january 19, 2021

Dryden Road Project Reveal

A lot of our favorite projects feature juxtaposition. From masculine/feminine to warm/cool, finding the balance of two opposing details makes our hearts sing. For our Dryden Road project, we played with modern and traditional elements – resulting in a beautiful home filled with thoughtful touches and a warm, inviting aesthetic that’s timeless for years to come.

Although this was a new construction home, this wasn’t a new client for us. This is the second home we worked on with our client and the relationship and trust we built with them on their last project made this one an absolute breeze. We were able to pull inspiration from their previous home, taking the things they loved from it (i.e. traditional style, approachable but sophisticated design, etc.) as well as incorporating their new wants/needs for this next chapter in their lives.

The main reason our client decided to move/build was to be closer to their daughter and grand children. Knowing this, we knew the design of the home needed to be functional, not fussy, while still having that beautiful, traditional aesthetic they love. Through mindful construction selections like quartz countertops and durable wallpaper to life-friendly furnishings, this home is perfect for spending time with family and friends – young and old. We hope you all love this project as much as we enjoyed designing it!

Photographer: Spacecrafting Photography

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A note from Bria Hammel Interiors: Below are the disclosed sources for our Dryden Road Project! While we understand that our readers love to shop/know the details of our projects please know that not all sources will be shared. To honor and respect our relationships with our clients, items that are custom, one-of-a-kind, or to the trade only will not be revealed. Retail items and/or similar options will be linked above. Thank you for following along!

Foyer: Rug – Brooke & Lou (launching in March) | Mirror | Pillows & Bench Cushion – Custom Made | Throw | Vase – Brooke & Lou (Discontinued) | Light

Staircase: Console | Stools | Lamp | Artwork | Rug | Vase – Brooke & Lou (Discontinued)

Office: Desk | Desk Chair, Pillows & Bench Cushion – Custom Made | Rug | Artwork | Light Fixture | Wallpaper | Rush Chair in Custom Fabric

Living Room: Rug | Coffee Table – To the Trade | Rush Chairs in Custom Fabric | Sofas in Zinc Stripe | Floor Lamp | Pillows

Powder Bathroom: Sconces | Mirror – To the Trade | Wallpaper | Towel

Kitchen: Barstools – Custom Made | Salt and Pepper Mill | Cookbook Stand | Mango Wood Canister | Glass Canister Set | Runner | Pendants | Vase – Brooke & Lou (Discontinued) | Cabinet Color: Worldly Gray by Sherwin Williams

Dining Room: Rug – Brooke & Lou (launching in March) | Dining Table | Chairs and Bench – To the Trade | Chandelier


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  • Julie Hutchison December 1, 2023, 11:23 am

    Can you tell me the wall color you used the Dryden Road? I have cabinets in wordly grey also.

    • Bria Hammel Interiors December 4, 2023, 2:17 pm

      Hey Julie, all the white walls in this project are painted White Dove by Benjamin Moore! A personal favorite of ours.

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