Mirrors

Mirrors: Custom Steel Mirrors by Vista General – similar style: here, here & here – Other Stunning Mirrors: here, here, here, here, here & here.

Photo by @elizabethlawlorphotographt.

Hardware

Hardware: Top Knobs.

Photo by @elizabethlawlorphotographt.

Tub

Lovely views can be admired from a sleek freestanding tub (similar here).

Photo by @erickrukphoto.

Tub Faucet

Tub Faucet: Waterworks Ludlow Collection.

Photo by @elizabethlawlorphotographt.

Side Table

Side Table: NoMad Designs – Others: here, here, here, here & here.

Photo by @erickrukphoto.

Walk-in Closet

The layout of this closet with island/peninsula is really inspiring! Cabinets are in Sherwin Williams Alabaster.

Photo by @elizabethlawlorphotographt.

Powder Bath

“This bath is right off the colorful Mudroom. A floating dark vanity is topped by a grey honed countertop topped by a wall mounted fixture by Waterworks.”

Vanity Paint Color: Benjamin Moore Soot.

Countertop: Caesastone Raw Concrete.

Faucet: Waterworks – similar here & here.

Mudroom

“I wanted to add a little color and fun to the Mudroom millwork. For the finish I chose to mix White Oak with a dark grey paint by Benjamin Moore; French Beret.” – Jennifer Ferrandi

Details

“Rectangle cut out cabinet pulls were added to the drawers, while square knobs with rectangle back plates were used for the cabinet doors.”

Hardware: Top Knobs Channing Knob and Backplate.

Hooks: Schoolhouse Electric.

Drop Zone

“I designed the middle section as a key drop zone to help organized all the necessary items a busy family require.” – Jennifer Ferrandi of NoMad Design.

Mirror: Target.

Laundry Room

“For the Laundry Room I used the same Benjamin Moore French Beret as the Mudroom millwork.”

Hardware: Top Knobs Channing Pull.

Floors: AZ Tile Vega Grey 12×24 – similar style: here & here.

Countertop

Countertop: Rocas Azul Limestone.

Backsplash

“To add a little visual interest, I tiled all the walls with long thin subway tile installed vertically with horizontal bands between rows.”

Backsplash: AZ Tile Concerto Glossy White – similar here & here – Other Best Sellers: here, here, here, here, here, here, here & here.

Exterior Stone

The back of the house is also accentuated with Limestone.

Photo by @erickrukphoto.

Dream Home

This home is truly stunning and full of inspiration, inside and out!

Photo by @erickrukphoto.

 

 

Many thanks to the designer for sharing the details above!

Designer: NoMad Design (Instagram)

Photography: @elizabethlawlorphotographt & @erickrukphoto (including 1st image)

 

 

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