Serenity In Flower Mound
Urbanology Designs, True Homes Photography
Urbanology’s recent transformation of a Texas home all started with a photograph. Their client sent a photo of a woman and child in the woods and said she wanted her house to feel exactly like that photo. Dark accents, greenery, and an elevated organic feeling permeate these warm monochromatic interiors, all inspired by that photo.
BALANCED LIVING // The living room perfectly balances the monochromatic style with the warmth of the wood coffee table, the custom wood built-ins, and shelves. The asymmetry on each side of the fireplace offers a unique moment. The T-shaped black console is a statement piece and very design forward.
KITCHEN CONTRAST // The entertainer’s kitchen is entirely open to the living areas, so it needed to flow with the rest of the home. A black island contrasts with white upper cabinets and is softened by woven bar stools. The pendant lights over the island elevate the space with a touch of gold. A large vase brings in an organic element.
SMALL BUT MIGHTY MUD ROOM // This small space packs a powerful punch with black cabinets and a bench for removing shoes. A floating square shelf adds a place to house keys and other loose items, while bins on the open shelves above conceal hats and gloves.
LIGHT-FILLED LAUNDRY // The laundry room is a softer space, very bright, with lots of different details. The brass rack, the V groove cabinetry, the custom barn door, and the concrete sink add interest and depth, creating a sense of luxury.
BESPOKE BULTER // The custom cabinetry in the butler’s pantry is uniquely designed and offers plenty of storage. The beautiful arched glass doors emphasize the bespoke wood wine racks and display serving ware and glassware. The three long floating shelves complement the other shelving but offer extra space for decor or added storage.