LMK Interiors motto is to use color therapy intervention on the homes that they remodel and while Alamo Farmhouse boasts a neutral palette both inside and out, neutrals are color and when used in shades from light to dark the effect is pretty awesome. The wide array of soft browns and grays that stretch from the outdoor area straight into the social zone draws you with its cozy, relaxing atmosphere and the fact that the facade is covered in folding glazings that open both sections of wall up make entering the home as easy as if there where no walls at all.
The same can be said from the inside looking out. The color palette and the operable wall of glazings make the division between indoor and outdoor almost imperceptive and the choice of using a close up of tree trunks within the feature painting completes the aesthetic, as does the driftwood horse head, flowers and indoor plants. Even the imagery within the area rug picks up on the sun dappled shade pattern on the decking.
When the glazings are closed, the choice of pale greige on the window surrounds picks up the weathered wood look from the alfresco dining area and simulates the idea of tree trunks, which is further enhanced by the painting over the built in cabinetry.
Aside from creating an organic connection to the outdoor lifestyle, LMK Interiors has also added moments of artistic expression that are unique to an indoor environment such as the beautiful pendant over the dining table. We just love the steel caging around the 4 linear globes.
The wall color of a deep, dark greige allows the walls to settle into the background, enhancing the brilliant emerald greens of the landscape beyond.