This project was one that almost did not happen. The house was built in the ‘90s and had a distinctly Western ranch style. The homeowner was ready to sell and find something that aligned more with her style, but lead designer Lisa Wallace of Lisa Wallace Interior Design had a vision for the home.
Luckily, the homeowner was able to catch a glimpse of Wallace’s vision and decided to hand her the design reins. Working in tandem with contractor Robert Favor from Alpha Construction, nearly the entire footprint of the home was reworked to create a space that met the homeowner’s needs.
Like most projects, the design evolved throughout the process. “It started out transitional with a Scandinavian feel,” Wallace said. “As the design developed, it took on a Southern coastal vibe as well.”
Whatever you call the style, the space is cozy and comfortable and strikes the perfect balance of being both livable and elegant. Wallace opted to add plenty of texture throughout the home for visual interest, and the result is nothing short of stunning.
From custom lighting in almost every room to thoughtfully chosen fabrics made to withstand the day-to-day wear of real life, this home practically begs you to pull up a seat and stay awhile — do not mind if we do!