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Project Tour: Forest Glen Residence

If you’re reading this, you likely already know that we are more than here for bold design and color moments. When our client casually mentioned that she’d been dreaming about a green kitchen, we calmly agreed that’s what we should do. Located in the charming neighborhood of Forest Glen, the home’s exterior was renovated to follow a more contemporary aesthetic. The interior design however took on a quaint, modern vintage look. Take a quick tour with us!

We jumped right in and ordered about 30 green paint swatches. Encouraged by the sample score, we narrowed it down to three options. We love the tone selected (Veronese Green from Benjamin Moore) which has a whisper of blue in it. It's a truly lovely pairing with the gold hardware and warm wood tones around the home.

Textured glass cabinet fronts, beveled subway tile, and glass globe pendants are a nod to kitchen design details of the past.

The bathrooms are where we really turned the dial on modern vintage. Black and white subway tile line this charming powder room and at its base, a more modern hex. We love the details in this room. The slender pencil tile addition is a personal favorite.

The primary bath took on a slightly more mid-century feel. The wooden vanity and brass accents really warmed this space up. The room is surrounded by a matte black marquina stone base and pencil tile which added a crisp contrast. The 10" cararra hex tile is the perfect scale and adds a subtle pattern to the floor.

For the kids' bath, we repeated the hexagon-shaped floor tile but on a much smaller scale in solid, classic white. This provided an opportunity to go big on the wall.

We love how this home came together. The clean and bright bathrooms with added vintage flair and a head-turning kitchen were exactly what the client was looking for.

Interior Design: Kuchar

Photography: Wittefini Photography


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