Design Spotlight: Chateau on Central Abode

Design Spotlight: Chateau on Central Abode

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Walk through this bold Chateau on Central abode with Brad Leavitt, president of Scottsdale’s AFT Construction.

Kitchen “Working with [interior design firm] SB Design Scottsdale, we wanted to create a large and open kitchen. The island is always one of the main focal points of the kitchen. For this reason, we created an extremely large island with double waterfall edges. The kitchen also features Wolf and Subzero appliances. The large windows over the sink give this space plenty of natural light. Custom trim work was installed around the windows and the wall was painted black to match the 10-foot-tall cabinetry. Wood flooring was then installed throughout the entire floor.”

Guest Bedroom “There are so many ways to accent a headboard or focus wall. We wanted to do something very different for this guest bedroom. The accent wall features small rectangular blue fabric panels. Each panel was installed individually and custom measured for a perfect fit. The soft texture and clean lines really make this room ‘pop.’”

 

Master Bathroom “The master bathroom is one of our favorite rooms in the home. Due to the size of the quartz countertops in this bathroom, we had to carefully plan and detail the logistics and spacing to even bring the product into the space. As you can see from the picture, there are custom waterfall edges that fit perfectly between each cabinet vanity. The opening creates a perfect sitting area for makeup and hair styling. To accent the space even further, we installed a ‘tile rug’ that runs the full length of the bathroom. The large shower and glass surround really makes the bathroom appear even larger.”

Living Space “We always try to design and construct a home with a large gathering and entertaining space near the kitchen. The great room is a large space that features similar sofas directly across from each other. The main fireplace is constructed with precast concrete panels. Each panel was installed individually and then grouted to give its current appearance. Textured fabric wallpaper was installed on both sides of the fireplace to accent the space. Wood flooring was installed throughout the entire space and it was accented by a lush rug underneath the coffee table.”

Office “The office was designed on the first floor to make a statement as people enter the residence. Each of the walls were customized with wood paneling and then painted gray. Crown molding and flat baseboard was installed to continue the wood panel look. Each of the wood panels behind the desk was designed specifically for the custom mirrors centered between each panel. There are 12 custom mirrors in total. And although not completely pictured, the tile floor features a two-tone intricate design.”

Pros to Know:

AFT Construction aftconstruction.com.

SB Design sbdesignaz.com.

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