Douglas Street House

Custom built home by JSA Architects built by Jackson & LeRoy Remodeling. Featured in Utah Style & Design Summer 2008.
Entry Douglas
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This was a custom built home built in 2007 by Jackson & LeRoy Remodeling. The architects were JSA. The home was featured in Utah Style & Design July 2008 issue.
“Nook” — Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery
Exercise Bath Douglas
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This bathroom was used as a downstairs bathroom as well as the exercise bathroom. It features custom tile and a steam in the shower. Design in collaboration with JSA Interiors.
“nice tile for second bathroom” — rosibouquet
Downstairs Family Room
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Photos taken by Scott Zimmerman Architects- JSA Architects and Interiors Builders- Jackson&LeRoy Remodeling
“цвета” — liccca81
Family Room
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The family area was designed with comfort in mind. The sectional allows optimal seating with lots of comfort for watching TV. The space is grand and is open allowing maximum family time!
“Shape of couch for living room” — howie5855
Breakfast Nook
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The breakfast nook features family photos and a custom built reclaimed wood table, built by Lorimer Antiques. The chairs add a modern flair as well as comfort.
“the color of gray” — margprof
Kitchen
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Cabinetry was done by Teerlink in SLC. Custom walnut flooring. Art is from the owner's collection.
“combo for kitchen. local designer” — madayr
Laundry Room
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The owner decided to add wallpaper to add some interest in a room that gets a lot of use! Designed in collaboration with Teerlink and JSA Interiors.
“Sink” — jodiefloyd
Living Room
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“Mesas laterales y lámpara” — mlaresc
Living Room
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The living room features furniture from Mitchell Gold, the fabric is a microsuede which makes it family-friendly. The colors are neutral and the gold tones compliment the beautiful colors which are apparent in the fall in Utah. Design in collaboration with JSA Architects & Interiors Photo taken by Scott Zimmerman for Utah Style&Design
“Exposed beams and layout” — gos610
Entry Douglas
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This was a custom built home built in 2007 by Jackson & LeRoy Remodeling, JSA Architects, Entry Chandelier custom design by JSA Interiors.
“Techo” — villabella1
Entry Douglas
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This was a custom built home built in 2007 by Jackson & LeRoy Remodeling. The architects were JSA. The home was featured in Utah Style & Design July 2008 issue.
“Beams” — Billy Mak
Master Bath Douglas
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The tile is from Walker Zanger and is installed floor to ceiling. It creates a nice focal point in the room and installing it horizontally allows your eye to flow towards the luxurious bathtub. The colors were chosen to give the bathroom a "spa-like" feel. Credits: schematics- JSA Architects & Interiors, Teerlink Cabinetry, SLC, UT
“Bathroom floor” — llharkness
Master Bath Douglas
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This room is great because the large windows allow the outside to come in and the log and rug add to that feel. The window treatments were designed so that they open from top to bottom and bottom to top to allow privacy when in use.
“window treatment” — Twila Glenn
Vanity Master Bath
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Credits: Vanity built by Teerlink Cabinets in SLC, UT. Schematics- JSA Architects & Interiors in Collaboration with B.design
“Color and backspash” — crazydrala1981
Master Bedroom
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The four poster bed makes a statement in this room. Photo taken by Scott Zimmerman Architects, JSA Builders, Jackson & LeRoy Remodeling
“dark headboard” — tpakfar
Mudroom Douglas
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This is a room that definitely gets a lot of use! The cubbies provide plenty of storage for the family and using the framed portraits above each cubby is a great way to personalize each space.
“Beach bench” — susanwvincent
PowderDouglas
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The owner's wanted to have a tropical flair in the powder bath. Originally cuban tiles were requested but the solution was this tropical wallpaper. Credits: JSA Architects & Interiors in collaboration with B.design, Wallpaper by WALLS in SLC, UT
“Door” — acvarady
Office Douglas
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The home office features custom built-ins, window treatments and wallpaper. The client likes fish and so a Koi wallpaper was used as an art piece above the computer. The color scheme was based off of the wallpaper which features grey, yellow, and a metallic ivory. The Marcel Breuer chairs are a classic and the chrome ties in nicely with the polished chrome of the desk. Cred...More
“Windows” — jaredpollock
Staircase
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The bottom of the staircase provided a great space to showcase art. A custom pedestal was built for the sculpture. It was also a great place to display the client's art collection. Photo by Scott Zimmerman
“Stairs” — daufrichtig
Childrens Rooms
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“childrens room” — elkeelisabeth
Childrens Rooms
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Design by JSA Interiors
“Burnt orange with gray” — Peter Langland-Hassan
Boys Nursery
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“paint” — purnhho
Childrens Rooms
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Cabinetry by Teerlink
“цвета” — den100
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