Street of Dreams Home Caitlin Wilson Design
This article originally ran on REstyleSOURCE on Jauary 12th, 2015…but we’re bringing it back as a part of our #TBT–ThrowBack Thursday–series! A great way to catch up on some of our most stylish posts that you may have missed the first time around, watch this space every Thursday for a different new-old favorite!
Dream in Color
This fantastic Street of Dreams Home designed by Caitlin Wilson Design is one that men and women alike will want to abandon their own homes for and move into. Complete with floor to ceiling light flooding in over the rich hardwood flooring, and combinations of color in every room beautiful enough to make you want to cry, this space is truly one of a kind! Touches of masculine and feminine elements throughout make the space an eclectic rarity; there is a space to call “your own” for everyone. Shop the products featured in the space, as well as some inspired and colorful product picks that coordinate with the space, and see below for what designer, Caitlin Wilson, had to say about her design process.
Do you have a favorite design element or piece in this home? The study is one of my favorite rooms in this home. It’s the first room you see, so I really wanted to create a “wow” factor. The wallpaper, contrasting navy built-ins, LEE Industries mint leather loveseat, and unique furnishings accomplished this statement.
Where did you draw your inspiration from for this house? We knew we wanted to use bold and colorful wallpapers in the space so each room would be inspired by the pattern. This gave each space a strong statement while being bright and airy.
“I wanted this home to make a strong statement, so I carried subtle themes throughout the space with common color families. There is a different shade of pink in each room allowing a cohesive yet bold feel.”
-Designer, Caitlin Wilson, on her design vision
Did you encounter any challenges in creating this unique design? The angles in the kitchen and circular living room made it tricky to plan furniture arrangements. I had to pick unconventional furnishings and have custom built-ins made to fill the space effectively, but in the end I think we were successful!