Often times when designing a home, we find ourselves switching up the finishes and color palette to truly bring out each architectural detail. Selecting these finishes with thought as to how they will all tie together is very important. There is no reason a house should not be unique in window trim or siding color. It stands out amongst its neighbors all the more! If done right, unique combinations can make a bold statement.
So much thought and consideration goes into customizing your home around your life and dreams, wouldn't you want the exterior to reflect the unique aspects of your life lived in it?
See how the home below catches the light on the natural cedar shingled roof? The colors will age with time and create a gradual pattern of the path of the sun. Flare to the eyebrow creates a look of a blanket covering the window, increasing the beauty of the fine craftsmanship involved in installing such a feature.
Here we have details finely crafted into the soffits and porch ceilings. Dark mahogany wood contrast with a light grey shingle stain, and white support brackets. The edge of a natural cedar shingled roof compliments the dark wood underneath its overhangs.
Here, we've brought you inside to a space where color is often seen on the walls, or in tile back splash. The designer and homeowners reversed the ever growing trend of a white kitchen with bold nautical blue cabinetry. White accents and a glass subway tile back splash coupled with bright white painted moldings and ceiling details balance the bold color. Its all about the balance!
A red cedar shingle below is sharply contrasted with emerald green window trim, door color and soffit color. Talk about a bold decision with emerald green windows! This warm and cool combination is a classic gateway to a timeless look for the exterior.
You know what is tricky to do? Adding curves to an already vaulted ceiling. With the help of fine craftsman, we are able to specify things such as wood for the ceiling. The finish of the wood reflects the natural light beautifully and no need for paint or bold furniture to add an element of design. The ceiling is enough!
Just one more photo, we had to share!