Style: Warm Contemporary
Built in 1971, our Camelback Mountain project needed a huge update.
The home had low ceilings, a sunken living room, 70’s styled cabinetry and the 70’s version of a “Southwest” fireplace. With a beautiful view of Camelback Mountain, the home had great potential.
To be able to see this great view, the roof needed to be raised in the main living area and a custom stacking patio door was installed with the sunken living room filled in. We completely removed the old fireplace and moved it to the center of the wall, shaping it to match the contemporary style the homeowners were after.
The old kitchen and dining room area felt very closed in, so we completely opened everything up and redesigned the entire kitchen to be more functional and aesthetically pleasing. White shaker cabinets were selected for the perimeter, and textured grey wood looking TFL was selected for the island and buffet area to add contrast and interest. With the new contemporary style of the home, a marble quartz with waterfall edges for the island was a must.
All the material selections created a monochromatic backdrop for furniture selections and pops of colors in other, more subtle ways.
This project was a large one, a whole home remodel with just about everything updated. Paint, new porcelain flooring, baseboards, cabinetry, countertops, tearing down walls, raising the entire middle part of the house, filling in the sunken living room, custom doors, remodeling the guest and powder bathrooms to all create this beautiful new and updated contemporary style throughout the entire home.
Take a look and see the transformation!
A special thank you and credit to Cindy Robertson for her Interior Design services, finishing the project with all new furniture and accessories hand selected for the home.