Reimagining the Sunset Home: Week One

Watch us build Celebration Weekend 2013's feature exhibit from a blank slate to a home worthy of a spread in Sunset Magazine!

Our team of designers

Our team of designers

What do you get when you merge the design talents of Daniel Nolan, Vanessa De Vargas, Erin Hiemstra, Morgan Satterfield, and Brian Paquette? Reimagining the Sunset Home, a celebration of iconic Sunset spaces from 1940-1980. See it at Celebration Weekend!

It starts with a blank slate

It starts with a blank slate

We’re transforming this 4,000-square-foot office space into the "Reimagining the Sunset Home" exhibit. Spaces will include living/dining, kitchen, home office, unplugged den, master bedroom suite, and an outdoor living room.

Designers pow-wow

Designers pow-wow

In early spring, we brought in our Reimagining the Sunset Home designers for a one-day brainstorm at Sunset. It was the first time they saw the space. They were given one month to come back to us with designs inspired by vintage spaces from the pages of Sunset.

Warming up the space with hardwood

Warming up the space with hardwood

First task: rip out the carpeting and replace with Armstrong’s new American Scrape hardwood, an engineered hickory floor that is scratch and stain resistant. Armstrong is donating a portion of the sales from the American Scrape Collection to Homes for Our Troops, a national non-profit organization that builds specially adapted homes for severely injured veterans.

Scraped Texture

Scraped Texture 

A big trend in recent years is related to texturing—in floors, in furniture and in textiles. The three dimensional, undulating surface of sculpted hardwood can completely transform a room, each board in the American Scrape™ collection from Armstrong Floors—featured in the Reimagining the Sunset Home exhibit—has been individually sculpted to create the look of a time-worn floor. The natural knots and graining add to its unrefined appearance. Each floor is made in the USA. Armstrong.com

Timeless style

Timeless style

Room & Board furnishing are featured throughout the Sunset Reimagined Home. For more than 30 years, the company has focused on the simple idea that good design should be beautiful, affordable and long-lasting. The company works closely with American artisans to offer furniture and accessories—even custom pieces—that fit the needs of modern life. More than 90 percent of Room & Board products are handcrafted in the U.S. to give customers the best combination of quality and price.

Eye candy for the ceiling

Eye candy for the ceiling

In the home office of the Sunset Reimagined Home, we add texture and a pop of color with Armstrong’s Metallaire™ Decorative Ceilings. These ceiling tiles are made to mimic the look of antique tin tiles are easy and economical to install, and can be painted to fit any color scheme. Armstrong Ceilings For the Home.

 
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