Juliet Gold restored this beautiful home called Montana Modern and we are completely in love with this project! But before we talk about them, let’s get to know a little bit about this incredible interior designer?
Directly from London, England, Juliet Gold began her career as an interior designer in Miami, and soon after also made her way to New York. Her company has offices in South Florida and New York. Juliet has vast experience in interior design as well as construction supervision and renovation!
Juliet’s projects are marked by creating modern and elegant homes, characterised by simple, clean lines. Juliet Gold Design executes the projects according to the needs found, in a way that also reflects the personalities and tastes and lifestyles. Juliet Gold works with a select group of contractors and craftsmen who she trusts and believes in their skills and experience.
Situated on a hill near the Gallatin Range, Montana Modern featured a rustic style before the transformation by Juliet and her team. The transformation at Montana Modern started with the kitchen. Juliet Gold gutted the kitchen and decided to install Poggenpohl cabinetry.
The cherry wood flooring that was in the house has been replaced with gorgeous walnut planks. To make Montana Modern even more comfortable yet elegant, Juliet Gold chose a set of Minotti sofas, paired with a painting by Montana artist, Theodore Waddell, to sit above the fireplace.
Juliet Gold chose a walnut table by Jeffrey Greene took over the centre of the room, along with a Big Bang light fixture by Stickbulb, and we think it made all the difference at Montana Modern, adding a lot of personality to the house.
To liven up the ambience of the kitchen and library, chairs from B&B Italia were chosen. The house featured two rooms that were completely redone. The main bathroom was redone with Italian marble, while the powder room with a chrysanthemum design by Artistic Tile.
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