Natalie Fuglestveit Interior Design is still in LOVE with this custom stylish stairwell design. We completed the millwork design & interior selections for our clients who were building a new custom home in inner city. These clients were looking for a timeless palette & style that would not trend.

Natalie Fuglestveit Interior Design

The finishing details for this design were site finished to ensure we maintained a high-standard quality throughout the home. This stairwell showcases the beautiful rich oak stain-grade handrails & stair treads.

Oak Stain-grade Solid Hardwood Tread
White Wall Panelling

These clients wanted all the selections and finishes in the home to be timeless so we proceeded with a classic neutral palette including various shades of whites, greys, and rich dark woods. This classic palette is tied beautifully to carrara marble stone that is featured in most areas throughout the home.

Oak Handrail & Paint-grade Blank Wood Balusters

The walls are painted in Pratt & Lambert Timeless Grey and trim colour in Pratt & Lambert Designer White.

Stairwell View Looking Up!

This beautiful shot showcases the intricate detailing of the panelling & cornice that elegantly ties into the fireplace, kitchen and powder room finishing details as well.

Pratt & Lambert Timeless Grey Wall Paint & Designer White Trim Paint
Interior Stylizing & Decor
Stairwell Stringer Detail
Looking Down!

Through this timeless design, we were able to ensure that the clients had the functionality of a resilient home, and the luxury of beautiful products & finishing materials.

Custom Kitchen Photo
Custom Column(s) Flanking Stairwell Opening Area

Credits:

Project: Private Residence #nfidrenfrew

Interior Design & Millwork Design: Natalie Fuglestveit Interior Design, Kelowna Interior Designer

Photography: Lindsay Nichols Photography

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Armoire for the entry way is typically it is the first thing you see when you enter your home and the last thing you see when leaving.   NFID deleted the standard plan for the conventional front entry closet and opted for a fabulously practical and organized custom built armoire.

Natalie Fuglestveit Interior Design
Natalie Fuglestveit Interior Design
Natalie Fuglestveit Interior Design

This magnificent unit mimics a piece of high-end furniture with its white oak stained java/charcoal and is finished with polished nickel hardware pulls.  A furniture kick finishes off the bottom of the armoire and a crown moulding finishes off the top so it doesn’t conflict with the ceiling height & cornice moulding.  This instantly draws your attention from the main living room which is directly adjacent to the foyer.  The transition from the 12”x24” stacked horizontal tile to the hardwood between the two rooms allows for a division of space.

Natalie Fuglestveit Interior Design
Armoire for the Entry by Natalie Fuglestveit Interior Design
Natalie Fuglestveit Interior Design
Natalie Fuglestveit Interior Design
Natalie Fuglestveit Interior Design

The functionality of this armoire built-in unit parallels the aesthetic of it.  It has a multitude of storage plus organized space that wouldn’t have been achieved with the standard closet design.  The armoire for the entry becomes a wonderful piece to keep yourself organized as we go through the business of our daily lives. – NFID

Credits:

Written By: Lauren Friesen, NFID Senior Interior Designer

Project: Private Residence

Interior Design: Natalie Fuglestveit Interior Design, Kelowna, BC

Photography: Lindsay Nichols Photography

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Custom Beautiful Kitchen Design by Natalie Fuglestveit Interior Design, Kelowna Interior Designer

NFID has spent many years working on beautiful kitchen designs. Natalie Fuglestveit loves taking the time with each client to ensure that their kitchens are curated to meet their individual needs.

In addition to working along side our clients to meet their needs, NFID particularly loved working on executing classic and lavish details within this particular kitchen design. There are different materials and elements still work cohesively to create a united look.  Final result looking effortless & elegant!

The custom cabinetry and millwork are consistent throughout the house.   The little details in the kitchen is what makes it stand out in its own beauty. We love that the countertops are not the same and that the client wasn’t afraid to do something bold and different! By choosing two hardware styles, a classic knob and a modern pull handle, the kitchen can transition between two different looks.  

Also, the window a few inches off counter height allows the homeowners to enjoy natural light and a view of their yard!

This kitchen is beautiful, white, fresh, and timeless.  The high quality finishing details, as well as the functional layout, makes this kitchen a space that the clients will enjoy for years to come.

To conclude, NFID was thrilled to be able to help these amazing clients execute their dream kitchen! We think it turned out excellent!!!

Credit:

Interior Design & Kitchen Design: Natalie Fuglestveit Interior Design, Kelowna Interior Designer

Photography: Lindsay Nichols Photography

Written By: Ania B. & Natalie F.

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