Social media stars Brad and Hailey Devine teamed with House of Jade Interiors to create their charming, personalized family home in South Jordan—and we can’t get enough of it. Fortunately, photographer Lindsay Salazar shot many beautiful photos, and we’ve gathered some of those that didn’t make it into our print feature story. Ready to be delighted?
“I wanted it to feel collected and lived in,” says homeowner Hailey Devine. She and husband Brad hired House of Jade Interiors’ Kirsten Krason and Erin Morgan to bring their vision to life. In the great room, a towering modern-style plastered fireplace teams with a live-edge cocktail table, woven cane-back chair, textured fabrics and a flourishing fiddle leaf fig.
The team cooked up many details in the charming kitchen. Concrete-look plaster dresses a back wall fronted by a simple range hood, white cabinetry and open shelves stacked with everyday dishes, art, and handmade pottery. The island is topped with Montclair White quartz and houses cabinets that store the children’s easy-to-access toys.
Simple displays and natural elements help shape a cozy and warm décor the designers describe as a rustic Scandinavian modern style.
The team cloaked the home office in shiplap and dark charcoal paint. “We wanted it to feel separate from our home environment,” Hailey says. Too dark? Not according to Krason, who explains, “The color actually makes the room feel larger.”
Arched doors repeat throughout the house. In the master bathroom, they open to a freestanding tub sitting below a modern chandelier of glass bubbles.
The lower level’s kitchenette features an art wall orchestrated by House of Jade Interiors. Black Mitzi sconces illuminate the art while adding their stylish, simple forms to the mix.
A gallery wall of family photos, stacked antique books and a vintage camera deliver the collected and well-traveled look Hailey and Brad desired for their home office.
The House of Jade design team chose a neutral palette for the décor, relying on bold textures, natural materials and organic forms to drive the design.
The designers used clean-lined pencil molding to create a graphic pattern that details the master bedroom’s walls and ceiling.
The kitchen’s open shelves not only make casual dinnerware easy to reach, but they also display art, pottery and treasured keepsakes.
The Devines created their home’s lower level for family fun. A modern ping pong table provides form and entertainment while nearby, a floor-to-ceiling niche artfully stores stacked firewood.