a fixer upper parade of homes

19 July 2016

Here is another home I wanted to feature from the 2016 Utah Valley Parade of Homes – the Killpack residence from Foster Custom Homes.
killpack residence heather telford
(picture by Heather Telford, I didn’t get a good one of the outside!)

This rambler with a basement had 5 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms and 5687 square feet.
Here is the floor plan they provided:
foster custom homes plan

This one was so fun to walk through because it was done in a Fixer Upper style, featuring Magnolia Home furniture throughout provided by Osmond Design in Utah.
fixer upper entry

 The entrance came right into a cozy family room
magnolia home furniture living room

with a fireplace and flanked with 2 glass bookcases and comfy velvet chairs.

magnolia furniture family room

I also loved the wood beams!
magnolia home furniture in living room

It flowed right into an open kitchen
fixer upper kitchen

fixer upper kitchen parade

Notice at the unique range hood and classic Joanna Gaines style black and white backsplash:
fixer upper kitchen hood

The multi-colored wood floors had great color variation and seemed like they would hide dirt so well!
fixer upper kitchen island

I fell in love with these black spindle chairs in the dining area
magnolia furniture dining

but look at this great office area that can be closed off with barn doors. Such a great idea!
office with barn door

The paint was all in Magnolia paint as well – this french gray paired so well with the antique brass:
fixer upper laundry

Mudroom cubbies:
fixer upper mudroom

Penny tile bathroom floor:
fixer upper bathroom

A pantry that also could be closed off with a barn door:
fixer upper pantry barn door

And then on the other side of the upstairs was a lovely master with a brick wall treatment
fixer upper master bedroom

fixer upper master bedroom furniture

And the master bath – notice the brick floor!
fixer upper master bath

fixer upper master shower tub

I love little details like this table under the square window
fixer upper bathroom nook

and this wood wall treatment in the hallway
fixer upper wall treatment

with framed cotton!
cotton framed on wall

What great wallpaper used as an accent wall
fixer upper desk office

The basement family room area:
fixer upper basement

The truth! I wanted to steal this:
nothing is really lost mom

And another classic bath with hex tile and dark counters. Notice the strip of penny tile in the shower.
fixer upper bathroom hex tile

I really did love the Magnolia Home furniture line – I checked out those chairs I loved and they were $200 each at the store near me, but seemed to be less expensive at some places online if you could pick them up.

Thanks for coming along ~

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