Welcome to our gallery featuring the exquisitely crafted Danish Luxe home, an interior design by Garrison Hullinger.
The designers were hired to help a family of four use their ideas to formulate a cohesive but fresh look in this space. They wanted to ensure that the interior design was utterly timeless, allowing the family and their collections to be the life of the home.
Granting the home a monochromatic palette allowed the designers to inject color into the myriad furnishings while maintaining durable and long-lasting surfaces and materials. It also ensures a coherency of design and function throughout.
The first major element you’ll notice within the home is the extensive use of natural wood. Whether appearing in rustic form, like the surprisingly contemporary storage table above, or luxuriously sleek, like the expanses of hardwood flooring, the natural wood is a thematic glue for the design, tying every aspect of the interior together.
Bursts of yellow, beige, and white allow for visual diversity and contrast, as well as a bright range of shades to cycle through every room. Large exposed beams and stone brickwork anchor the design in a traditional yet timeless style.
The living room centers a raft of rich furniture around a two-tiered rustic coffee table and large corner fireplace wrapped in stone. The abundance of rich natural wood hues complements the beige area rug and high back armchairs.
The coffee table wraps rustic-look wood in industrial metal, perfect for the timeless material appearance of the home interior. We can see the unique corner bar setting behind, wrapped in stone with rustic wood bar stools.
Behind the classic sofa, this rustic end table stands upon old fashioned steel wheels, affording portability and a unique industrial-tinged look. Gold plant potter at right adds another splash of brightness to the space.
Over the rich natural hardwood flooring stands a variety of intricately carved wood furniture pieces, including this wraparound bench feature, built into a corner wall.
The kitchen centers on a massive natural wood island with granite countertop, offering plenty of space for cook prep and dining, courtesy of a trio of rattan seat bar stools. White cabinetry and black countertops throughout add contrast and detail.
The contrast between soft white cabinetry, dark countertops, and warm hardwood flooring makes for a visually impressive kitchen space. Beige brick backsplash tile complements the style, along with stainless steel appliances.
The grand, swirling staircase flaunts rich curved wood over the stone-wrapped foyer. A series of windows built into the curved wall highlight the immaculate vertical space.
Moving back from the entryway, we see the elegant dining room at right, centering on a large two-toned wood dining table. Leather wrapped Parson chairs populate the space over a flowery area rug, beneath a pair of metal “cage” frame chandeliers.
One of the bathrooms features this bespoke dark wood vanity, with marble vessel sink and backsplash beneath a tall mirror built into the frame. A pair of thin, lampshade sconces flank the piece.
The primary bedroom comprises a unique variation on the home’s color theme, with a vibrant beige button tufted headboard standing against mocha brown walls over dark beige carpet. A pair of rustic wood side tables flank the bed.
With a pair of white double doors leading to the en suite bathroom, the primary bedroom expands its footprint. A pair of green hued ottomans stand at the foot of the bed.
Rich wood double vanity in the primary bath is topped with a granite countertop, while frameless mirrors hang on the stone brick wall above.
The expansive primary bath spreads over large format tile flooring, with contemporary soaking tub beneath a large window at left, and other facilities tucked around a private corner at center.
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