A hallmark of Elizabeth’s skills includes field modifications to cabinetry design and construction details that truly enhance the aesthetic of the home. She redrew the kitchen cabinetry design to allow for a more open accented view with the added sconces on each side of the sink overlooking the back yard. She also moved the range to center it in the kitchen and moved the refrigerator to allow more space to enter the pantry.
For the living space, Elizabeth kept the fireplace nice and traditional to compliment the waterproof wood laminate flooring. With the addition of a tray ceiling and wooden beam accents, Elizabeth brought in the warmth of wood on the oven range in the kitchen to keep a consistent flow in the large multi-use space.
An upgraded carpet with the softness and appeal of a rug was selected for the master closet. The other carpets throughout the home are a Pet Proof loop cut texture in a pure color with a luxury feel underfoot and a pattern that mimics a rug. These carpets were selected due to their high resiliency to wear better, hide foot tracks, and look great for years.
The master bath features a waterproofed, zero entry shower with large format tile to show the vein patterns of the marble.
Multiple attention to detail is seen in the crackle backsplash in the kitchen and shower niche mosaic, as well as the porcelain tile floors featuring unique hexagon pattern in the half bath. All of these details elevate the style and bring a custom look to this stunning new construction.
– ADC Interior Design Specialist: Elizabeth Cockrell in collaboration with Holland Harkins, ADC Junior Interior Designer
– Home plan by House Plan Zone
– Built by Richard Hiatt Construction
– Countertops from Stoneworks of MS
– Tile installation by Gildun Custom Showers and Flooring