Over the past few weeks, we’ve been ogling at the Salt Lake City-area residences created by part-time interior designer Mikelle Mabey. We were floored by the converted factory loft she remodeled and inspired by the soup-to-nuts ranch renovation she took on. Today, we’re taking a peek at another one of Mikelle’s projects—a four-bedroom home that she helped makeover with her signature monochrome industrial aesthetic. For this particular home, Mikelle was brought on shortly after the home was purchased with the task of making what she could of the home’s existing structure. “This was a very modern house that had clean lines,” she notes. “I [went for] white walls and trim with black window covering to showcase the beautiful walnut floors and make it more dramatic. I got involved right in the beginning, and was able to chose most products.” Take a closer peek + shop the look below!
Photography by Malissa Mabey
“My goal was to make the home a very modern yet comfortable living space,” Mikelle says. “There’s so much natural light and cleans lines that I wanted to showcase the beauty. My client really wanted a fireplace, so I wanted it to be a focal point, but not stand out too much. I wanted it to be more of an art piece.”