WRAPPING UP AN ECLECTIC CLASSIC

2015 was a busy year for H2, with projects ranging from designing interior furnishings and decor, to the design and construction of new homes at all stages. Our most time consuming project this past year has been the completion of a new ~4000 sq. ft. home, classically detailed with timeless elements and perfectly nestled within it’s historic surroundings. With a client eager to take risks, the interior is filled with eclectic details, modern color combinations, and over the top luxuries (i.e. a custom designed tub carved out of a solid block of Italian marble!).

To close out this large scale project with a bang, I collected an assortment of the interior elevations I drew up and a handful of the design components which both came together to help form the beautiful home I like to call our Eclectic Classic. Additionally, I pulled in some colorful Instagram pics documenting my favorite part of the process... when the visions in my head begin to come to life!

KITCHEN COMPONENTS, KITCHEN ELEVATIONS 1 thru 3,
KITCHEN ENTRY ELEVATION (glass w/ metal sashes)
and OFFICE ELEVATION 1.

GREAT ROOM COMPONENTS,
LIBRARY ELEVATION 1 and DINING TABLE RENDERING.

POWDER ROOM COMPONENTS.

MUDROOM COMPONENTS and MUDROOM ELEVATION 1.

MASTER BATHROOM + BEDROOM COMPONENTS,  MASTER BATHROOM VANITY ELEVATION and MASTER BATHROOM ENTRY ELEVATION (glass w/ metal sashes).

KIDS’ BATHROOM COMPONENTS and KIDS’ BATHROOM VANITY ELEVATION.

BOYS’ BEDROOM COMPONENTS and DOUBLE TWIN BED ELEVATION 1.

GIRL’S BEDROOM COMPONENTS and TWIN BED + TRUNDLE ELEVATION 1.

BASEMENT KITCHENETTE COMPONENTS and KITCHENETTE ELEVATION.

BASEMENT CABINETRY + FIREPLACE ELEVATION.

BASEMENT GUEST BATH COMPONENTS and BASEMENT MUDROOM CABINETRY ELEVATION 1.

STAIRCASE DETAILS.

EXTERIOR DETAILS.

Hand drawn exterior elevations were created by the incomparable Holden Withington. Holden and I worked together to create a “shell” that addresses the needs of the client, as well as the integrity of the home’s overall design from start to finish.

So nice to get this impressive design and build under our belt. 2016 brings a lot more, so stay tuned…

Happy New Year everyone!

Danielle Bellert