Happy September! I’m only semi-okay that this month is here because it is my birth month, and I remind my husband of it daily throughout the entire month when I want to get my way 😉
As I mentioned in last week’s weekend recap, I attended the Omaha Street of Dreams two weekends ago with a few neighbor friend. To be honest, there was really only one home that blew me away from top to bottom and today I wanted to share a tour of the home and ideas on how you can create a similar look!
Word on the street this is that this home was custom built for a family moving to Omaha from Chicago. It was clear there was a very industrial vibe going on, but in a chic, warm way. This was also one of the few times I legitimately loved black walls. My next door neighbor was on the tour with me and this is her exact floor plan but in a totally different style. It was fun to walk through an compare the differences!
One quick sidenote: we attended the last day of the Street of Dreams, which meant there were anywhere from 50-150 people in each home. This one was no exception. So, my pictures are quick iPhone snaps as I got brief breaks in traffic. But, I think it’s pretty clear just how beautiful this home is, even without professional photography.
To me, industrial can read a bit cold, trying-to-hard, urban hipster to me. However, this home demonstrated how industrial can be used in a warm setting with a polished and glam vibe while keeping a laid-back feel at the same time. I feel like both the builder and designer (a husband and wife pair) did an amazing job of making this home feel authentic and truly like a home. What I loved about this home is that it didn’t feel typical “Omaha” to me and I also felt like so many people claimed it as their favorite, with an appeal to the masses – making it an easy favorite this year.
Builder: Falcone Homes
Designers: Falcone Hybner Design
Home Type: 1.5 Story
Price: Base price $520,000 + lot + options (my guess is with these options and lot it was $800k+)
Finished Square Footage: 3481
Under the images of each room I’ve rounded up similar items to recreate the look (where applicable) – just click the image to be take to the site with more information. Enjoy the tour!
The formal dining room was right off the entryway and was a gorgeous combination of black walls, red brick, exposed wood beams and blingy details. It was such a stunning space!
The kitchen with an open floor plan from the entry into the living room and breakfast nook. Take note of the gorgeous distressed wood ceiling, sconces over the windows and open shelving and the quartz countertops (they made me seriously think an alternative to Carrara marble was possible – I think this may have been the Cambria Lyra or Torquay version).
The breakfast nook off of the kitchen and living room:
Off the breakfast nook is this covered patio and TV area.
Moving back inside to tour the living room, I noticed the gorgeous floors.
The master bedroom was on the main floor, just past the living room:
Gorgeous wall trim in the master bath:
The mudroom and main floor laundry off the master bedroom:
The powder bath flooring:
The main floor is essentially a big loop. You go from the entryway to the formal dining, to the kitchen, to the breakfast nook and/or living room, to the master bedroom to the master bath, to the master closet to the main floor laundry, mudroom and then back to the entry. You then go up to the upstairs (of to the side of the entry).
There is a large loft/hangout area in addition to the three bedrooms. How amazing are the sconces on the shutters?!
Loved the detail on one of the upstairs bathroom cabinets:
The upstairs desk area had more of that gorgeous brick and featured a bit more of an industrial vibe:
Lastly, that fun little balcony room you see off the front of the house – what a heavenly little reading room!
You can watch the entire video tour of this home as well! I hope you enjoyed this tour as much as I did. It was such a unique and beautiful home!
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