#DreamHome _ 11.21 _ CETwo floor modern country home.
I wanted this home to feel cozy but extravagant. Incredible for hosting or raising a family.
This young woman's bedroom is what dreams are made of. A private oasis for a young woman to grow, create, and inspire within.
What I love most about this room is the view through the windows and the intricate wallpaper.
In this image I love the focus on the bed. With the squished pillows and thrown duvet, I can visualize a girl running to practice or getting ready for school. It's inviting and shows the realness of someone using the space.
With this image, I wanted to show the space for the closet and the bathroom as well as the unique vanity.
This double bedroom showcases a unique space for two growing boys to dream. Pulling from the bedspread, I chose a slight space theme that can be seen in details like the poster and the orb like lamps.
As the figurative boys grow, they need the space to grow as well. With this open entry space they will eventually have room for desks or whatever they need.
This guest room is small yet inviting. For any guest visiting, they will be happy to have a private space to call their own when visiting.
Curl up in bed with a good book or catch up on movies and TV shows from the swivel mounted TV.
These large open windows create a warm basking glow that invites the owners to curl up in bed with their lovely kitten.
The double door entry creates a vision of grandeur but the room itself is full of calm natural vibes.
With a home filled with so much open space, this space truly entices the owner to be alone and happy.
This Jack and Jill bathroom separates two of the bedrooms for privacy. The blue and white color of this timeless wallpaper creates a cool and relaxing vibe throughout the bathroom, while also hinting on vintage.
The toilet and tub/shower are separated for privacy from the vanity area by a sliding pocket door. The pocket door was chosen to take up less space.
I grew up in a similar style home and this allowed two teens sharing a bathroom to have their privacy.
What I love most about this is the floating tub near the window. With a private yard, there is no need to add curtains or shades for privacy. And the large shower is large enough for one or more people.
The toilet in the master bath is separated with a pocket door. This allows for privacy from others while the bathroom is in use.
This upstairs common area is meant for movie nights and relaxing evenings by the fire.
This uniquely shaped bathroom is perfect for a guest with access to spare towels and bath items.
Greeted upon entry with a beautiful reflection within the mirror.
Not a closet, but a nursery which could be turned into a large and spacious bedroom. With plenty of toys for tummy time and blackout curtains for a nice mid-afternoon nap.
Double door closets open for maximum space for a growing baby.