The Jane Project


July 6, 2024

The Jane Project is a modern farmhouse custom home build that wrapped up in the Fall of 2023. We had the privilege of working on the design of this custom build from start to finish with our clients.

The architectural design of this home is by Foothills Architecture and the build of this home was completed by Armor Homes. Both of these local businesses are always a favorite of ours to work with.

The center of this modern farmhouse is the kitchen. With an open floor plan leading into a vaulted living room, it was imperative that we designed this kitchen as a focal point.

Our clients fell in love with rift sawn white oak cabinets. It took a little bit of a search to find a custom cabinet maker to take on these beautiful inset cabinets.

They truly knocked it out of the park on this one. Since then this family owned business has become our very first go-to for custom cabinetry. (See there work in our Serenbe Office Project).

It was important to match the LVP floors as close as we could to the rift sawn white oak cabinets. We were fortunate to find a combo that worked perfectly. It can be a challenging to match LVP and custom cabinetry stain. We are so pleased with how this one turned out.

For the living room, we wrapped the lower half of the fireplace in the same brick from the home’s exterior. This helped ground the space and repeat a beautiful feature inside the home.

The brick is topped off with a custom built white oak mantel that wraps the fireplace on all three sides.

The lower built-ins were painted Greek Villa by Sherwin Williams to match the 10 foot kitchen island and bring the two spaces together seamlessly.

The vault of the living room ceiling boasts tongue and groove painted white and beams stained with a custom color blend to match the floors.

We went back and forth several times on this ceiling and staining or painting it. At the end of the day the paint keeps everything light and airy and allows the beams to have their moment.

And speaking of moments, we love how this front office gained a moment of its own. The homeowners trusted us to saturate the french door and the custom built-ins in Tricorn Black by Sherwin Williams.

We left the walls white to balance it all out.

And the icing on the cake for this space is the antique brass hardware selected for the bookcases as well as the french doors.

And speaking of doors, all the doors throughout the home were painted Tricorn to keep the everything in the home cohesive with the modern farmhouse design.

There are three bedrooms on the main level of this home. We used millwork in every room to bring together the owner’s vision for each space.

Primary Bedroom

Secondary Bedrooms

There are three full bathrooms on the main level of this home. The level of detail on the three full bathrooms in this home really create a one of a kind custom space.

The primary bathroom boast full floor to ceiling carrara marble shower with a classic hex marble floor. We intricately placed niche and plumbing hardware out of the main line of vision. This allows marble to be the focal point.

For the vanity, we chose Yarn by Magnolia (a perfect match to the shower grout) and topped it with a light quartz and beautiful nickel fixtures.

The secondary bathrooms gave us an opportunity to custom color match vanities to hand select tile and grout colors.

This tub shower combo with sliding glass doors, gave us an opportunity to highlight a pop of color in a basketweave pattern. We custom color matched Well Watered by Magnolia for the vanity to the shower wall tile.

For this shower combo with sliding glass doors, we selected a hand made subway with light gray grout.

The vanity is painted Anatolian by Magnolia to play off the shower wall grout.

The Jane Project was such a fun project for HHDC. The clients believed in our work, trusted us with suggestions and were a true gift to the growth of our company.

In March, we were invited to a surprise birthday party at The Jane Project. It was such a blessing to see people in this home and enjoying each space.

For us, it was a night to reflect on a vision, a process and a completed project. We saw every detail. We remembered every meeting. We recalled every decision and every selection. We enjoyed an evening of gratitude for the work we get to be a part of and the relationships we build and deepen along the journey.

We hope you have enjoyed this tour of The Jane Project photographed by our talented friend Alexis Peel Photography.

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