Welcome to our gallery featuring the elegant custom Kylemore home interior designed by Jane Lockhart Interior Design.
Jane Lockhart Interior Design was founded in 1997, and is a boutique interior design firm with services including: full room makeovers, custom furniture and window treatments, color consulting, space planning, and CAD drawings.
The Kylemore home is an elegant 5,600 square foot home with a palette of taupe, cream, brown, and navy with mustard-yellow accents. The spectacular kitchen has rich, dark wood cabinetry; high end appliances, and a beautiful white tile backsplash behind the stove.
The home boasts several different rooms for entertaining, including a spacious family room for more casual entertaining, and a formal living room. The family room has a gorgeous light stone fireplace flanked by cozy armchairs in navy blue. The home is a marvel of form and function, fit for any affair whether casual or more formal.
Keep an eye out for the color palette that allows the rooms to flow together seamlessly. Also look for the gorgeous detail in the custom ceilings. The home displays coffered ceilings and tray ceilings, among others. We hope that this handsome home will inspire your creative side the way it inspired ours!
The formal living room has beautiful, glossy hard wood floors covered by a subtly patterned rug. On the far end against the window is a dark sofa. A matching ottoman is surrounded by four cream and dark wood chairs. A long light fixture with a shade hangs from the deep tray ceiling. The space is symmetrical, with two side tables with matching accents on either side of the ottoman and a matching set of pictures on the wall on either side of the sofa.
The home office has hardwood floors in varying shades that complements the dark furniture. The pale yellow walls are offset by the rich blue curtains and accent pillows on the patterned chairs on either side of the glass-door cabinet. Each inset of the coffered ceiling is painted a matching blue and has a single pot light in the center.
A small sitting room near the small balcony overlooking the family room has light taupe, yellow and white stripes on the walls, a fluffy pale yellow rug covering the hardwood floors, and navy armchairs with metallic tack accents. Gray from the walls is reflected in the accent pillows on the chairs. A short window high on the wall provides extra light during the day.
The spacious family room is the centerpiece of this home and acts as the main living area. The color palette of taupe, yellow, navy, and cream makes the biggest appearance here, and allows the rest of the rooms to flow into this main entertaining area. The light sofas, walls, and curtains in this room are contrasted by the large coffee table with carved legs and drawers for storage. A chandelier hangs high above the room from the vaulted ceiling.
This angle allows us to see the two light wood tables behind each sofa. Beneath one is a small bench with a cozy blanket. On the left wall is the large media center with storage to the right, left, and below the television. The main focal point of the room is the enclosed fireplace. The light stone on the outside gives way to a herringbone stone pattern on the inside. A small nook to the left of the fireplace is populated by a small chair.
Just behind the main seating area is a small chair and table in front of one of the large windows. This small area is a transition into the dining and bar area just beyond the open archway. Without a rug to cover them, the multiple shades and grains of the wood floors become more evident. The lights and darks of the floors blend perfectly with the lights and dark woods in the furniture.
Two deep blue armchairs sit just in front of the glass-enclosed fireplace, getting all the warmth and ambiance, without any of the fire hazards of an open hearth. The subtly patterned rug picks up the brighter mustard-yellow accents of the pillows, blanket, and the small globe on the coffee table tray. The tall mantle is occupied by a mirror.
The contemporary and high-end kitchen has white cabinets in an L-formation, and a built-in appliance cabinet in dark wood on the right. The refrigerator, dual ovens, and microwave are “hidden” in the dark wood. The dark wood continues in the hood over the stove, and in a the slightly lighter wood of the granite topped eat-in kitchen island. An orb-like chandelier hangs above the kitchen island.
Adjacent to the family room is the home bar. Aluminum barstools topped in shiny black provide seating for three. The dark bar is contrasted by the white and cream cabinetry, the white tile floor, and the glass-front cabinets. A taupe rug leads into a small, casual eating area in front of several windows. The “X” detail on either side of the bar is mirrored in the custom detail of the ceiling.
A straight-on view of the bar shows the detail of the ceiling and the two glass-faced china cabinets to the right and left of the main countertop space. Tiny recessed lights twinkle in the ceiling, while two more prominent pendant lights hang over the eat-in bar.
The formal dining room has white wainscoting around the bottom of the room, while the top majority of the wall is painted a dark navy. A collection of elegant china plates of different sizes and shapes are arranged on the wall behind the table as art. A swanky chandelier with tons of hanging crystals hangs from the shallow tray ceiling over the black dining table. A small marble-topped buffet is on the left wall, topped with decanters and two delicate lamps.
From the bar, we can see the large, rounded room with two distinct areas. The first is a small, less formal eating area with cushy seats in gray. The X detail from the bar and the ceiling is repeated on the legs of the dark wood table. On the far side of the room is another fireplace, in wood and stone. A mirror hangs above the mantle and it is flanked by two high-back armchairs that match the fabric of the dining chairs. Roman shades cover the six windows. Yellow accent pillows brighten up the room.
This boy’s room is in bright shades of blue and green, with accents of orange, yellow, and red. Glass orbs in the light fixture are repeated int he lamp on the night stand. A sunburst clock in silver hangs on the wall near the window.
A leaning ladder shelf sits on the right side of the bed, providing extra storage for this smaller room. The light lime green walls are decorated with vinyl music decals, which add personality (and have a bonus of being easy to remove and not damaging the walls). The headboard of the bed has additional storage, which is partially hidden behind the pillows.
This spacious girl’s room is in light gray and a rich jewel-toned purple. The large arching window behind the bed gives the room a grand and elegant air. An elegant shaded crystal light fixture hangs above the bed from the higher of the two-tiered ceiling. This room has a closet and an adjoining bathroom. Small white butterfly wall decorations are arranged on the wall just behind a large, comfy reading chair.
The primary bedroom is in neutral shades of taupe and gray, with small accents of gold in the frames above the bed. The mirrored nightstand next to the bed is an elegant touch. The dark hardwood floors contrast beautifully with the neutral color palette, and a plush bench with dark piping sits at the foot of the bed.
The primary bathroom continues the light neutral color palette of the primary bedroom, but instead of white furniture, the bathroom has a beautiful, rich dark wood vanity and makeup table. His-and-hers sinks sit on either side of the lower makeup table with a small cushioned stool. Each section of the vanity has it’s own mirror framed in dark wood. The smaller framed pictures of shells are in silver and give the room a beachy feel.
The glossy cream tile floor has bands of light blue and brown tiles separating every two rows of tile. The enormous soaking tub is centered on the back wall, next to a glass-enclosed fireplace. A white shelf sits behind the bathtub, providing an easy-to-reach space. Two candles in glass and iron holders sit next to the tub for ambiance.
The shower enclosure is in glass and the same dark wood as the vanity. The shower head is in the very center of the top of the shower, rather than on the wall. A small cushioned bench sits just outside of the shower door, beneath the towel rack.
This final shot of the primary bathroom shows the size of the room and the matching bookcase to the left of the vanity and makeup table. The shower, while not pictured directly, is reflected in the mirror. The neutral color palette makes for a soothing environment to relax in at the end of a long day, and a functional space to get ready in the morning.
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