Barn & Willow founder Trisha Roy collaborated with Homepolish designer Courtney Lake to redesign Trisha's home. When Trisha and her husband moved in to their cozy home in Menlo Park, they were eager to start designing the perfect home. They brought Homepolish designer Courtney Lake on board to help transform the space into a modern open space concept.
They selected muted neutral tones for the main furniture pieces of the room and decided to add pops of color through certain decor accessories. Our Belgian linen drapes in Natural fit in perfectly with the modern transitional palette of the room.
Naturally, a few decor basics such as the Hot air balloon picture kept on the fireplace mantle, the Indigo printed brush lines pillow along with the white linen pillow with shale piping and the herringbone cotton throw added the much needed pops of color
The bright yellow coffee table topper provides both color and interest. Of course, what interior designer enthusiast's home would be complete without a stack of design magazines, including one of our personal faves, Anthology.
In an effort to create zones within her home, Courtney helped Trisha pick a gray paint for one of the walls of the living room. Some simple geometric art from Minted and the faceted console from West Elm were a natural fit to the room.
Welcome to the open kitchen-TV lounge area: The only major architectural shift in Trisha's home redesign was knocking down a wall between the dining room and kitchen to create a bigger living space and a better flow. The result heightened functionality and breathed fresh life into the modern residence.
They decided to paint the kitchen cabinets a soft grey to compliment the light countertops. Barn & Willow's vintage gray cotton herringbone throw casually thrown on their navy sectional makes this area of the room a perfectly relaxing lounge space.
Trisha and her husband in their beautiful redesigned home
You can tour the house and see how Homepolish helped transform Trisha'h house here