We launched VIRTUAL ICONIC HAUS to share the beauty of our luxury designer showhouse with the world. Designed to be an in-person tour, we shifted to a virtual approach to honor community responsibility and public health. With some many of us sheltering at home, we hope you will take time to peacefully enjoy beauty, our original intent to support others. In our five-part series, we will celebrate five days of design. Today we feature the thoughtfully designed spaces for family members and visiting friends.
Today we feature the thoughtfully designed spaces for family members and visiting friends.
Mara Green | Mara Interior Design
Designer Inspiration: Inspired by Mid-Century architect Luis Barragan’s belief in vibrant color and shapes, Drewett Works’ minimalistic architecture, paired with our own modern aesthetic, we wanted the space to reflect a modern, clean and natural feel with a hint of playfulness and neutrality. By using clean lines and gentle organic curves, we fused different materials and shapes to achieve a timeless modern bedroom.
We incorporated white and pale neutrals with bold, colorful accents adding depth and contrast while inviting natural light to filter through sheer window treatments. Our color palette derived from the vintage canvas art—pulling these bold colors and shapes into the neutral palette. Elements reminiscent of the Mid-Century Modern characteristics, including nontraditional materials such as mixed wood and metal elements were incorporated to warm up the pale neutral walls. Simple lines in the furnishings compliment the subtle geometric patterns, while keeping with a mostly muted color palette allowing the vibrant accents to add personality.
We designed the bed and nightstands to interlock and create a sense of a form-meets-function feel, while adding pops of vibrant colors, a fun desk chair and whimsical yet bold light fixtures to add an element of playfulness. The modern furniture complimented by an iconic Warren Planter-style lounge chair symbolizes chic sophistication from this era. Aiming to have a sense of structure with geometric elements and introducing personality through art, lighting, bedding and accessories, we anchored the space while fusing the overall design.
Ashley Stewart | OCD AZ
Designer Inspiration: An organized home is the pathway to living an organized life. When creating the pantry and entryway for the Iconic Haus, we wanted to create spaces that are organized, livable and beautiful. We truly believe that having organization in your home, makes room for more headspace. The vision for the ICONIC HAUS was to use products that complement the aesthetic of the home and at the same time be functional. We designed these spaces with the intention to inspire the viewers but also make it attainable to recreate
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Kirsten Holmstedt | Treasure in the Detail
Designer Inspiration: At Treasure in the Detail, our signature style is warm, modern, cohesive and delightful. While every project is entirely unique, we have woven a level of warmth cohesively throughout our portfolio. Timeless materials presented in a playful and modern way that make a home feel polished yet inviting and restful. The inspiration behind our space for the Laundry Haven was reflective of just that. The hardscape selections include cool tones mixed with black and white finishes which allowed for flexibility and creativity in the overall design creation while still sanctioning a cohesive story with the rest of the modern home. We love working with neutral pallets while adding in pops of pattern and color to make our designs inviting and fascinating. The laundry room was a perfect space to create this experience. We love how the plaid wallpaper complements the rich tones in the cabinetry while also infusing the space with a modern and spirited edge. The artwork was selected to tie in a minimalist Mid-Century element. The accessories mixed throughout the space not only provide a functional component but deliver texture, depth, and warmth against the cool tones in the finishes.
Jaimee Rose | Jaimee Rose Interiors
Designer Inspiration: A bedroom should be an enveloping experience where you’re comforted and surrounded by luxuries. It’s a place that quiets the mind—a “white space,” if you will.
Inspired by this idea, Jaimee Rose Interiors fashioned a bedroom where the black wallpapered walls and black painted ceiling retreat and fade away, and layered white textures, shape and form to build an atmosphere of sophisticated, serene calm.
Black grasscloth wallpaper creates the base note, and a gold dome pendant floats above. A playful equine-footed, four-poster bed adds lightheartedness and vertical form. Textural chairs at the foot of the bed create a cozy place to read or relax. Generous nightstands, layered lighting and art that allows the eye to dream all combine to boost function and form. Sheer white draperies add to the feeling of floating in space.