Another project that we were so proud to collaborate on during such an unsure year, was our Foxfield project. Nestled on a quiet street in Yorba Linda, this stunning family home was full of character, but just a bit too outdated for this young family and their goals for their home. When we spoke to our client about her goals for this home, it was clear that there was a need for peaceful energy and welcoming comfort in their new space. That became our biggest priority, and although each project has it's surprises we were so honored with the opportunity to transform this house into a home for our clients.
the Entry + Piano Lounge
Upon entrance of this home are beautiful sightlines and crisp hues. Paying homage to family members who have passed, a simple photo gallery flanks a grand stair case, all balancing what used to be a formal living room, now being used as a piano lounge for music and conversing.
With light pouring in, this dining room easily is a crowd favorite. Cool linen drapes, rustic farmhouse table and a classic pin stripe make this simple space so sophisticated.
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the GREAT ROOM
Building a dedicated homework station into the great room was another pandemic centric request. Making our homes more functional has been the name of the game these days, and quaint styling moments are not more important that actually usable space. Thankfully, we were able to fit both. Our custom plaid chaise helps us to divide that homework zone with some kid friendly lounging.
So proud of every beautifully curated moment in our Foxfield project. Stick around for the Round Up this weekend and subscribe to learn more about Kennedy Cole Interior Design and other upcoming projects!