This St. Louis suburb interior is part of a complete home design project by our architecture and interior design team. The homeowners were not extremely particular as to the style and details, but they did prefer an overall traditional look with some contemporary design elements. Closer to a transitional style concept.
For the homeâ€™s 8,386 square foot interior, our clients were really going for a mixture of design and styles. Traditional moldings and built-ins were planned and designed while accompanied by a more contemporary lighting and fixture selection.
Board and batten wall styles create depth and personality in multiple spaces, including the two-story open staircase. Skylights over the main staircase provide ample natural light during the day. A cascading multi-pendant chandelier is reserved for night illumination and helps seamlessly blend the multiple stories of this home.
Built-ins were designed and incorporated throughout the home for maximum functionality and aesthetics. One main level common area brings together many design elements to create an inviting, warm and elegant living area. A combination of built-in bookcases, board and batten wall accents, a calming fireplace and coffered ceilings completes the feel.
The lower level was designed for entertainment and fun activities. A compact â€śDuckPinâ€ť residential bowling alley with custom fabricated steel and wood pub table with swivel stools creates a perfect gathering space.