A mix of bold patterns, lively colors and contrasting textures can coexist beautifully—really! Designer Jeff Landry used luxurious materials and refined design details to make this home’s eye-catching elements appear to be made for each other.
In a Deer Valley ski home, designer Jeff Landry brings a masterful makeover by recasting spaces and infusing the house with lively color and lux details. Here are a few of our favorites.
Color goes full throttle in the pattern-on-pattern TV room. Upholstered walls wrap the room in comfort while Holly Hunt daybeds double its functionality and style.
Color, texture and pattern merge in the cozy lounge located by the dining area’s window. Landry layered rugs from Utah Rugs, pumped up the pattern play with leopard-print velvet by Clarence House and assured comfort with the custom loveseat and ottoman by Gregorius|Pineo.
Large, boldly patterned tile in the master bathroom reinforces the home’s recurring black-and-white color pairing. The freestanding tub and plumbing fixtures are from Waterworks; upholstered bench by Holly Hunt.
The colorful ski room offers direct access to the slopes. Landry filled the space with storage and color: custom V-groove walls, open cubbies and drawer-based benches topped with cushions wisely upholstered in an indoor/outdoor fabric by Jim Thompson.
Landry infused the kitchen with charming details including slate blue cabinetry, the V-groove backsplash and ceiling, a live-edge walnut island top and brass-and-glass mesh-fronted cabinet doors. Brass pendants are from Arteriors; swivel counter stools are by Berman Rosetti.
Landry created a new loft from unused space above the original kitchen. Zak + Fox linen draperies lined in matching velvet can be pulled for privacy and sound control. A wall upholstered in Pierre Frey fabric backs a hair-on-hide headboard and floating nightstands custom designed by Landry.
See the whole home here!