Welcome to our gallery featuring a resplendent home by Garrison Hullinger Interior Design.
Garrison Hullinger Interior Design was given the exciting task of designing the first ever “Made in America” home to be showcased in a Street of Dreams event, the most popular luxury lifestyle home showcase in the United States.
The home is made with all-American components, and craftsmen and artisans were featured in the creation of this amazing, stylish home.
The home was designed as a home for a young family, with an easy transition from the outdoor space to the indoor living spaces. The home boasts a highly-functional entertainment space.
Garrison Hullinger Interior Design describes their process as easy-going, collaborative, and responsive. They proudly describe their team as down-to-Earth, despite being an award-winning and nationally recognized firm.
Their spectacular design work is evident in this home–the details make this design. We hope you enjoy this selection of rooms from the StoneHenge Terrace home as much as we do.
Although they aren’t visible in this picture, a ton of natural light filters through oversized windows in the two-story foyer. The herringbone pattern of the polished tile floor is outlined by a light wood before turning into a rich dark wood that matches the staircase and furniture.
A close-up of the sideboard, with two little upholstered stools tucked neatly beneath. The artwork behind it on the warm beige walls adds a splash of contemporary color.
A shot of the foyer from the bottom of the staircase. The two-story entryway has a geometric railing that complements the mirrored artwork above the bench on the left.
The more casual entrance is the mudroom, which has warm mottled tile that hides a little bit of dirt and white storage cubbies in addition to the coat closet.
The foyer leads through a small hallway to the open-concept living area, which includes the living room, kitchen, and dining room. The soaring ceiling of the living room is open to the upstairs hallway. The large rustic stone fireplace is nearly as wide as the sofa directly across from it. Glass doors can be used to lead directly outside to the pool.
A straight on view of the living room shows every little accent and detail that creates a home that feels lived-in and has personality. Built-in bookcases on either side of the fireplace.
The eat-in kitchen is built for entertaining. The large kitchen island curves out into a bar area with three globe lights above it. The pristine white cabinetry and light marble countertops contrast with the rich tones of the hardwood flooring.
The dining room is just off of the kitchen and connected to both the kitchen and living room. The soft blue and white upholstery of the two chairs at the head of the table pull color from the two paintings on the right wall. Just like in the living room, glass doors lead out into the backyard, this time to the covered patio.
One of the home’s entertainment spaces includes a game room with a home bar. The room has beautiful brick accents and hardwood floors.
To the right of the bar area is bench seating that is elevated above the floor by two steps. The open space is dominated by the pool table centered on the large windows on the back wall.
Upstairs, the guest bedroom has white bedding with blue and yellow accents. Matching night stands with white curvy lamps sit on either side of the upholstered headboard.
The guest bathroom has a lovely dark wood vanity with chrome pulls. The granite countertop is topped by a large mirror. Towel storage is tucked neatly into the bottom of the vanity.
Another of this home’s entertaining rooms is on the second floor. This room is more rustic in style, with an exposed wooden ceiling and textured adobe-style walls. The leather sectional has a chaise lounge on one end. This room features fantastic brick and reclaimed wood accents.
Adjacent to the built-in entertainment center centered in front of the leather sectional is a small open-hearth fireplace in iron. A distressed leather ottoman serves as a coffee table with a small wicker tray.
In the corner by the window is a card table with ornate legs and built-in cup holders. Plush rolling chairs surround the table.
French doors open into a small den and home office for a more intimate entertaining area. Wooden ladder shades can be adjusted to let in more or less natural light through the large windows.
The primary suite is located on the ground floor, with French doors that lead out to the backyard pool. The large fireplace has a white mantle with wainscoting details. Set into the wall is the wall-mounted television.
Next to the fireplace is a small reading nook with a cozy armchair and side table with a curvy yellow lamp.
The view from the primary bedroom into the entryway of the primary bathroom. The tile pattern in white and beige leads right into the main section of the bathroom.
When looking from the doorway, the bathtub is hidden. A large window above the soaking tub provides a view of the backyard.
A view of the shower, which features the same tile pattern as the floor of the bathroom.
The covered outdoor patio has fantastic stone accents and an enormous stone fireplace with an open hearth. Peacock blue accents brighten up the beige cushions and light wood patio furniture.
A view of the pool and rear exterior of the home shows the sheer size of the pool complex, complete with a series of fountains. On one corner of the pool is a jacuzzi tucked neatly into the main pool. From this angle you can see the privacy screen of trees around the perimeter of the backyard, along with the many glass door entrances into the home.
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