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Balanced Masculine and Feminine Oakland Hills Home by Wick Designs


Gorgeous home for a new couple that balances masculine design elements with feminine by Wick Designs.

Kitchen with center island and stools, light wood cabinets.

Welcome to our gallery featuring the refined and elegant home in Oakland Hills, by Wick Design.

This home was purchased by the clients as their first home as a married couple, but they ran into the same problem that many young couples do when they purchase their first home together: they had little common ground when it came to interior design!

While the wife’s tastes tended to be far more feminine and rustic-chic, the husband’s tastes leaned towards a modern, masculine design.

So they hired a designer to find some common ground, and the result is this beautifully balanced home with clean, solid lines and a dash of the feminine in the vintage statement pieces and elegant accents.

We hope you enjoy this spacious home that’s built for entertaining guests!

Interior Design by Wick Design.

Photography by Lisa Romerein Photography.

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The formal dining room comes off the spacious living room an combines smooth lines and pristine white with a blue zebra pattern and soft yellow wood chairs.

The formal dining room comes off the spacious living room an combines smooth lines and pristine white with a blue zebra pattern and soft yellow wood chairs.

 The master bedroom is an understated white with accents of deep brown. The modern sculpture above the bed is an eye-catching statement piece.

 The master bedroom is an understated white with accents of deep brown. The modern sculpture above the bed is an eye-catching statement piece.

 The master bathroom is separated into masculine and feminine sides a little more obviously than other rooms in the home. This is the feminine side, with the glass-enclosed shower and Albert and Victoria soaking tub.

 The master bathroom is separated into masculine and feminine sides a little more obviously than other rooms in the home. This is the feminine side, with the glass-enclosed shower and Albert and Victoria soaking tub.

The media room has a gorgeous stacked and polished stone coffee table with cream linen sofas. Enormous windows let in ample natural light.

The media room has a gorgeous stacked and polished stone coffee table with cream linen sofas. Enormous windows let in ample natural light.

The kitchen has leather-topped barstools at the kitchen island with twisted legs in a shade of wood lighter and warmer than the cabinetry. The marble countertops are elegant and high-end.

The kitchen has leather-topped barstools at the kitchen island with twisted legs in a shade of wood lighter and warmer than the cabinetry. The marble countertops are elegant and high-end.

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The more casual breakfast room has a gorgeous statement dining table with a custom hardwood top and a pair of brass bases from the 70s.

The more casual breakfast room has a gorgeous statement dining table with a custom hardwood top and a pair of brass bases from the 70s.

The formal living room has the same balance of masculine and feminine, particularly in the deep blue bookshelves matched with the more elegant glass-topped walnut coffee table and a vintage lamp from the 60s.

 The formal living room has the same balance of masculine and feminine, particularly in the deep blue bookshelves matched with the more elegant glass-topped walnut coffee table and a vintage lamp from the 60s.

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