17 Dec The Everlee Reveal
If I could describe the overall design of The Everlee in one word, it would be FUN. From the barn wood flooring to the black and white tiles, every inch of this home beams with personality! I must admit, this house was my very favorite to design. I’ve been dying to bring that simplistic white and black farmhouse style to Saskatoon.
In a market filled with sleek / modern design, I am so excited to throw something truly unique and creative into the mix. The barn doors covering the built-in coffee bar and pantry are truly one of a kind. Finding hardware that allowed the wood doors to bypass was a task of it own, but the finished product definitely made it worth the search.
The jack and Jill bathroom on the second floor is something you rarely see in Saskatoon in this price range. Growing up in Saint Louis, Jack and Jill bathrooms are extremely popular. My mom and dad’s home has one and I truly loved living in a house where you had direct access to your bathroom from two different rooms. It’s an ideal layout for a family with kids and allowed us to make more space in the bedrooms for larger closets and living space.
Wallpaper was a no-brainer in the master bedroom. The buffalo plaid tied the entire white and black farmhouse theme together and made a perfect accent wall. Purchased from the Magnolia Homes line, I knew it would be a show stopper. If you’re looking to get your hands on some of Joanna’s wallpaper, go talk to my friends at East Side Paints 🙂
Each house we create or renovate is a labor of love. They each have their own personality and unique quirks. Each home we work on we put hours upon hours of planning and preparing to make sure it is as perfect as possible once completed. Today I am reminded of just how blessed I am to do something I’m passionate about. Designing and decorating homes truly makes me happy and the fact that I get to wake up every day and do exactly that, actually blows my mind 💥 I want to encourage everyone reading this to pursue something they love! Life is too short to be miserable 8-10 hours a day. Put your mind to something and make it happen! Let there be no such thing as a back up plan and you’ll be sure to find success 🙂
**Special thank you to Dani from Dani’s Vintage Design’s for providing BEAUTIFUL hand painted furniture for our homes, as well as Sweet Peas & Honey Bees for the unique hand-painted signs and Kinder Surprise Antiques for the one-of-a-kind antiques that really give the house a special touch!
Photography by Hoffman House Photography & Design and Scott Prokop Photography.