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Eclectic Contemporary

Eclectic Contemporary

In this new Sioux Falls build the owners were able to showcase their eclectic style with the help of the Montgomery’s design team. The main style that runs throughout is contemporary, with curved lines, bold colors, and open floor plan. With accent pieces in the SouthWestern and Traditional styles this home is anything but boring. Browse through and be inspired.

Refresh Your Space

Refresh Your Space

Is your home calling for an update, but renovations are an investment in time and finances that you aren’t ready to take on? If this sounds familiar, skip the overwhelming project. Instead, refresh your space and breathe new life into your home with a fraction of the commitment. Redefine your interiors for the long-term or just the season by ushering in bright new colors to lift your mood, soft shades to calm after a long day at work or stark contrasts to encourage creativity.

A home evolves as a reflection of discovery and milestones of those who live within. Keep your emotionally connected possessions on display, accenting them with temporary lighting fixtures such as table and floor lamps. Create cohesion by selecting lights that continue the theme of your refresh.

Your walls are a blank canvas waiting for you to express yourself within them. Move your art around from other rooms in your home, pull the trigger on that one fantastic piece or even create a gallery wall to change your statement. Trust in the power of an oversized piece as it can be the catalyst to drive your other decisions. In each of these images, you can see that the colors of the piece repeat throughout the room in the soft objects and accessories.

Build off your heirloom and forever furniture to combine equal parts old and new. Different soft items are an opportunity for a quick refresh to your substantial pieces. Elements such as bed linens, throws, and pillows can be custom created in a multitude of colors, textures, and fabrics by the skilled artisans in Montgomery’s workroom or selected from the showroom floor allowing your space to have a curated layered look.

Changing your accent furniture is a cost-effective way to combine two styles from the one that previously dominated your space. Update or replace your accent furniture; such as end tables, benches, and seating cubes to mix your previous tone with a distinctly different design. Select from natural products like live-edged wood and sea grass. Bring in a contemporary flair with glass, and bright metals. Add industrial with raw finished metal, reclaimed woods, and worn paint embellishments.

Refresh your room and fall in love with your home all over again.

Bunk House Retreat

Bunk House Retreat

Wittingly dubbed “The Bunkhouse” this one room hunters retreat offers all the amenities, there is no roughing it here. As you enter into the living room it quickly morphs into an entertainment reclining area with the sleeping quarters flanking the sitting area. The kitchen and restroom just off to the other side complete the space. The full-size log beds are sturdy and ready for guests to plop down after a long day hunting. But first, enjoy dinner at the log table with seating for four in ladder back chairs. Leather recliners are positioned for viewing the flat screen tv and custom blinds behind block out any unwanted light. With finishing touches throughout guests are sure to feel at home.

Contemporary Color

Contemporary Color

With two artists as the homeowners this home needed to offer an opportunity to highlight their work. Craftsman inspired with a contemporary twist elements from both designs are prominent. While all of the main furniture pieces, flooring, lighting, window fashions, and paint are in a neutral palette you won’t know it at first glance. This neutral palette allows the owners to add color on a whim and change the entire feel of their home. Because contemporary design mixes so well with other design styles the inclusion of wood tables built by the home owner and wood ceiling and wall inlay of reclaimed barn wood look perfectly in place. For our photo shoot, the owners decided to brighten up the living room with fresh flowers and accent pillows and throw blankets to match. What a personally designed home that is a pleasure to peruse.

Midwest Warmth

Midwest Warmth

There is no need to find a new house when all you need is an update to make your current home just what you envision. From floor to ceiling this home makeover created a warm atmosphere with lots of raw texture. The entryway leads to a seating area for reading with a desk and printer for work which opens directly into the dining room followed by the living room. The position of the furniture creates definitive areas for each activity without the need for walls or separators. The same warm brown textured flooring runs lengthwise throughout the open space with custom windows and drapery created by the Montgomery’s workroom team. Natural fabrics of the rugs and hides add texture to the floor and pull in the texures of the furniture. On the living room sectional you’ll find custom created throw pillows from our work room paired with coordinated sofa pillows. This home is an exemplary example of warm textures making a house feel like a home.

Contemporary Rustic

Contemporary Rustic

Designed as a retirement or starter home this single story three room home packs a lot into its compact space. Openness is maintained while separation achieved by a central fireplace that floats between the eating and living spaces. The dining table is large enough to seat four daily or to extend to seat more, while another three can sit comfortably at the kitchen counter. The master bedroom also offers a private bath with a walk in shower and soak tub. We filled the bedroom with lots of texture and added style with large art in the bathroom. One of the bonus rooms allowed for an office space and additional entertainment area. The living room, however, is our favorite, with tall ceilings and windows to light the space. A sectional and two occasional chairs offer seating for 6-8 while enjoying art and accents to compliment the natural tones with lots of texture. As you browse the images take notice of the task and accent lighting. They add to each space.

Neutral Glow

Neutral Glow

After losing their home and belongings in a house fire the B Family came to Montgomery’s in Watertown with the goal of making their new house feel like a home. Mimicking areas they loved in their previous home but injecting a different look made it comfortable for both the family and guests. It was important to the family to create ample seating and you’ll find obvious areas in the living rooms with sectionals, but also the seating nook off the kitchen and custom stools around the kitchen counter. Our design team also worked with the family to provide custom window fashions, mattresses, art, accessories, and the majority of the furniture. It was our pleasure to help the B family make the house a home.

BROOKE NELSON
DESIGN CONSULTANT | WATERTOWN
B.NELSON@MONTGOMERYS.COM
605.886.5000 EXT.206

KANDICE HANLEY
DESIGN CONSULTANT | WATERTOWN
K.HANLEY@MONTGOMERYS.COM
605.886.5000 EXT.223

Sophisticated Fun

Sophisticated Fun

Our Sioux Falls design team worked hard to created sophisticated spaces throughout this family home. Each room is rich with layers and texture creating depth and interest. The bold colors are used repeatedly in accent pieces and art drawing the eye and encouraging a fun energy. The master bedroom was a large space that was made cozy with the addition of large pieces, a sitting area in the corner, an oversized full-length leaning mirror, and a bench at the end of bed.

In the basement, the open area near the bar is designed for the adults. The conversation sofa is a unique piece with high sides and an open back and extra accent pillows that coordinate with the other accents in the room. Just in case someone doesn’t want to sit with their back to the bar the comfy curved chairs offer a surprise, they swivel. Completing the room is a high back chair, large art, bookcases, and a large cocktail table. A room that is not only sophisticated enough for the adults but is fun as well.

Lakeside Living

Lakeside Living

Shall we go outside or stay in? A dilemma for the owners of this lakeside retreat. The Madison Montgomery’s design team worked with the builder to select the flooring, lighting, and window fashions. The flooring includes carpet in the main living areas and bedrooms, tile in the kitchen and bathrooms, and in the lower level a luxury vinyl plank was selected as it is an easy surface to clean after a day on the lake. Hunter Douglas window fashions were installed throughout the home including soft fabric roman shade with power view controls. The controls allow the resident to raise and lower one or all of the shades with the touch of a button.

Our team enjoyed furnishing the home to complete the look. They selected easy clean fabrics, rich materials, and subtle patterns. The seagrass chairs in the dining room are repeated in the seagrass vase in the living room. An upholstered bed in the master bedroom in a king size was used to scale the oversize room which still had space for a reading corner and multiple dressers. This home is ready for a worthy resident thanks to a great builder. Lee Schelling, thank you for working with us.

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