With views as stunning as these, it’s no wonder the family wants to enjoy the desert oasis right from the comfort of their own home.
You know what they say, “Location, location, location.” But we’re here to say that location means nothing if you don’t have a spectacular view, which is why we’re in awe of the desert oasis that is the Views For Days home in Cave Creek, Arizona.
Kaitlyn Wolfe, Owner and Principal Designer of Iconic Design + Build, and the firm’s interior design team worked with the homeowners to transform the home into something not only inspirational but also functional. After making the move to Arizona from California, the homeowners reached out to the team at Iconic Design + Build with one goal in mind—to take the contemporary home and make it more comfortable and kid-friendly. And, with the views that this home features, it’s understandable that the family would want to enjoy them as comfortably as possible!
Wolfe and her team were ready to bring the vision to life.
“Whenever we are brought in to design the interiors of a home that has just been remodeled, we need to ensure that it aligns with the aesthetic we are bringing in,” Wolfe says. “We changed lighting fixtures throughout, however, we wanted to make sure the majority of the hard surfaces would work for the design. Between the light tile floors, walnut cabinetry and white walls, we knew it would be a great base layer to the design.”
The Iconic Design + Build team incorporated many colors and textures into the home, finding their inspiration from the surrounding desert oasis.
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The clients’ impeccable taste in classic Mid-Century Modern design also played a big part in the overall look. They had some pieces reupholstered that they wanted to incorporate into the home’s new look, bringing some personalization to the project. The Iconic Design + Build team also had some of the clients’ artwork professionally framed to curate gallery walls and art moments throughout the home as a way to showcase all of the beautiful art they have collected over the years.
The home’s primary bedroom, on the other hand, was given more of a moody interior design edge. The room’s concrete walls were executed with plaster and the team added sconces over the vintage nightstands to tie it all together.
But, it’s no doubt that the most breathtaking room of all is the one with the best view.
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“It's so hard to beat the great room because of the views of the negative edge pool overlooking the desert,” Wolfe gushed. “When the doors are wide open, you feel immersed in nature."
“It’s so hard to beat the great room because of the views of the negative edge pool overlooking the desert,” Wolfe gushed. “When the doors are wide open, you feel immersed in nature. The living room furniture is so comfortable that it’s just a place you want to hang out and relax.”