Recently I toured model homes in western NY with my daughter. She’s building a new home and it was fun to check out how the models were decorated. This one was done in blue, gray and taupe tones and had a soft serene feeling. I loved this place from the moment I stepped in the front door, that is, until I saw model #2, I’ll share that one in another post.
Enter from small front porch with board and batten shutters, gray siding, black door and stacked stone.
The kitchen had shaker style cabinetry, grey tiled backsplash and pretty granite.
This island was huge and had blue cabinets.
A giant sized kitchen sink and you can see the granite choice. It had a soft, subtle pattern and felt much less busy than the granite in my kitchen. Of course I liked it….now I want to change everything I have! That’s not gonna happen.
More stacked stone and some pretty built-ins surrounding the fireplace.
Could that rug be from Ballards? Check out the side table, sticks are definitely in style! Behind this chair are the stairs to the lower level.
The master bedroom was filled with light from a wall of windows.
Pretty blue walls in this room.
Pocket doors into the master bath.
A built in storage niche.
A five foot shower with a bench and great looking tile.
These cabinets were a pale grey and the countertop was a plain matte white.
A second bedroom on the main level.
In person this bath was beautiful! I loved the dark tiled floor and the vanity painted taupe.
A peek into the laundry room with marble tiled floors.
Looking up from the lower level.
This is the large family room in the lower level. This house had tons of windows and was full of light.
Someone I might know just hamming it up for a picture. There was a wet bar in this room too.
There is another bedroom and bath on this level. The colors in this tile were the ones used throughout the home.
A workshop was on this level too. It had large windows and a door to the outside! A DIY’ers dream!
This is the home my daughter is building with some changes. They’ve figured out a great floor plan the almost eliminates the hallway and works better for them.
The next model home was decorated completely differently and I’ll be posting that next.
I’m still here in NY, I haven’t really done much moving but I’ve been watching Mia and that is exhausting. She is one little 4 year old who talks non-stop and goes and goes and goes.
Thanks for visiting! Debbie (((xx)))