Get the Look! Sarah Richardson Off the Grid House {Foyer & Landing}

Sarah Richardson Off the Grid

Sarah Richardson

We have been admiring the classic decor within Sarah Richardson’s off-the-grid family home project. and the modern country yet eclectic foyer and landing with herringbone flooring, vintage style doors, and vertical shiplap (or wide wainscot…I am not sure what the precise term is for this trim treatment), and mix of old and new within Sarah’s Ontario country home boasts bold bursts of periwinkle blue color, unusual pairings, and an unexpected mix of matte and shiny finishes. It has a vintage Euro-country vibe that greets guests at the front door.

Foyers are often decorated formally or not at all, and here in Sarah Richardson’s own off the grid home (which reflects elements of classic, cottage, farmhouse, and modern style), the foyer and landing greet guests with a casual cheerful mood. The architectural details and design choices help these spaces feel aged and interesting, defying the fact they are newly constructed. I am surprised to see so many cool tones in the foyer since Sarah often likes to accent  boldly with red (her husband’s favorite color) or burnt oranges. The landing is only slightly warmer with the addition of curtain panels with a sand and navy print. Perhaps this move to go uber neutral in the foyer is about the ability to add seasonal accents. The flooring is not my favorite, and I’m anxious to hear what you all think.

Did you notice the duet of scroll console tables which seem to function beautifully for dropping keys or mail?

Shop Sarah Richardson’s Foyer and Landing in Her Off the Grid Farmhouse

Today you’ll discover sources for home decor and furniture suggestions similar or identical to pieces Sarah incorporated in her family home’s foyer and landing. Affiliate links won’t cost you extra, yet I’ll earn a few pennies if you use them for purchases. Even though you may be able to locate resource guides for Sarah Richardson’s off-the-grid country home floating around the internet, in most cases, the links and item names are not up to date so I’m saving you some time and headache.

Paint Color

PAINT COLOR ON WALLS: Dulux Silver Cloud

Source: HGTV Canada and Sarah Richardson

 

Hoffman Accent Chair

Barrel Back Accent Chair  Shop the Room! Sarah Richardson Off the Grid House {Foyer & Landing}

Console Table Cambridge Heavy Scroll Design

Similar Scroll Console Table  Shop the Room! Sarah Richardson Off the Grid House {Foyer & Landing}

La Marr 6-Bulb Chandelier

6-Light Ring Style Chandelier  Shop the Room! Sarah Richardson Off the Grid House {Foyer & Landing}

Foyer Source Guide:

Saltillo Tiles: natural stone flooring | Metrie: interior doors, panelling, trim | Stairhaus: supply and install of stairs and railings | A&D Woodturning: custom stair spindles | Wayfair: hip vintage antique gold “twinkle” star | Artefacts: pair of console tables | Residential Lighting: twisted metal ring chandelier | The Door Store: antique egyptian pocket doors, tall architectural mirror | Vintage Fine Objects: tub chair | Designer Fabrics: Fabric on chair | Aldo Custom Upholstery: recovery of chair | Simon Pearce: hurricane candles | Strassburger: windows | Rehau: in floor heating system | Robinson Residential: architectural design | Dulux: wall paint color (30YY 63/024 – silver cloud)

Want Sarah’s gorgeous lantern? Don’t we all! It was a gift from Tommy (Smythe) so keep dreaming.

I like this alternative until the perfect vintage lantern comes along…

4-Light Wooden Pendant

Rustic Distressed Hanging Lantern Pendant  Shop the Room! Sarah Richardson Off the Grid House {Foyer & Landing}

Stair Landing Source Guide:

Sarah Richardson for Kravet: drapery fabric (SKU SAROUKRUG-1611, pumice) | Kravet: accent pillow fabric | Metrie: interior doors, panelling, trim | Stairhaus: supply and install of stairs and railings | A&D Wood Turning: railings, restoration of newel posts | Artefacts: antique newel posts | Strassburger: windows | The Door Store: columns | Elle & Eve: pair of chairs | Tonic Living: fabric for chairs | Designer Fabrics: fringe on chairs | gift from Tommy: lantern | Around the Block: accessories | Barwood: #1 common white oak flooring | Robinson Residential: architectural design | Dulux: wall paint color (30YY 63/024 – silver cloud)

For more shopping resource guides for Sarah Richardson’s off the grid house, see these helpful stories:

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Shop Sarah Richardson’s Laundry Room

Shop Sarah Richardson’s Mint Green Daughter’s Bedroom

Shop Sarah Richardson’s Blue Daughter’s Bedroom

Shop Sarah Richardson’s Bunk Room

Shop Sarah’s Belvedere Rooftop Gallery

Shop Sarah’s Guest Bathroom

Thanks for following along! If you care to see more spaces within this beautiful home, start here.

Peace to you right where you are.

~michele

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5 Comments

  1. March 2, 2018 / 10:37 am

    Love the blue interior doors. Blue is the new black.

    • michele
      Author
      March 2, 2018 / 2:40 pm

      I love them too and I especially love the idea for hollow, builder’s special doors that are so boring and flat. People are so afraid of painting their doors! 🙂

  2. Cindy Newman
    March 6, 2018 / 8:22 pm

    Dry nice

  3. Rhonda
    March 7, 2018 / 2:24 pm

    While I normally love Sarah’s sense of style, I’m with you on the floor choice. I think a pretty wood would have been much nicer. Also, I like the wall color, but not as a backdrop for the tall architectural mirror. I love the mirror but not so much against the silver color….I almost feel guilty being critical of anything Sarah does! Otherwise, it’s lovely!

    • michele
      Author
      March 7, 2018 / 3:30 pm

      I hear you, Rhonda! I hate to say anything negative since I don’t know the details behind the decisions, and since its her personal home, I’m sure there’s a story we simply don’t know. The other thing I have learned is that sometimes the photography editing does not always reflect true colors so who knows!?!

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