There’s no slowing of our quest for comforting, at-ease spaces that welcome with a sense of style and luxury. Case in point: the recently remodeled Holladay home featured in Ranch-Style Redo. In a daring decision to overhaul their tired ’80s house rather than to move on to something more suitable for their family, the owners gathered a talented team to transform their old digs. The outcome is spectacular, as shown by the following web-exclusive photos of their reimagined residence.
Owners Reese and Barbie Harper teamed interior Lecate Design’s Catherine Goodsell, Stevens General Contractors and architects Rob White and Clayton Vance to take on the extensive remodel of their 80’s home. The exterior’s wood-shake shingles and warm, tone-on-tone palette introduce the the house’s modern ranch style infused inside and out.
New double doors by Lecate Artisan Doors open to an enlarged entry detailed with V-groove paneling and a new clean-lined staircase.
The front room performs as both a music room and living space for the young family. Wood beams and grasscloth wallpaper add natural texture and materials to the room, fostering its comforting, at-ease vibe. The chandelier is by Oly Studio.
Goodsell used tile and art to deliver a punch of color to a small bathroom. A simple pendant and clean-lined mirror foster the room’s open, airy feeling.
Windows set above the sink frame views to the backyard. The cabinet fronts boast a shaker style updated with modern flair, courtesy of angled panel details.
Designer Catherine Goodsell stands in the kitchen, where marble-veined Neolith delivers timeless pattern to the room’s island top and backsplash. The white-washed wood ceilings and plastered hood help warm the light-filled kitchen. The pendants are by Regina Andrew.
Goodsell fashioned waterfall-style cabinets to give a modern edge to the vanity area. Polished nickel plumbing adds sparkle to room’s earthy palate. Hardware by Rocky Mountain Hardware; custom mirrors are from A Gallery/Allen+Alan Fine Art.
Modern lines and contrasting tones make bold moves in the home’s lover level. A large mirror reflects the room’s natural light and eye-catching decorative details.
A broad wall of custom cabinetry anchors the lower level’s media space. Goodsell decorated with texture-rich accessories to add warmth and comfort to the kick-back area.
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