In the entryway, Ashen Grey Basket Weave tile makes a beautiful first impression. We get our first glimpse here of the wall color that will be seen throughout the home: “Repose Gray” from Sherwin Williams. Proving that trim doesn’t always have to be white, the darker “Dovetail” is a bold but elegant choice. On its own, a dropped crown is a nice touch, but adding LED lighting makes it a truly stunning feature.
The Beethoven plan’s home office is ideally located—right off of the entryway. The slight separation from the rest of the house makes for a quiet place to work, and it’s also practical for those who have a business and meet with clients in their home.
Homes built by Prodigy typically come standard with a gas fireplace, but in this case, the homeowner opted out. This beautiful entertainment center does not seem to feel the loss! Designed to seamlessly house the TV, while providing floor-to-ceiling glass shelving to showcase treasured items, it’s a lovely focal point for the room.
So that an open floorplan doesn’t feel like an unstructured wasteland, it’s common decorating advice to define zones for different activities and purposes in the space. In some homes, this is done with flooring—wood in the living room and tile in the kitchen, for example. The potential problem with that solution is that it visually chops up the space, making it feel smaller. For a different approach, try looking up rather than down. This box-beam ceiling is not only a gorgeous feature, it also serves to define the living room area. On the floor, the engineered hardwood graciously flows throughout the space, pulling it all together and making it feel even larger.
White kitchens are definitely trending right now, but here’s a secret: they’ll never really go out of style. White is classic, crisp, and creates an airy feel. What could ever be dated about that? The one problem some people run into with a stainless steel/white combo is that it can sometimes feel a little cold. Here, that’s prevented by the rich wood texture in the floors, the warm grey walls and trim, and the texture found in the backsplash.
If you’re going all-white with your kitchen, the little touches are what’s going to add character and keep it from being boring. In this kitchen, it’s the horizontal orientation of the door handles, the rope molding on the upper cabinets, and the statement-making light fixture over the island.
This dining room just exudes elegance, from the stunning light fixture to the enormous windows. Because it isn’t cut off from the living room and kitchen, it’s very functional, too.
The standard Beethoven plan has a covered patio in the back. But in this case, it was closed in to form a lovely sunroom. With plenty of outlets, a skylight, and a ceiling fan for hot summer days, this space will no doubt be an enjoyable extension of the home.
The last area we’ll explore is the master suite. This bright, airy master bedroom features a modern ceiling fan and a flood of natural light. The subtle accent wall is painted “Dorian Gray” from Sherwin Williams.
The spacious closet and walk-in shower are excellent features of the Beethoven plan. In this home, the shower features large, dark tiles for a very luxurious feel, with pebble flooring bringing in a natural element.
The Beethoven’s corner tub arrangement makes the tub a true focal point and provides separation between the his-and-hers vanities, so that there’s plenty of room for two. The neutral colors in this bathroom make it a serene retreat.
Did you know? Prodigy’s 2014 Parade Home was a Beethoven! See the gallery here.
Are you interested in building a Beethoven of your own? Read about all of its features, see pictures of other Beethovens, and view the floorplan here. And be sure to explore the rest of our floorplans. We’re confident you’ll find the one that’s right for you!
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