We are thrilled to share another stunning home tour, featuring Rachel from @The.Rosie.Home. This modern new build showcases her impeccable style and artistic flair as a floral designer. With a touch of whimsy and a title of “styling sensation” given by mom, every detail is a delight.
The fireplace is the feature in this room. Covered in charcoal colored linear stacked stone, it’s impossible to miss as your eyes are naturally drawn up to the vaulted ceiling. Can you believe Rachel almost went for larger stones? But at the eleventh hour, she switched gears and made the perfect choice. It’s a decision that paid off big time! The thinner stones add just the right touch of charm and make this fireplace a true standout in the space.
Are you looking for the TV in this room? I was too as I was expecting it to be over the fireplace. I turned to the left and saw a stunning piece of art then realized it was a Frame TV. I’ve seen them many times in many home tours but Rachel’s really did trick me. but Rachel’s setup truly had me fooled. Perhaps it’s the strategic placement, the sleekness of the newer model, or the art selection itself. Whatever the secret ingredient may be, I absolutely adore how the TV remains hidden yet readily available as a functional amenity in this space.
PAINT COLORS – Sherwin Williams West Highland White
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We don’t have the exact source for Rachel’s chandelier but we have rounded up some we love from online! Shop Rachel’s home on her LTK linked at end of tour.
The vaulted ceilings continue into the kitchen where you’ll see Rachel’s stunning vent hood that mirrors the fireplace going all the way up to the ceiling. It looks like plaster but it’s really just a drywall technic using a heavy trowel. It’s painted SW Accessible Beige giving it the slightest contrast and making it look even more like plaster.
Another feature of the kitchen I love is the stained cabinets. They’re rich and warm. Rachel mentioned this is one things she was nervous to do but she was so glad she committed to the stain rather than paint. The beams have a same stain color creating a cohesive look.
Rachel mentioned that finding pendants for over the island was touch because not many lights come with chains that can go to a ceiling of that height. The ones she selected are perfect and I never would have guessed she was limited on choices.
Rachel’s coffee/wine bar, also called butlers nook, is one of my favorite features in her kitchen. Also painted Sherwin Williams Accessible Beige, this nook is dedicated but flows from the kitchen well. Her Cafe appliances are stunning and she says they also work great!
PAINT COLORS: Island and Butlers Nook Sherwin Williams Accessible Beige
Hardwood stain: Amber Pine by Minwax
Rachel’s dining room boasts a custom-made, extra-long table that perfectly bridges the gap between the living room and kitchen. This open concept setup is a dream come true for entertaining. But it’s the breathtaking windows that steal the show, offering a gorgeous view of Rachel’s tree-filled backyard that puts any art you could buy to shame.
Get ready to swoon over the primary bedroom’s gorgeous accent wall, painted in the perfect shade of Sherwin Williams Evergreen Fog. I’m seriously obsessed with this color and already plotting where to use it myself! The windows frame the bed and overlook Rachel’s garden which you can see an amazing view of on the video.
On the other side of the room there’s a stylish desk accompanied by a striking floor mirror and an art gallery that oozes curated perfection. Prepare to be blown away by the vintage art pieces on display, each meticulously chosen to create a gallery that dreams are made of. And guess what? Rachel spilled the beans and let us in on her little secret: she snagged the entire art set from the fabulous shop known as North and Finch! If you’ve ever laid eyes on their selections, you’ll understand why this is a game-changer. It’s like having a professional curator handpick the perfect pieces for your space without lifting a finger. The result? Effortlessly chic style that’ll make your heart skip a beat. Trust me, investing in a pre-curated art set is a shortcut to instant sophistication.
A desk is across the room with a large floor mirror and a gallery of art. This gallery looks perfectly curated with vintage art. Rachel shared that she bought the art as a set from the shop North and Finch! I’ve always loved their selections and now I know it’s definitely worth the investment. If you want a collected look in your space without the work this is definitely the ticket.
This was the room that stopped my scroll when I found Rachel on Instagram. I love the placement of the tub in front of the large shower. She has beautiful stained cabinets that make the perfect contrast against the marble floors. I’m not sure if the floors are faux or real but they’re stunning either way.
I love her dark moody cabinets in her laundry room. One cool feature is the door on the back of the laundry room goes to the closet. How convenient.