06.08.18 | Behind the Design

Behind the Design: June Edition

Behind the Design

Project Breakdown

Inspired by the warm personalities of her clients, Brown’s designer Kendra Rhoulhac recently completed the design of this soft contemporary style country club home. Kendra made sure to take into account her clients’ lifestyle when planning this design. Because her clients enjoy entertaining, she was sure to include lots of comfortable seating options and a wine fridge that holds 96 bottles. Kendra also incorporated padded outdoor furniture durable enough for their family dog, Louis, to enjoy!

Meet the Designer

Kendra Rhoulhac

Kendra Rhoulhac draws inspiration from a myriad of sources. Whether it’s enjoying the outdoors or experiencing other cultures when she travels, all inspire her to open her mind and spirit to new avenues of creativity. Most paramount in guiding her as she creates interiors is the emotional and kinetic connection between the raw space and the design concept with each new project. With an eye toward clean lines and varying textures, Kendra often turns to soft neutrals with bright pops of color, interiors that marry indoor and outdoor elements, and interior architectural features such as unique millwork and attractive ceiling details.

Featured Furniture

Marie Louise Round Dining Table

Century Furniture’s 48″ Marie Louise Round Dining Table was the perfect addition to this homes quaint dinette. Subtle yet sophisticated, the round shape and small size allow for both easy conversation and architectural alignment with the room’s structure.

Designer Insight

Creating Harmony

“The biggest challenge I faced with this particular project was creating harmony between two different styles. The clients wanted to keep some of their existing traditional style pieces, and introduce new transitional/contemporary style pieces.

I played to both styles by incorporating traditional pieces alongside contemporary pieces, and then created harmony between the two through the color palette and soft lines throughout the home. In the end, the home has a beautifully unified style and feeling.”

-Kendra Rhoulhac, Project Designer