Alongside New Leaf Home Design and Cornerstone Construction, Pure Design Interiors designed the interiors of this new build residential home in Moreland Hills, Ohio.
This energy efficient (zero energy ready) home sits on a woodland property with beautiful views. To blur the lines between indoors and out, designer, Deanne Bridenstine, decided to go with a modern style, an organic color palette and plenty of natural materials.
Bridenstine says that walking into a home and feeling like "yes, I would absolutely live here" is one of the best things at the end of a project — and this project delivered that feeling. "The open kitchen and dining room provoke exactly that emotion," adds Bridenstine. "The palette is warm and inviting and everything about this space says 'come in and stay awhile.'"
The palette is warm and inviting and everything about this space says 'come in and stay awhile.'
In the kitchen, the stained wood cabinets, with the soft subway tile backsplash are warm, welcoming and timeless. The home also features a bar area with a bold, creative backsplash tile. "This is my favorite [aspect of the bar] and was chosen to be the focal point," says Bridenstine. "Wine storage using a modern wall mounted system also adds something interesting to the look of the bar overall."
The living room is where the idea of brining the outside in really comes to life. "All of the finishes have a natural feel and quality, and support enjoying a fire in the fireplace, or looking at a great view, without being distracted by a fussy interior," explains Bridenstine.
In the primary bedroom and bathroom, simplicity was the goal. The bedroom features a clean, uncluttered design with a wood headboard, modern sconces and linear, transom window. In the bathroom, the organic color palette, uncomplicated tile layout, and natural light from the window over the soaking tub all combine to create a spa-like feel.
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