Today we're thrilled to share a preview of a very special project we've been working on (alongside the Lola Interiors team!) for unofficial Cape House family members, the Korman family. The Korman family is moving to the beach and we couldn't be happier for them!
It all starts outside. The exterior of the home perfectly blends homeowner Nicki's classic taste with modern coastal touches perfectly suited for Amelia Island living. An oversized front porch, calming paint colors and bold light fixtures make for a warm Southern welcome! What's not to love?!
Inside the home the focus is on the families favorite gathering place - the kitchen! With two young boys and a big heart for entertaining, this space will get plenty of use! In true Cape House fashion we've mixed blue hues, warm wood tones and a pop of gold to ensure the space is timeless, bright, and airy!
A detail we love: The kitchen cabinetry isn't all white (all though we adore that look too!) - the island boasts the most beautiful shade of blue! It's the perfect pop of color and can easily be updated down the road.
Pro tip: When selecting counter or bar stools for busy families with young children, we appreciate options without upholstery for easy cleanup after meals and snacks.
Right off of the kitchen you'll find the main living area. We've mixed navy blue fabric on our favorite recliners with light white-washed wood tones, creamy leather and an oversized woven coffee table for a collected yet pulled-together look. We definitely played favorites in this living space by including our all-time favorite console table, the Bungalow 5 navy grasscloth end table we can't get enough of and our favorite CR Laine upholstered pieces.
A detail we love: The colorful rug! It's definitely the focal point of the space and the perfect way to disguise kiddo messes.
Pro tip: We're big fans of mixing fabric and leather in large spaces! It keeps the room interesting without going overboard on pattern.
Excited to see the end product? We'll be sharing more of the Korman Casa right here on the blog next month so stay tuned!