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Feature Showhome: The Assurance by Sterling Homes

This week’s feature showhome is the Assurance by Sterling Homes. The overall design concept for this home is modern desert, and it doesn’t disappoint.  Read on as we unpack the style of home, the design concept and the pieces we used.

For the full videos on this home, check out our Instagram page @designqyeg. 

All About the Assurance

We met up with Sterling Area Sales Manager, Brady Gonek, and asked him to share a few hi- lights about the Sansa model. Here is what he had to say:


Size: 2263 sqft
Type: Single Family Attached Home
Floorplan: Open Concept
Main Floor Perks: Main floor flex room which could be used as an office, play area or bedroom. The dining area has a large patio door letting in lots of natural light to the open concept main. 
Upper Floor Features:  Primary bedroom has a 5 piece ensuite and walk in closet. There are not just 2, but 3 generous sized bedrooms at the front of the home! A laundry room, 4 piece bathroom and loft area complete the upper floor.
Bonus! This particular showhome showcases the optional finished basement, fully done up and decorated. 

The Design Concept

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Next we had Madison, our Senior Showhome Designer, explain the design concept and how you can achieve the same look in your home. 

Using the Sterling Homes Santorini Breeze color palette as the inspiration for this home, our team was inspired to stage the home with a modern desert feel.

 

One way to achieve this same look in your home is to warm leather materials, rusty-terracotta colors and grassy elements such as pampas grass. Even everything out with light, airy linens to create an open feel.

Completing the Look

Lastly, Chelsi spoke about the finishes and products used in the home to really complete the overall desert oasis theme.
 
The living room features a sleek sofa with a nice soft textured fabric in a light color, which allows you to really accentuate with desert like colors & patterns on the pillows.
 
The focal point of the main floor and primary bedroom is the use of the Glimmerputz plaster on the focal walls. This application gives the walls a Terrazzo look and feel, which really helps to incorporate the desert vibe.
 
Bring in more natural elements and materials through leather or rattan chairs, concrete side tables, jute area rugs and even décor pieces such as the woven baskets hung on the walls as you can see in the flex room.
 
assurance showhome sterling homes
assurance showhome sterling homes
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Feature Showhome: The Sansa by Sterling Homes

This week’s feature showhome is the Sansa by Sterling Homes. The overall design concept for this home is modern industrial, and it is a stunner.  Read on as we unpack the style of home, the design concept and the pieces we used.

For the full videos on this home, check out our Instagram page @designqyeg. 

All About the Sansa

sansa showhome sterling homes
sansa showhome sterling homes

We met up with Sterling Area Sales Manager, Brady Gonek, and asked him to share a few hi- lights about the Sansa model. Here is what he had to say:


Size: 1477 sqft
Type: Single Family Detached Home
Floorplan: Open Concept
Main Floor Perks: Rear wrap around kitchen with a ton of counter space, a large island perfect for entertaining and a huge window to let in lots of natural light. 
Upper Floor Features: Primary bedroom has an ensuite and walk in closet. There are 2 generous sized bedrooms at the back of the house, and enough space left over for a loft and laundry closet. 
Bonus! This particular showhome showcases a legal basement suite, fully done up and decorated. 

The Design Concept

Next we had Nicole, one of our showhome designers, explain the design concept and how you can achieve the same look in your home. 
 
Using the Sterling Homes Santorini Breeze color palette as the inspiration for this home, our team was inspired to stage the home with a modern organic feel with industrial elements throughout. 
 
One way to achieve this same look in your home is to use dark, industrial pieces combined with raw, natural materials.  For example, you can pair an industrial style bedframe with wooden nightstands and simplistic art as shown in the primary bedroom. 

Completing the Look

Lastly, Chelsi spoke about the finishes and products used in the home to really complete the overall modern organic look. The main elements used throughout the home are plenty of natural wood pieces, kept simple to keep with the modern theme.
 
The focal point of the main floor is the industrial faux concrete wall panels that harmoniously combine the great room and dining space. 
 
To ground the space we used black features such as black dining and coffee tables, black framed chairs, black sideboards and a black bed frame, which ties in the industrial vibe.
sansa showhome sterling homes
sansa sterling homes