Day 2 and this house was my favorite! It’s called the High Country Craftsman and weighs in at 5,325 squeare feet with 4 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms. Seriously, GORGEOUS! I got to meet one of the talented interior designers, Tammy Coulter. She gave me the inside scoop on all the light fixtures in the house and I will be forever grateful! And the quality of craftsmanship that Grandfather Homes displayed in this house was fantastic. My husband said that this house made him want to move, and we just moved in March. And he hated every minute of it! That’s saying something! Come inside and you will see why…. Get ready for a lot of pictures.
This kitchen is totally drool worthy. A thing of dreams. My pictures don’t do it justice. The cabinets were this gray-green-blue color and the island was dark with a wood top that almost looked like reclaimed wood. The island chandelier had glass detail that mimicked the color of the cabinets. The breakfast area had a gorgeous capiz shell fixture and fantastic table and chairs.
Off the kitchen and leading into the dining room was the butlers pantry. Calling it a butlers pantry is laughable. It really is like another kitchen. And bar. And pantry. And entry to the dining room all rolled into one!
I had trouble getting photos of the great room because everyone kept making themselves cozy on the couch! But check out the planked wall around the fireplace and the lanterns over the little built in bench. The colors were fabulous. Bright orange and gray.
This is the master bedroom. I fell in love with the wallpapered hall leading into the room. And just look at that ceiling! Wood planks laid in a herringbone pattern. LOVE!
The master bath was stunning! My photos don’t do it justice. The shower was pale blue and green iridescent tiles. And although I couldn’t get a good photo of the tub, it was one of those awesome ones where the water comes out of the ceiling. My kids thought that was the best thing ever!
The home office was not large but very functional and my husband said it was very masculine without being like a sports bar or cigar room. That’s his interior design speak…
The hallways boasted some of the best lighting fixtures and a fabric that I adore. Seriously, I would put any of these lights in my foyer. I love them all!
The girls bedroom was nothing short of amazing. It wasn’t too girly or juvenile. And again, the light fixture. I really liked the color of the cabinetry in the en suite bath, too.
The boys bedroom was another showstopper. A creative mix of industrial chic and cozy, my son decided this was just for him!
There was a nice lounging nook upstairs, a fantastic homework space, laundry room and a game/media room with a built in bar. You can tell the foosball table was a hit!
I adore the color palette in the guest room. I truly do! I think I have to hunt down some of the fabrics in this house too.
The outdoor spaces were lovely with covered porches, a nice fireplace and a rocky koi pond.
I can’t say enough wonderful things about this home built by Grandfather Homes. The floor plan was fantastic, the quality of craftsmanship was impeccable and the interior design made me fall in love.
Stay tuned for tomorrow’s tour!