Mixing it Up - Designer Courtney Hinton worked with the new home’s modern bones while introducing warmth with rustic pieces, like the primitive milking stool from Croatia adjacent a mid-century style leather chair in the great room.
“The biggest thing that made it feel like us, was when we started hanging things on the wall. ... It went from being a house to becoming a home“ —Nicole Baker
Adventurous Side - A dramatic photograph of the Grand Tetons by Benjamin Walls served as inspiration for the black and white palette in the Bakers’ living room.
Nicole and Ryan Baker
Lucite and gold bar stools add polish to the kitchen.
Calm, Cool & Collected - The master bedroom is a soothing nest for the busy couple. After years of moving from city to city, the experiences they collected are featured on a photo gallery wall.
Above it All - The mezzanine pulls triple duty, serving as a yoga space, office, and reading nook.
The room is kept light and bright with white and natural elements, including the cozy egg chair.
Something Blue - A family heirloom dresser underwent a major transformation with a professional paint job and new sleek hardware. The piece brings a touch of history and color to a serene guest bedroom.
A Place of His Own From the start, the basement was destined to become Ryan’s spot to entertain and relax.
Taking inspiration from dive bars, memorabilia and mementos are displayed in wood crates creatively hung as shelves above the bar.