Hello, my dear friends. How are you today? I hope your week was great and you can find some time to relax while seeing this inspiring house tour during the weekend.
You might recall seeing many homes built and designed by Timber Trails Development Company and interior designer Julie Howard on Home Bunch. I tend to feature them often on the blog and over on my Instagram because they’re truly one of my favorite builder/designer teams and today I have the pleasure to share this newly-completed townhouse.
Here, the designer shares the details on their latest townhouse project:
“We’ve built this townhouse many times before. It is our smallest master suite on the 1st floor unit so it is a big hit with empty nesters who want to downsize. The greatest asset with this unit is that is cuts out all the unneeded space in a house, without sacrificing space in the areas you really spend your time. We didn’t sacrifice on space in the kitchen or family room. Both spaces are large and grand and open up to each other.” – Julie Howard.
See other popular homes by Timber Trails Development Company with interior design by Julie Howard:
With house prices skyrocking, living in a townhouse can be a great option for empty-nesters and young families. The townhouses built by Timber Trails Development Company are all well-planned and beautifully designed, which actually makes you forget they’re townhouses.
Exterior Brick: Aztec White.
Townhouse Overall Details: 3 Bedrooms, 3 Baths & 2 Car Garage.
Foyer Door: “The doorways are standard 6’8” but the ceilings are 9’. I added a faux transom with wood to stretch the door height. This gives the illusion of taller doors. I love how it turned out as it gives so much detail and character to the foyer.” – Julie Howard
Staircase Stain Color: White Oak: 50/50 Minwax Weathered Oak and Minwax Classic Grey.
Paint color throughout the house is Benjamin Moore Classic Gray (with a few exceptions). This is the designer’s go-to neutral color for walls.
“The inspiration behind our Timber Trails Rustic Blues is exactly what the name says Rustic with Navy Blue accents throughout. We had never put this combination together before. We’ve done a lot with Navy and brass with a more elegant vibe but never with rustic woods. We love how the warm of the wood accentuates the navy throughout the home.” – Julie Howard
Island Dimensions: Large custom designed island 12’ long x 4’ wide.
Hardwood Flooring – White Oak with custom stain – Floor Color – White Oak: 50/50 Minwax Weathered Oak and Minwax Classic Gray – similar here.
This custom-designed kitchen features floating shelves and a custom shiplap hood with Knotty Alder band.
Sconces over shelves – Visual Comfort.
The island paint color is “Hale Navy by Benjamin Moore”.
Kitchen Countertops – Statuario Nuvo by Caesarstone.
Perimeter cabinets are custom in Benjamin Moore Simply White.
Backsplash – The Tile Shop White subway by with black grout.
Faucet: Faucet in polished nickel.
Sink: Kohler Cast Iron Sink.
“The family room ceiling jumps up to 11’ from the 9’ in the kitchen. I love this detail because it separates the spaces as “their own” without breaking up the openness. Sometimes open concepts can be so open that they loose their character which we try to avoid.” – Julie Howard.
The dining room features a custom accent wall above banquette with chevron trim. Accent paint color is Benjamin Moore Hale Navy.
Dining Chairs: Wayfair.
Dining Table: RH – – similar here.
The kitchen opens to a bright Family Room with plenty of space and inspiring ideas! Paint color is “Benjamin Moore Classic Gray”.
Chandelier – Visual Comfort.
Coffee Table is actually two benches from Wayfair pushed together. Brilliant idea!
Fireplace is black honed Granite tiles with a mantel built with crown molding.
I am loving the board and batten wainscoting. The navy blue paint color, Benjamin Moore Hale Navy, goes from above the wainscoting and it continuous on the ceiling. Fabulous idea!
Desk – World Market.
Hanging Chair: Serena & Lily.
Rug: Vintage from Etsy.
“The wainscoting is a new favorite technique. We took a 1×6 board and ran it around the perimeter of the room slightly higher than the pedestal sink. This is important as the pedestal sink needs to mount to the wall and having a board in the way won’t work. Between the trim piece and baseboard we installed thin slices of barn wood planking. These pieces are really easy to install as they backs peel off and have a sticky back. We also nailed them in as well. Another trick is to paint the wall behind black incase there are any holes in the wood that show through.” – Julie Howard
Barnwood: Home Depot.
Mirror – Homegoods – similar here.
Sink – Kohler.
Toilet – Kohler.
Faucet – Moen.
The master bathroom is full of great ideas and it features plenty of character. A niche with custom shelves add extra storage to this beautiful bathroom.
Baskets – Joss and Main.
Light Fixtures – here – similar.
Faucets – Moen in “Flat Black”.
Wall Paint Color – “Classic Gray by Benjamin Moore”
Shower Faucet: Moen.
Tub Faucet: Moen.
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Have a wonderful day, my friends and we’ll talk again tomorrow.”
Luciane from HomeBunch.com