It’s always a happy day whenever I feature any home built by Timber Trails Development Company on Home Bunch. Here, the interior designer Julie Howard explains more details about this recently-built townhouse:
“The inspiration behind our Timber Trails Open and Airy Townhome was light. This is a middle unit townhouse which most people assume will not have a lot of natural light. We were able to add a vaulted Sunroom off the back of the unit which brings in lots of natural light. By painting the shiplap a glossy white, the light bouncing off the walls and into other parts of the home. This unit is so light and bright that we had to highlight Open and Airy in it’s name!”
See other popular homes by Timber Trails Development Company with interior design by Julie Howard:
It’s not very easy to find townhouses with a sense of individuality. For that, you should always let your creative side flourish… add some beautiful planters flanking the front door and/or the garage doors, a nice wreath and if allowed, plant your favorite flowers. This townhouse already comes with well-planned landscaping and beautiful architectural details. Notice the herringbone driveway and the brick facade.
Townhouse Overall Details: 3 Bedrooms 3.5 Baths 2 Car Garage.
Brick: Aztec White.
Would you believe this is a townhouse if I only had shared the interiors of this home? This builder, the designer and the architect certainly did an excellent job when developing the plans for these homes. Paint color is “Benjamin Moore Classic Gray”.
Rug – Target.
“The fireplace is actually two back-to-back gas units. On the front the fireplace we went with a more traditional trim of boxes and cove molding. On the back side, in the sunroom, we went with shiplap all around the room.” – Julie Howard.
Because the fireplace ended up being a few feet deep, we were able to create really thick cased openings. This is one of my favorite tricks when adding trim to a home. The space was there around the fireplace so instead of just leaving the walls drywall, we were able to pull them in slightly and case them in wainscoting trim adding so much detail in a space that could have been otherwise forgotten.” – Julie Howard.
Rug is from Joss and Main.
Chandelier – Visual Comfort Bordeaux Grande Chandelier.
Table Lamp – Visual Comfort Large Size.
This black and white color scheme brings a modern farmhouse feel to this classic home.
“We set the dining area off to the side for a more intimate feel while keeping the kitchen work space and family room below the grand vaulted ceiling. We’ve built this plan before without the vault and the kitchen was tucked away where the dining space currently is. With today’s living, people don’t want their kitchen “tucked away”. By pulling the kitchen out and making it the star of the room we modernized the floor plan for how people live today.”
The kitchen island is the heart of this home. It connects the kitchen to the family room and is 12’ long.
A Subzero Fridge is hidden behind panels on right. Pantry designed to mimic on left.
Kitchen Island: 12’ long x 4’ wide.
Kitchen countertop is Caesarstone, Raw Concrete.
Sconces over shelves – Visual Comfort.
All cabinet pulls were placed horizontally.
This kitchen also features a custom designed hood with floating shelves even with hood band.
Cutting Boards: here – similar.
Cabinets are painted Benjamin Moore Simply White.
Range: Wolf Range.
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Microwave Drawer: Wolf – similar here.
Kitchen sink is Kohler Cast Iron Sink.
Faucet: Moen Black kitchen faucet.
Wall paint color is “Benjamin Moore Classic Grey”.
All trim work – Simply White
“Keeping the dining area tucked away really works because it encourages intimate family dinners. This space flows so nicely for both day to day living as well as entertaining. There is a nice size pantry off the dining area to add to the kitchen storage.”
This space features a built-in banquette with custom intricate trim from floor-to-ceiling.
A tall double-sided fireplace creates a sense of division between the living room, kitchen and sunroom.
Can you believe this is a townhouse? I had to remind myself of it when I saw this gorgeous room with vaulted ceiling. Shiplap paint color is Simply White by Benjamin Moore.
Light Fixture – Visual Comfort 48” Moravian Star.
Rug – Dash & Albert.
Bird of Paradise Plant – Walter E Smithe – similar here.
This side of the fireplace is clad in shiplap.
Tile: Limestone from The Tile Shop – similar here.
Mirror – Wayfair.
Table Lamp: here – similar.
Console Table: 10Home – Similar: here.
The home office walls feature a 6.5’ wainscoting on a 9’ ceiling. Paint color above the wainscoting is Benjamin Moore Ozark Shadows.
The desk is from World Market.
Light fixture – Ballard Designs – Best Seller: here.
Chair – Home Goods – similar here (gorgeous!).
Plants – Walter E Smithe – similar: here.
The powder room was kept simple and neutral without losing its whimsiness. Paint color is Benjamin Moore Gray Husky.
Faucet: Moen in Matte Black.
Mirror – Wayfair.
This is such a great space and I am sure that any kid (or kid-at-heart) would love that hanging chair!
Hanging Chair: Serena and Lilly.
Mirror – Wayfair.
Rug: Vintage from Etsy.
This bathroom features an impressive black metal pharmacy cabinet from Restoration Hardware and a geometric cement tile.
Wall Paint Color: Benjamin Moore Classic Grey.
Countertop: Raw Concrete by Caesarstone.
Faucets – Moen in Chrome.
Mirrors – here.
Located in the basement, this guest bathroom features a vanity with Raw Concrete by Caesarstone countertop and wood-looking floor tile.
Faucet – Moen in Chrome.
Mirrors – Wayfair.
Shower Wall Tile: here.
Floor Tile: here – similar.
Grey Bathroom Cabinet color – “Gray Huskie by Benjamin Moore”.
Top Knobs: 1″ Ascendra Knob.
Faucets: Moen in polished nickel.
Mirrors – Wayfair.
Bathroom Wall Paint Color: Benjamin Moore Classic Grey.
Tub Faucet: Moen in polished nickel.
Fabric chair -Ikea – similar here.
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