I love everything about the Kines house in Hot Springs, which I’ve dubbed a wonder of “Industrial Glam.” While it combines a simplistic, modern look with functionality, the home remains inviting. Situated on the lake, the home is both kid-friendly and chic.
I was thrilled to collaborate with Matthew Sarver again on the Kines’ home. (You may remember we worked together on the Burton Residence?) Our mutual affection for clean lines and modernism made for another match made in heaven, or in this case, Hot Springs.
Casey is a friend, and I previously designed her uber-cool Little Rock office #kineswerk. When Corey and Casey called me to do their primary residence, I was over the moon excited!! This house and this couple are MY JAM. Their vision was forward-thinking and positive from the get-go. We were able to bring that vision to fruition as a team. I give you the home’s front exterior:
The combination living area/kitchen/dining area offers a magnificent view with its window wall and open floor plan. Utilizing whites and grays, we created a neutral palette which is brightened by the natural light emanating from the windows. Matt used concrete, glass, and steel throughout the residence, adding to the industrial feel.
Here is the foyer. I love how visitors to the house are greeted with a bright, open area. It offers the perfect, inviting preview of what’s to come:
The master bed and bath continue the home’s theme. The bed is from Jill White Designs and is upholstered in a Jill fave (signature black & white graphic textile) by Kelly Wearstler, the graffito pattern. The wall behind the bed is concrete.
We kept the awesome, fun bunk room simple and fresh by incorporating gray and white decor. The bedding and accent pillows are from IKEA, Target, and At Home stores. Keeping it simple prevented the decor from competing with the room itself.
Not feeling the lake? No worries, the family can relax in their private pool, which overlooks the water:
So, if you need a little industrial glam in your life, you know who to call.
Note: All photos in this post are credited to Shannon LaDuke.