Today we’re showing you the first part of it. Meet the entry and dining room of our SM Ranch House.
It’s always so cool to see a project take over two years, and by the end of it we’re still in love with it. And that’s what happened here! At the start, our clients wanted classic tradition, cozy, cabin. With lots of texture, warm whites, and iron details.
We lined the hallway with a rustic, industrial light that makes a statement but isn’t over the top.
Under the lights is a one-of-a-kind vintage runner. It’s soft, warm, and muted to compliment the wooden floors and natural light.
And the entry way opens up to the dining room. We worked with the architect to create an open dining space that felt like its own space. The arrangement of the beams do just that.
We did two metal light fixtures to compliment the tone-on-tone action with the beautiful wooden table and chairs.
We layered in a rug that was neutral, but brings out every single neutral color you see in the space.
The dark stain on the built-in contrasts against the warm tones beautifully. The open wall space provides a styling opportunity, while the rest is storage space for dinnerware and utensils.
A picture light really frames the artwork and makes it feel special. We chose to go dark, even though the built-in is dark, for a moody effect. It offsets the lighter artwork.
Stay tuned for more webisodes and photo tours!
White dove, Benjamin Moore!
You have impeccable taste and an excellent eye for design. A winning combination that shines through in these gorgeous spaces. Thank you for sharing!
You’re too kind!! Thank you for watching!!
Amazing, inviting dining "room". Pots on table/metal of pendants combine so well.
Thanks Jean!! 🙂
So many beautiful pieces in this home!
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I love this design! Any chance you can share what the stain color on the timber beams is? And what type of wood was used?
Fantastically beautiful and so comfortable. I would love to live here. Where are the floors from? brand and color, please?
Beautiful spaces! What are the stems used in the vase on the built-in?
Gorgeous home! Can you share the floors and the stain for the beams please?
We had it custom made unfortunately!!
I LOVE all the design details on this project. Would you mind sharing where the dining room bench seating is from? Thank you!
Thank you so much! They’re actually custom made!
So, so pretty! Well done! Can you please share any detail re: drapes in the dining room? They are stunning!
Dining chairs? Where did you find them?
What stain is on the interior doors? Beautiful!
We had it custom made for the owners 🙂
The dining space is perhaps my favorite space that you have EVER created. It’s perfection. The tone-on-tone, the balance, the texture. PERFECT.
Thanks for taking in all the details Jess! Xo
Love love love!!! Can you share the dimensions of the dining room rug and living room rug? Are they both the Lyon hand knotted?
What is the wood species of the floor and of the wood beams? Thanks!
Who was the architect for the ranch house?
Beautiful!! What’s in the paint color of the dining room built in, please?
Love this! Can you please share the wood species and stain used?
Love the ottomans in the dining room. Can you share where you found them? Also, tried to buy the rug in that room however the link doesn’t work. Do you still sell it?
Great work! Who was the architect for this project?
I truly love when I look at an interior and can feel the exterior elements flow delicately from the outside in. Such as a paint brush gliding from one side of a canvas to the other seemlessly blending colors and texture.
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