Williamson James Homes recently completed this home in Creekside Estates and TurnKey & Truss was able to consult throughout the entire design process, we are so excited to walk you through the finished product! The client wanted a lodge style home so we bridged the gap between traditional lodge inspired finishes and a modern feel to create the perfect balance.

The entryway is inviting and keeps to the integrity of the lodge feel with a knotty alder natural finish front door. Main wall color: Palace White by Benjamin Moore | Trim Color: Mascarpone by Benjamin Moore

The Dining Room was designed as an open concept with exposed beams framing the focal point chandelier. You can also catch a glimpse of the beautiful globe style foyer chandelier. Lighting provided by Kelly’s Lighting | Wood Floor: Dansk Pacific Coast Longboard, White Huntington Beach

The lodge style fireplace was the focal point of the great room with its beautiful masonry work, arched style facade and reclaimed beam mantel, a piece Patti hand picked. Fireplace Rock: Teton Shadow Rock by Eldorado Stone


This image captures the amazing exposed beams in the vaulted great room. The Cherry hood and island were finished in a dark stain which perfectly accented the rich granite choice and contrasted the cream cabinetry. Granite Selection: Delecatus Brown | Cabinet Color: Antique White by Sherwin Williams

The kitchen was designed to keep with the open feel and showcase the craftsmanship of the home, the ceiling breadboard was a favorite finishing touch. The pot filler and faucet were selected to bring a modern twist to the home. Kitchen Backsplash: Tumbled Stone Travertine | Pot Filler Finish: Oil Rubbed Bronze | Faucet Finish: Antique Steel


In keeping with the lodge theme throughout, exposed beams were also installed in the master suite. Wall color: Perfect Greige by Sherwin Williams | Carpet Selection: Shaw Talk to the Hand 3 Delicate Tan


The Master Bath was one of our favorite rooms, the rich cabinetry and tile selections were amazing choices for this standout space. Master Bath floor and shower tile: Surface Art Prato Walnut | Countertops: Surface Art Natural Stone Dark Taupe | Tub Surround: Surface Art Belize Plank Exotic Walnut


These reclaimed wood mirrors were custom made and went perfectly with the inspiration of the lodge style. Guest Bath Tile Selections: Countertop: Surface Art Natures Stone Light Taupe | Backsplash & Flooring: Surface Art Prato Classico | Cabinetry Color: Garret Gray by Sherwin Williams

The flooring selection for the basement played homage to the use for the space, a poolroom complete with wet bar. Carpet Selection: Shaw Scoreboard 4th Quarter

The finishes throughout the home showcase the unique craftsmanship of a Williamson James Home custom build. This mudroom storage area was a design created for functionality and added to the charm of this lodge inspired home. The stain in the laundry room storage area bench was matched to the fireplace mantel. Laundry room cabinetry color: Garret Gray by Sherwin Williams


Exterior paint colors were selected by our paint export, Patti! The colors perfectly accented the exterior light fixtures and made the garage doors and wood work look even more beautiful. The concrete work really elevated the exteriors of the home by coloring the concrete a dark gray stain and bordering the brushed concrete with exposed aggregate. Exterior Body Color: Adaptive Shade by Sherwin Williams | Exterior Trim Color: Black Fox by Sherwin Williams | Exterior Shake Color: Gauntlet Gray by Sherwin Williams | Garage Door Stain: Honduran Mahogany Stain | Exterior Rock: Teton Shadow Rock by Eldorado Stone

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