Minimalist Design House Tour

It’s time for another Dreamy Dwelling Home Tour. Lush yard and impressive views of Camelback Mountain while sitting next to the gas fire pit. This newly reconstructed minimalist home is full of inspiration.  Let’s not wait another second to walk through this Minimalist Design House Tour.

I think a massive collection of pots overflowing with flowers is needed on this huge courtyard.

The doors from the family room open up to a large covered patio and limestone pavers surround the brand new sparkling pool.

Living room is spacious with the television mounted above the fireplace. Loving the shiplap!

I forever crush on tree stump tables.

Office is off of front entry.  Can you handle how gorgeous these wooden floors are?!

Hall bath is a full bath which is so practical for guests.  Subway all the way up, totally dreamy.

A gorgeous chef’s kitchen showcases top of the line, Gaggenau appliances and an oversized island with a carrera marble waterfall counter.

Skylights make the kitchen even brighter.

So much storage in this oversized island.

This sitting area has beautiful coffer ceilings.

Beautiful muted shades of gray in this full bath.

Large master bedroom with gorgeous white walls.  My teenager is trying to talk me into painting her room a pure white color.

Talk about perfect bathroom inspiration. I love this master bathroom.

If I were to redo my master bath, I would be so tempted by this tub.

Guest bedroom has a definite minimalist style, leaving plenty of space for guests to make the space thier own.

The bathrooms in this home are making me want to go through and gut all of ours and start over.

Two things in this picture below. 1. The window trim is gorgeous. 2. Love how the accent tile is around the shower rather than a featured block within the subway tile.

Beautiful girls room.

Super cool boys bedroom with iron twin bed and chalkboard on wall.

Are you jumping on the Cactus Trend!?!

Such an adorable playroom.  Love the chalkboard and hanging animal heads.

I love the shelves in this laundry room.  I think there needs to be more above the washer and dryer.

This patio is unreal.  Love it so much.

Which is your favorite room in this house?

Minimalist Design House Tour

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  1. Iris McCloud says:

    This house is beautiful and I tend to be enjoying minimalist these days. I am short and when I look at the size of many of the features (island, shower door height, mirrors over the vanity) which are stunning I know I could never live here without ladders.