In a previous post we showed you a behind the scenes look at this project. With two floors, a kitchen, fireplace, and lots of space for recreation, we had to come up with a plan to keep it consistent, while giving each space its own feel. The name of the apartment complex attached to this rec center is Park 16. We decided it would be fun to take that theme and run with it. Green walls, natural brown trim, and carpet tiles that resemble elevation lines on a map all came together to create the perfect backdrop for our rustic yet sophisticated space. For the fireplace we chose pebble tile for the bottom half, and this amazing cross-cut wooden square tile for the top half. A mosaic backsplash in the kitchen compliments the sage green cabinets perfectly.
The theater needed one of the largest sectionals we’ve ever sold! And it fit perfectly into the space.
Heading up the stairs, we’ve created a great entertaining space with cafe tables, a pool table, a gigantic 90″ flat-screen, and plenty of room to romp around.
We had so much fun with this project: just before all of the furniture and accessories went in, the client came by to check it out and said, “Woah, that’s a lot of green.” With a little trust, we were able to move forward and bring in our rustic elements. Once it came together everyone agreed that the green was the perfect choice for this space. Elegant, rustic, and a bit like a walk in the park.