Midway Remodel

Last year we got an new client inquiry from the sweetest couple who needed a renovation of their older mountain home.  Their kitchen didn’t reflect their transitional style.  We discussed doing new cabinetry, moving the microwave to the island, doing a new backsplash and all new appliances. We kept the alder crown molding to keep some of the rustic feel. We partnered with Killowen Construction for this remodel.  Here is a look at the before!

This new kitchen feels like a breath of fresh air. We couldn’t be happier with it. It’s not a huge kitchen but it proves how far custom cabinetry can take a space.

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House of Jade Interiors | E-Design Sale

Here at House of Jade Interiors, we do e-designs for all types of spaces; entryway, living room, dining room, bedroom, bathroom, kitchen and even outdoor spaces. With the e-design, you’ll receive an initial consult, where we’ll discuss what your needs and wants are as well as the overall style you’re looking to achieve. After that, our team will come up with a design board so you can get a sense of how the space will look upon completion and a shopping list so that you can purchase the items and get them into your space at your own pace. The best part of our e-design service, is that you can live literally anywhere and we can still help you get the beautiful design look you want!

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Floating Shelf Round-up

We love to add floating shelves in kitchens to help break up the cabinetry and make the space feel more open without losing storage space. Open shelving also creates the perfect spot for styling favorite artwork and accessories to add character to a space.

For the shelving in our One Room Challenge project, we went with a warm wood to contrast against the white cabinetry. Placing them by the window helps keep the area around the sink light and bright.

Since the lower and upper cabinets in our Traverse Mountain Modern project were already contrasting, we went with white open shelves to keep the space cohesive. Keeping the upper shelving and cabinets the same color keeps the space from being too busy and hard on the eyes.

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Kaysville New Build – Basement Reveal

Our Kaysville New Build  basement was so much fun to design.  With a family of four boys we knew each of these living spaces would be getting a lot of use.  We envisioned creating a basement that felt welcoming and functional for guests.

This basement kitchenette is small so we wanted it to pack a punch! Typically we play more with color and pattern in a basement design because the basement is often where the fun takes place in a home.  Originally we planned to take the patterned tile up the island front but once we realized how small the island would be we opted for the floor instead.

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Last Week’s Links

We recently found Benjamin Vandiver and are loving his gorgeous work.  How amazing is this moody breakfast nook?

1. Looking for an inexpensive skin routine that doesn’t break the bank?  We love this Burt’s Bees moisturizer.  It’s light but penetrates deeply to keep skin hydrated, even in this dry Utah weather.  We’re loving this night time cream too.

2. We want to live in this skirt all summer long.

3. We love Carly Waters’ approach to “Warm Minimalism.”  This room looks so cute and cozy.

4. Looking for an all natural body wash for your kids?  Try Puracy!  Their Orange Vanilla sent is so yummy and it leaves their skin super soft and hydrated.

5. Have you been following along as we reveal our Kaysville New Build?  You can read the intro post, the kitchen and dining reveal, the living room and office reveal, the master bedroom and bathroom reveal, and the breezeway/laundry/mudroom/craftroom reveal to get all caught up before we reveal the rest of this stunning home.

6. This shop has such beautiful faux flowers, it’s hard to believe they’re not real.  We’re loving these poppies, these yellow apple pear stems, and these French roses.

7. Such a great top to carry you through the rest of the summer and transition into the fall.

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This citrus salad with the seed and nut crunch

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Kaysville New Build – Boys Bedrooms and Bathrooms Reveal

In the Kaysville New Build we had four boy’s rooms to design! We didn’t want to just throw together three generic room. We wanted each of them to be a reflection of the boys, their interests and the things that made them unique.

Our first space was the oldest boys room. This son loves football, the military and is really patriotic.  We did custom bookshelves framing the bed to give places to store items and display keepsakes.

Desk / Airplane Print / Framed Flag / Plaid Pillow / Map / Wall Sconce /

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Affordable Rug Round-up

When it comes to choosing a rug, you want to make sure that it not only looks good, but is durable.  Because rugs are usually used in high traffic areas, they need to be able to withstand the natural wear and tear as well as be able to either hide stains and dirt well, or repel them easily.  As you get into larger sizes, rugs can get pricey, often costing thousands of dollar, or even tens of thousands.  So today, we’ve rounded-up several dozen affordable rugs that don’t skimp on style and provide the durability you need in your home with options to fit any style and in many different sizes.  We put together a few of our favorites, but make sure to check out the links below the images for all the rugs we’re loving from each shop!

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Last Week’s Links

photography by Amy Bartlam | kitchen designed by JDP Interiors

You know how we feel about patterned tile.  This kitchen, designed by JDP Interiors, stopped us mid-scroll.

1. This Italian Hillside painting (as seen in our One Room Challenge reveal) by artist Elisabeth Larson is a favorite of ours.  We also love that Minted not only does the framing for you, but that they offer so many wonderful options so you can truly customize it for your space.

2. Love the look of unlacquered brass but hate the price?  Architectural Digest explains here how to get the raw brass hardware you want without the hefty price tag.

3. A cute way to remind all of us to wash our hands.

4. Loving these slip-on sandals.  The color goes with everything and the buckle adds a fun detail.

5. This linen duvet is so dreamy.  It’s cozy and so beautiful in person, and even though it started out soft, it’s just gotten softer with each washing!

6. How cute is this off-the-shoulder swimsuit?!

7. McGee and Co recently launched their upholstery line and we think this leather sofa is so beautiful.

8. These Sun Squad kids’ chairs at Target are so cute!  We especially love the ice cream cone, yum!

9. Can’t quit making and snacking on these delicious powerballs.

10. Have you seen Kate Marker’s Leo Cottage? We are dying over every detail!

11. We love these earrings by Millie Mae.

12. This bandana is so pretty!  The print is so cute and the color will wear perfectly throughout summer and even in the fall.

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Kaysville New Build – Breezeway/Laundry/Mudroom/Craftroom Reveal

All along the front of the Kaysville new build are some of the more utilitarian spaces in the home. With a large family we knew the laundry, craft and mudroom would get a lot of use so these spaces were very thoughtfully designed.

For our farmhouse laundry room we chose to do the cabinets in a light gray with a beautifully designed tile floor. The floor is definitely the star in here so we kept everything else pretty simple.

Our client’s mudroom is in white but has been warmed up with an exterior wood door and wood drawers under the bench. While the tile may look like a natural slate it’s actually a navy cement tile.  We wanted this room to play off of the adjacent blue kitchen. And how cute is the dog wash station?!

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