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Our Villa Bonita Project has a fresh vibe with a pretty layering of neutral textures. We used warm woods and layers of white in contrast with metal accents in a modern mix of finishes. Because we were keeping the color palette simple, we knew that each organic element had to be of the highest quality and prettiest design. Brizo is one of my go to sources for bathroom fixtures because they make such a statement. See how we used different finishes in each of the four bathrooms for a look that feels fresh yet timeless.
This week I’ve been sharing images and a few favorite sources from our Villa Bonita Project. On Monday, I shared tile details, and today I want to give you a peek into the design of the kitchen. I love reveal days, because I get to share my work with you and also let you in on designer tips and resources. In the Villa Bonita kitchen, one of the prettiest elements is the polished chrome bridge faucet from Brizo. Brizo is one of my go-to resources for kitchens and bathrooms. Their faucets and accessories are so good with beautiful design and finishes. Take a peek below and see how pretty Brizo looks in this new space.
Today, I am so excited to reveal more about our recently completed Villa Bonita Project, a custom build in St. George, Utah. Villa Bonita is a classic home with clean modern lines and layers of organic textures. We used warm woods, steel windows, and incredible tile from a favorite source, Fireclay Tile. Fireclay tiles are made to order and handcrafted for a finish that makes a space. I wish you could see these rooms in person to experience for yourself how the Fireclay tile adds dimension. It’s so pretty. And although they have the best selection of shapes and color, even their simple white subway tiles elevate the design. Take a peek below to see how we used their tiles throughout this build. For more, read this Villa Bonita Progress post and check back soon for more details about each space. Enjoy!
I recently completed our Villa Bonita custom build project, and I’m excited share some of the resources with you today. One of my favorite parts of this home is the exterior. It’s a crisp, white, clean painted brick with black accents and wood details. The outdoor lighting was a key element to tie the look of the home together. I wanted it to echo the clean lines of the home and have more of a modern, transitional style. Fortunately, we had the opportunity to partner with Lamps Plus for the lighting on this home. The scones I choose from their outdoor lighting collection were the perfect finishing touch for its design. Today, I’m sharing some pictures of the home and the resources for the lighting so you can recreate the look for your own projects.