Due to its deserted look, Arizona is considered a challenge for architects, interior designers and landscape professionals. This was also the case with the project below, a home remodeled by Prideaux Design. The studio combined beautifully traditional influences with contemporary functionality, and a welcoming, warm place resulted.
Taking the classic principles as a rule, the house offers stability, order and a pleasant feeling of security. Light tones of yellow, beige and brown offer tranquility, while dark hues of brown and blue add accent to the space. When trying to introduce traditional influences at home, pay attention to the style, material and color of the items. If the object is too sophisticated it may not adapt easily to a country side look. Also, when painted in pink, turquoise or any other hot tone, the item will not bring value to a traditional space, but discomfort and surprise. One idea is to look for objects or materials that are timeless. For example, ceramics. Tiles, pots, vases, candle holders, lamps and all the decorative objects that preserved their original look will impregnate the space with distinction.
Tiles of various colors and forms animate the kitchen.
The all-white bathroom is an elegant, feminine place.