Gallery featuring images of the Captivating Bay Harbor Residence Project By The Quiet Moose. The mixture of rich natural wood, granite, tile, and fabrics make for an endlessly interesting interior home design.
Welcome to our gallery highlighting the beautiful Bay Harbor residence project, a home designed by The Quiet Moose.
For over a decade, Michigan-based company The Quiet Moose has approached every interior design project from a personalized angle. The designers specialize in everything from cottage interiors to traditional, contemporary, and rustic cabin interiors.
This home is no exception. Rich with detail from the flooring on up, there isn’t a square foot of the interior that hasn’t been handcrafted and fussed over.
Because the company comes with a furniture-focused background, you’ll see the most exquisite pieces scattered throughout this home, in surprising and satisfying arrangements. Starting with the richly appointed living room, we move outward through the interior, focusing on the dynamic and thoughtful styling.
You’ll noticed a plethora of rich materials, including hardwood, granite, and tile, as well as a sublime mixture of accent furniture pieces. This attention to detail ensures that the entire home is a visual feast, with attractive elements combining to inform every possible angle.
The living room centers on a large L-shaped sectional in light emerald tones paired with an armchair duo and large rich wood coffee table over a beige area rug. Deep, rich hardwood flooring fills the entire open-plan central space of the home, connecting the kitchen, through to the living room.
Bracketing the space is a set of full height windows and sliding glass doors on the exterior, and polished side table with glass accents, in foreground. The detailed woodwork on the table is indicative of the type of style seen throughout the home.
The corner of the living room features this discreet rotunda space, populated solely by a telescope mounted on a carved wood base. The tables in this area all feature richly polished and carved wood designs, perfectly complementing the textured furniture.
Turning the opposite direction, we see the expanse of dark hardwood flooring leading across the home into the kitchen, with upper level catwalk overlooking the open-plan space. The interplay of beige walls, dark flooring, and light hued but colorful furniture creates a riot of detail.
Between the kitchen and living room areas, a grand dining table sits below an ornate lampshade chandelier, centered on a large floral area rug. The dark stained chairs and lighter tabletop create a complex mixture of wood tones in the natural light, courtesy of massive windows.
The kitchen is wrapped in granite countertops and rich wood cabinetry. A raised countertop allows space for a set of barstools at right, while micro-tile backsplash provides contrast.
The open-plan space flows into this hallway, equipped with a plethora of detail, including display tables and art hung on the walls. Pristine white molding and doors highlight the warm and bright visual presence.
Here we have a large home office, centered on a massive oak desk. Abundant sunlight pours through the large windows over rich wood dresser and table, as well as the nailhead trim leather sofa at the far wall.
The primary bedroom sports a beige and white palette, spiked by the appearance of light blue in the form of a bench seat and accent pillows on the bed. The rich wood bed frame is flanked by matching bedside dressers, while a pair of white club chairs flank a glass topped table beneath windows at left.
The primary bath is awash in light natural wood cabinetry and beige tile flooring and bath surround. The large space holds enough room for two full vanities with massive mirrors, while the soaking tub fills a corner next to the glass enclosed shower.
The guest bedroom features a warmer look, with soft yellow walls and rich wood pair of bed frames. White trim and beige carpet help lighten the look, while white and blue patterned bedding adds a burst of contrast and color.
Rich natural wood acts as counterpoint to the brightness, appearing on the intricate bed frames, dressers, and bedside table.
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