The wait is finally over. We’ve been teasing our Bronco Project on Instagram for a few weeks now and are excited to finally kick off Part 1 of our Bronco Project Reveal!


This North Scottsdale interior design project serves dual purposes, as both a luxurious living dwelling for our CEO and detached home office space for the Living With Lolo Team. The goal for the home was to create complimentary spaces that would be both functional and fiercely stylish. Read on for a look inside this luxury interior design project!



Because we love providing our projects with a one-of-a-kind feel, this kitchen features all custom cabinetry made with an oak wood and black stain, which beautifully contrasts the surrounding Sub-Zero Wolf appliances and white oak flooring. For a modern and clean touch, we opted to have no visible hardware, and instead, incorporate details with a push to open mechanism.


Centerting the space, we had a Vadara quartz island with beautiful veining installed. Our installer did a wonderful job miring the island’s edges for a seamless waterfall look.


Surrounding the island, we styled counter stools made of an upholstered performance boucle fabric to ensure easy clean up in a high-traffic area. Lastly, we finished off the kitchen adding brass shelving over the windows and custom Roman shades.



Dining Chairs-


At Living With Lolo, there’s nothing shy about our designs. They feature dramatic contrasts, show-stopping statement pieces, and a personality-filled vibe.


This dining room is filled with a plethora of fun and modern details to draw guests in, including:

    • A wallpapered ceiling featuring a pop of color and modern print

    • An eye-catching brass chandelier, which matches the brass fixtures incorporated throughout the entire home

    • Custom black drapery for added drama

    • A custom, black dining table scaled to fit the space


Part of our design expertise is mixing decor styles and knowing exactly how to layer bold elements into a space to make it interesting and stylish. We balance everything with neutrals and quieter elements that keep things elegant and balanced.


In this space, we incorporated a light and organic feel through neutral upholstered chairs, a side table, and a large sliding door and windows to help bring the outdoors in.



The details in this project even came all the way down to the pantry, which features a custom iron door with fluted glass.





The project’s living room is centered by a gorgeous light fixture scaled to fit the room. Just below the chandelier, we added a cement coffee table and show-stopping accent chairs with comfortable curves and fashionable folds in all the right places.


Like the kitchen’s counter stools, these chairs feature a performance boucle fabric and are styled on top of a performance rug to ensure durability and easy clean-up.



Coffee Tables-


On the other side of the living room, we hung the same light fixture and drapery for balance and consistency. To further elongate the ceiling, we added a tiled fireplace from floor to ceiling, displaying a Samsung Picture Frame TV and gas fireplace. We love how it serves as a focal point for the interior!


Because we pride ourselves on creating designs personalized to each project, we also added a custom sofa made of performance fabric. This sofa surrounds an iron and marble coffee table and fun, modern chairs.


For more living room styling inspo, check out our “6 Popular and Timeless Coffee Tables” blog post!



Console Tables-


To bring an indoor-outdoor feel throughout the home, we added large sliders on both sides of the living room.





Cozying up and anchoring the entryway, we added a large Annie Selke rug just below the wallpapered ceiling, which gives all who enter a taste for the unexpected. As the jewelry of the room, we hung an intricate chandelier and artwork.



Console Table-


To maximize the open feel of the entryway, we added two sliders to allow easy access to and from the outdoors. The sliders are flanked by custom drapery and surrounded by beautiful artwork, a cement console, and an abstract lamp. For our top tips on how to incorporate lamps in your interiors, check out our “5 Ideas for How to Style Lamps in Your Home’s Interior Design” blog post!


We hope you enjoyed this glimpse inside our North Scottsdale interior design project, Bronco! Interested in working with us on your next project? Click here to send us a note about your luxury interior design project!



The Living With Lolo Team