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2017 GOLD MAME AWARD WINNER: BEST CUSTOM HOME
Melody Woods is a beautiful new subdivision in Charlotte's prestigious Myers Park neighborhood, designed with english cottage styling. We are pleased to have recently completed two custom homes there. (See previous blog post for the other one!)
The objective of this custom build was to achieve the client’s vision for their dream home and create an elegant luxury residence in the heart of Myers Park with a warm rustic feel.
This home was constructed in a unique infill community also developed by Pace Development Group, and themed as a collection of English country cottage homes.
Many custom items were incorporated, including a wooden hood range painted to give the appearance of metal, reclaimed antique barn beams, and kitchen island columns handmade from recycled barn wood.
The beams and columns were given to the owner by a friend and it was important to our client that we utilize these pieces. Integrating the beams was challenging given they weren’t part of the original design, we received them post kitchen construction, and their weight (which exceeded 200 pounds each). Modifications were made to accommodate the weight of the beams and achieve the owner’s desired focal point for the ceiling.
We were happy to put forth the effort to give the client the urban tranquil retreat they always envisioned.
We are so proud to have completed this beautiful custom home in Melody Woods, a new subdivision in the Myers Park neighborhood of Charlotte.
The objective of this custom build was to provide an aesthetically pleasing empty-nester retreat, and incorporate the owner’s treasured antiques to give them the forever home they’ve always dreamed of.
This community was developed with an English country cottage theme with gas lamps, and tongue-and-groove knotty cedar floors and wood accents were installed throughout the cottage-inspired home.
We restored an antique claw foot tub the owner inherited many years ago, as well as, an antique dresser they wanted to use in their powder room. Restoring the antique tub, and providing the yellow finish to match the master suite, took many hours of processing and finishing to bring it back to its original luster. The powder room was designed around an antique dresser that was modified and refinished to be used as the sink base. The paint finish selected for this piece was a pale blue for a spa like feel.
We are proud to have recently put the finishing touches on a great new home in Dilworth. We'll share more details of the project soon, but for now here's some terrific photos of the finished, but not yet furnished, home.
Pace is honored to participate in the 2013 Dilworth Home Tour as a co-sponsor of the home of interior designer Shannon Joseph. We built Shannon's home in 2012, and are thrilled to continue our partnership with her as co-sponsors of her beautifully designed home. The home tour, which is sponsored by the Dilworth Neighborhood Association, will take place on September 20-21, 2013, and will entertain hundreds of visitors.
For more information, visit the Dilworth Neighborhood Association website.