Mountain Green Model
We just snagged a few photos from the real estate agent of a home we finished recently with Truvian Homes (we wrote about another Truvian Project here) and we wanted to share them with you. We haven't staged or furnished the home yet but we wanted to show you some of the upgrades and little modifications we made to help this house stand out. This community is in more of a rustic setting and we wanted the home to reflect that while maintaining the fresh feel that we are known for. We've kept most of the finishes and fixtures standard and only upgraded on a few key places to really get the biggest bang for the buck.We were limited to earth tones on the exterior (which isn't what we naturally gravitate towards) but we still wanted the home to pop. We added rusty red accents to give us the pop we were after. The crisp white trim keeps the exterior fresh and current.This home has a large entry which is a big bonus. We added a little architectural detail and little separation from the great room with an arch and columns. The double french doors help to bring in some desperately needed natural light. We also broke up the wall of closets with a built in bench. Open railings keep the space open and airy.There's a little powder room off the entry. We went with a charming tilt mirror rather than the typical builder grade mirrors.We love to treat ceilings especially vaulted ceilings. The beams in this room add a rustic touch while still being refined. We touch advantage of the tall ceilings with the mantel. The double sided fireplace is a nice perk.The kitchen features travertine tile, warm perimeter cabinetry and a green island.We tucked a multi purpose purpose hutch around the window. Some may use it as a desk but I would use to display my favorite dishes and use it more as a dining hutch. Love the view from the dining area.The view from the deck is amazing. We selected simple black railings so the railing recedes and the focus is the view.The master bedroom is another example of our obsession with ceiling treatments. This is a really affordable way to get some impact and architectural detail on your ceiling.We went with the tilt mirrors in the master bath as well. I love the charm they bring.We mixed travertine and slate for a bit of a rustic feel.My favorite part about this house though is the surrounding. It is close to the hustle and bustle of the city but has the tranquility of the country.This picture alone would probably sell my husband on this community.The Cottonwoods also has a ton of great amenities.This home is currently for sale and their are many more lots and plans to pick from. Drop us a line if you'd like any more info or if you'd a little help making your home pop.