Street of Dreams is coming to an end – wow time flies! This year has truly been an absolute pleasure to be a part of, particularly because Garrison Hullinger Interior Design designed two of the five homes this year. I wonder what is in store for next year. I am such a fan of the street for various reasons, but one of the leading reasons is that I get to see all of my talented coworkers come together to create two insanely beautiful houses that feel like home. With only 11 days left in the show, I’m going to reveal more of our Blackstone Edge photography and tell you about some of my favorite design features in each of the spaces.
Multi-Generational Living Makes This Home Their “Forever Home”
Welcome to one of the two Street of Dreams homes that we designed, this is Trillium. The beamed 18-foot vaulted ceiling runs from exterior to the covered outdoor living space, visually connecting each element. The Flor carpet tiles add texture, color and help define the entryway as it flows into the open floorplan living room, kitchen and kitchen nook.
An open great room, breakfast nook and kitchen flow into the large formal dining room and butler pantry.
Are you loving the fish tank? People seem to be luke warm on having a fish tank in your kitchen nook, but this design feature just goes to show that every one of our designs is truly tailored to every client.
This home boasts extensive upgrades such as Wolf and Sub-Zero kitchen appliances to be included in their gourmet kitchen, Toto kitchen and bath fixtures, stone surfaces and locally made custom cabinets.
A Home Made For At-Home Entertaining Year-Round
“It feels just like home” is the comment everyone has made upon entering this year’s Street of Dreams house, The American Spirit. With its comfortable, sophisticated, and ageless design, the home creates a sense of warmth and belonging among all who visit.
Inspired by the Pacific Northwest coast, the home’s charm starts outdoors demonstrated in its flawless curves and edges, textural siding and stone facades. Within the home we included classic design elements such as a worn wooden ceiling detail in the entry that extends to the expansive great room.
It is also perfect for entertaining guests because of its seamless indoor-outdoor living space, which is separated by a wall of folding glass doors.
If you’re in the Oregon/Washington area, are you convinced to go see these beautiful homes in person, before it’s too late? While you’re in the home, you can meet our staff, enter to win a shopping spree at Hullinger Home, or visit our store to purchase/order your very own home decor and furniture!
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