There’s a lot to like concerning this stunner of a sunlight space; the extraordinary floor tile fireplace, the pops of greenery, the enviable home window situation. Kelsey developed the perfect celebration space for her customers to unwind and kick back with their household.
From Kelsey: This light-filled sun parlor comes from a young family members of five located in Swift Current, a little farming neighborhood in southwest Saskatchewan. When the clients approached me to assist them complete their sun parlor addition, they understood they wanted a brilliant and casual space they might take pleasure in as a family members year round. Given that the clients are grain farmers in the area, we chose a modern farmhouse design with bohemian flair and mid-century undertones that mixed well with the rest of the house.
When trying to find ideas for this area, I was attracted to the idea of using formed ceramic tile as I had seen precede by Emily Henderson as well as Brownish-yellow Lewis. Although I had actually never ever seen formed ceramic tile utilized in a full-height fireplace application, I was delighted when the clients liked the suggestion. We understood if we kept the palette neutral sufficient, the pattern wouldn’t bewilder the room and also a Balkan-inspired, hand-painted print would soften the harsher surfaces located in the glass ceiling and also concrete-looking floor tile floors.
One of the main obstacles in this room was creating the fire place ceramic tile layout – we knew there could be no cuts and no half-patterns – consequently, the framing of the wood-burning fireplace had to be precisely calculated to collaborate with the sizes of the ceramic tile, prior to the floor tile was also provided on-site. We had a custom-made mantle used redeemed barn wood from the town.
Due to the fact that the whole space was originally an outside deck, an additional obstacle in this project was incorporating the existing home windows that were as soon as exterior but now open right into the sun parlor, without drawing way too much attention their method.
Recreation Serge Mouille wall surface lights and clean-lined, wood-armed chairs lean towards a mid-century ambiance while maintaining the space feeling loosened up as well as comfy. A bohemian wall surface hanging, done by a local artist, injects some significant personality and provides a punch of black against the white shiplap wall surfaces seen throughout.
Among my favourite information of the job are the wall surface planters we purchased with a local floral designer – they just seemed to fit the area’s visual so well and I like the way they inject life into the room. A couple of vintage accents and meticulously picked toss pillows finish off the look and provide simply the warm as well as welcoming area this family members was trying to find.
— Brandee Williams (@Brandee_Handled) December 6, 2016
- Fireplace ceramic tile – Tabarka Studio
- Fireplace Mantle – customizeded, One Prairie
- Artisan Floor tile – Julian Floor tile
- Area rug – Loloi
- Rugs Sofas – customizeded, Van Gogh Layouts
- Chairs – 4 Hands
- Coffee table – Four Hands
- Cowhide feces – Loon Optimal
- Wall surface sconces – customized ended up, Pink and Brown
- Wall surface placed planters – Wildflower Florist
- Fire wood holder – 4 Hands
- Buffalo check cushions – custom, Restorative Living
- Black mud cloth cushions – Etsy, Thimble & Cloth
- White mud fabric pillow – Etsy, INDIEbungalow
- Multi-coloured pillows on chairs – DK Renewal
- Wicker baskets: Bloomingville
- Mirror on mantle: Umbra
- Artwork on Mantle: customized, Farmer’s Daughter Interiors