Welcome to our gallery featuring the stunning View Point project by Luxe Homes & Design!
Located in Knoxville, Tennessee, this gorgeous home was designed by Jenny Blalock of Luxe Homes & Design.
The owners wanted a home that fit their family and lifestyle, with the kitchen at the center, as the hub of the home.
Working with architect David Wiggins, Jenny designed a plan that fit their requests and reflects the perfect blend of contemporary and rustic styles to make the home modern while still paying homage to its Southern locale.
The design boasts bold color choices next to rustic light fixtures and stone accents. The combination has been beautifully executed to bring all of these aspects together seamlessly.
As requested the design is centered around the open kitchen, which features an beautiful industrial stove hood, that blends well with the design of the room.
One of the highlights of the home is the inclusion of reclaimed barn wood accents, ceiling beams, and on the floors of several rooms. The wood was purchased from Plantation Reclaimed Inc. and can be shipped anywhere in the U.S.
Glossy, treated concrete floors run through most of the home, making the floors highly durable, eye-catching, and extremely striking against the rest of the decor. It’s a surprising choice for a contemporary home like this.
This home was beautifully captured by photographer Beth Fellhoelter.
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The exterior of the house features a stone facade, a large front porch and soaring roofs. The house sits up on a little hill, allowing it to stand out from the surrounding landscaping and tree line.
The long cobblestone driveway leads up to the garage that runs along the side of the house so as not to interrupt the front facade of the structure. The cobblestones mimic the stone seen on the house.
The foyer opens directly up to the rest of the house. Treated concrete floors with a high gloss lacquer over them run through the main areas of the house helping to reflect light from the many windows.
The stairs lead up to the second floor with a landing that opens in the study. The second floor consists of a bonus room that runs along the side of the house over the garage and bedrooms.
The wood floor in the study is comprised of reclaimed barn wood and is covered in a protective gloss to enhance the color variations. The large window ensure that plenty of light is let into the room.
On the other side of the foyer is the great room. With two story vaulted ceilings and a beautiful stonework fireplace mantle, this room is one of the key features of the design. The color variations of the treated floors are more visible here, giving the floors more interest that just a flat concrete would.
Windows line the walls of this massive room and allow plenty of light to come in, uninhibited. The rustic look of the stone adds to the overall design of the project when viewed with the exposed beams running across the ceiling and the reclaimed barn wood used throughout the home.
The kitchen features the same floors and bright white cabinetry to keep the space in the heart of the house feeling bright and open. Contrasting granite countertops add to the room and the rustic feel is continued in the stove hood, rough tile backsplash, and repurposed glass bottles in the light fixture.
The dining area is open to the rest of the kitchen and looks out onto the back patio through large sliding glass doors.
One of two guest bedrooms, the bright pink walls really work with the natural light to brighten up the room. The attached bathroom and walk-in closet can be seen along the right wall. This bedroom is located in the back corner of the first floor.
The bathroom features the same bright pink walls as the bedroom it is attached to. Contemporary wall sconces highlight the silver fixtures in the room and flank the gorgeous mirror. A speckled granite countertop lightens up the dark cabinets.
The second bedroom features a unique light fixture that casts fun shadow patterns on the walls, highlighting the powder blue paint. The use of a pale wall color helps the lighten up the room since there is only the single window.
As with the other room, the same color is on the walls of the attached bathroom, brightening up the room considerably. The same contemporary light fixtures also highlight the mirror in this bathroom but a lighter cabinet keeps the room from feeling too small.
The half bath attached to the kitchen features more reclaimed barn wood around the mirror that accents the color of the countertop. The fixtures and lights of the room add to the rustic decor and highlight the wood frame well.
The master bathroom features bright white counter tops, dark cabinets, and more reclaimed barn wood. Rustic touches and industrial style lights carry the decor through the room and complements the natural stone in the shower.
Wood finished tiles in the glass shower and a river rock floor gives this space a more rustic but luxurious feel that other rooms of the house. The river rock floor bring the stone look used around the house into this room too.
The view from the top of the stairs down into the rest of the house. This is the best angle to highlight the barn wood floor and the beautiful color striations seen in the floors of the rest of the house.
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