Hacienda Para Siempre - Forever Home New-Build

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What We Did: Home Layout and Design Input, Whole House New Construction Finishes, Fixtures, and Materials Selections, Paint, Artwork, Murals

¡Bienvenido a nuestros clientes hacienda para siempre!  Welcome to our clients forever home!  Sally’s unique multi-cultural background and expansive experience living all over the world were brought to bear with the most delightful results in this project. 

Do you ever wish you could feel like you’re on vacation while you’re in your own home?  Our clients wanted to feel from the moment they cross the threshold as if their new ranch style home were situated on the Spanish Mediterranean coast.  We worked alongside Sadler Construction, a local Cary, NC builder that focuses on Accessible Construction to make their dream home come to life with hacienda-inspired details, while ensuring it will be safe and accessible for them to enjoy for many years to come.

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                        The Color Palettes
Kitchen: Turquoise, creamy white, gray, black, cobalt, terra cotta, warm woods
 
Butler’s Pantry / Hallway: Terra cotta, turquoise, cobalt
 
Passageway to Kitchen: Terra cotta, cream, warm wood finish

Great Room: Warm neutrals, saddle brown leather, red cherry wood, copper, iron, antique gold, rich cream, poppy red, rust, aquamarine, teal, cobalt, royal blue

Dining Room: Creamy white, poppy red, sand, mocha wood finish, brass, iron, turquoise, ocean blue, cobalt

Master Bedroom: Rich cream, ocean blue, walnut wood finish, teak, cerulean blue, ivory, koi red, tangerine, seafoam green, pearled beige leather, pale aqua, brass, iron, leafy green, driftwood

Master Bathroom: Terra cotta, taupe, cream, cobalt, touches of turquoise

Foyer / Mudroom: Rich cream, light terra cotta, caramel gold, black metals, rose red

Hallway / Guest Bedrooms: Ocean blue, rich cream, turquoise

Guest Bath: Turquoise, cobalt, taupe, cream

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This Project’s “Don’t Miss” Details

The arched doorways and coved corners

The stucco wall finish in the main living areas


The richly stained doors, door frames, and hallway baseboards


The exposed ceiling beams


The iron / black metal hardware and scrollwork details on the front door and in the lighting


The gorgeous semi-custom Talavera-style tiles throughout the home


The custom dining table with custom tile Inlay from Woodleaf Studios


The dining room’s console table in glass, iron, and mirror finishes from Butler Specialty


The murals in the great room and dining room by Murals Your Way that provide dreamy Spanish Mediterranean “views”


The mix of modern and traditional artwork hung throughout the home lends timeless style


The Murano glass bowl from La Petit Tresor and glass bottles with stoppers from Ivy Cottage Collection adding hits of blue green to the shelving display


The great room’s saddle brown leather sofa with red cherry wood finish legs and old gold nailhead trim from Leathercraft


The vibrant red and blue paint colors of the hallways off the great room in Sherwin Williams’ Foxy and Lobelia


The custom resin, recycled glass, mirror, and mother of pearl kitchen island countertop we designed for our clients to be reminiscent of the mountainous coastline of the Spanish Mediterranean; made by Environite Southeast, the 11-foot long island includes a lower level for accessibility


The master bedroom’s Japanese-influenced style, complete with koi painting from Robert Kent Galleries, tower floor lamp made of textured paper inlaid with natural dried leaves, and a driftwood base from Eangee, and an antique Japanese blanket cabinet chest in a medium wood finish with brass detailing from Chairish


The master bath’s terra cotta-like tile


The foyer’s eye catching "2 Women" artwork


The aging-in-place details such as zero thresholds, LVT flooring (a softer surface in case of falls), wider doorways, varied levels of counters and cabinets in the kitchen and baths