This beautiful custom home in Farragut’s Bridgemore Community showcases traditional architectural features with modern finishes and materials. The white brick and natural stone exterior provide tremendous curb appeal, while warm wood tones, elegant cabinetry, and picture windows bring the home’s interior to life. The simple and fresh color palette is complimented by plenty of statement lighting, texture, and custom tile designs.
White brick, natural stone, and authentic cedar shake make up a modern exterior palette full of texture and low-maintenance materials. The color scheme was thoughtfully designed to incorporate the cedar shake as it ages from the fresh-cut red tones to timeless weathered gray tones to create a one-of-a-kind exterior.
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Features a mixture of white and gray painted cabinets to bring visual interest to the space while keeping the room feeling light and airy. Marble look quartz counters and an antiqued white backsplash tile bring the two cabinets' colors together. The cool tones contrast nicely with the sand and finish hardwood and dark bronze light fixtures.
White laminated wood shelving fills the master closet in a custom layout designed to give you the perfect space for everything.
Each bathroom in the home was designed as a unique space that brings character to the home. Porcelain tile, designer tile patterns, quartz countertops, and accent lighting bring luxury to each space.
This elegant farmhouse combines understated sophistication with comfort. Dixon Road’s clean color palate and hardwood floors create a warm, inviting atmosphere. The spa master bath and cozy porch are ideal retreats for enjoying a quiet moment, while the spacious living room and kitchen are perfect for entertaining.
The Leighton by Sater Design Collection was redesigned for a narrow lot by repositioning the three-car garage. The custom home’s elegant British Colonial exterior gives way to a far more contemporary interior: streamlined cabinetry and sleek hardware in the kitchen and a glass-enclosed elevator spanning three floors.
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