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ASID Feature May 2022: Luxury Hotel Vibes

Apr 28, 2022 05:12PM ● By Bob Patton
black walled bathroom with standing tub and fireplace

Photo by Tom Kessler

The home’s luxurious feel was created using metallic gold tiles, clean finishes, glamorous touches, and high contrast with black walls, black ceilings, and crisp white floors.

This new-construction project in Elkhorn posed a welcome challenge—how does a team of designers meld their clients’ two very different visions for their brand-new dream home into one spectacular design?  Together, designers Kris Patton and Melanie Fuller with Interiors Joan and Associates and R & A Builders worked to create this very special residence.

Photo by Tom Kessler

 The husband envisioned a high-contrast, hotel lounge look for their new home, while the wife craved a comfy, inviting feel. With a young, growing family, they knew that open spaces and great sight lines to keep a watchful eye on the children from all living areas were necessary elements.  

Photo by Tom Kessler

  The home’s luxurious feel was created using metallic gold tiles, clean finishes, glamorous touches, and high contrast with black walls, black ceilings, and crisp white floors. A black tile was used throughout the main floor to give the whole home contrast. The integration of warm woods, a warm natural stone on the fireplace, and warm chestnut accents help ground the home, giving it a livable, cozy feel.

Photo by Tom Kessler

Furniture selection included pieces that had a midcentury style to them, lending a clean, modern feel, while layered details helped add texture and elements of comfort to the the final look.

The clients’ courage to adhere to their own unique tastes and their willingness to trust the designers’ ability to bring those visions to life in a cohesive way allowed this stylish home to come to fruition.

Photo by Tom Kessler

 

Meet the Interior Designer

Photo Contributed

 Melanie Fuller

Allied Member ASID,
Interiors Joan and Associates

Fuller interned at two design firms, garnering diverse experience before joining Interiors Joan and Associates in 2015. She’s been active with ASID since 2006, as well as Young Building Professional Council of the Home Builders Association of Lincoln, Green Omaha Coalition, and Habitat for Humanity Omaha, even being named HFH 2018 Volunteer of the Year. Her design tip: “Mix finishes! I like to create contrast in a space by mixing textures and materials with proportion and scale for an overall fresh look.”

This article originally appeared in the May 2022 issue of Omaha Home. To receive the magazine, click here to subscribe.