Designer Spotlight | Timber Trails Development Company

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We’re officially joining the Timber Trails Development Company fan club. Is that a real thing, you might ask? No, but we’re making it happen. After sneaking a peak at their luxurious designs, we’re confident you’ll be a TimberTrailer (similar to Swifties, Beliebers, or Gaga’s Little Monsters).

Located in the prestigious Western Springs, Illinois, is a community with 20 acres of dedicated open space with hundreds of mature trees, extensive trails and a five-acre park. With the help of Timber Trails, you can design a semi-custom house with spacious rooms, grand curving staircases, and stunning kitchens and baths. Let’s explore!

We begin with a farmhouse-inspired kitchen complete with high-end finishes. Not only is there plenty of space to host a party, but you can also fit up to five people at the Calacatta Nuvo- topped kitchen island!

No detail goes unplanned- the creative edge profile along the countertops, antique lights, and a dash of color in the herringbone backsplash. We’re in love!

Behind door number 1: Timber Trails added extra storage space with Caesarstone countertops for added durability in this Jack and Jill bathroom.

Does the wavy backsplash remind you of the ocean, because we’re getting nautical vibes from this kitchen! Timber Trails created this on-trend kitchen with a blue island and Statuario Nuvo counters throughout. Are you on the blue kitchen trend boat?

Peep the reading nook to the right! It’s the perfect place for the kids to read a book while waiting for their next meal.

Want to make the ceiling feel high? Add beams for grandeur! Timber Trails designed this kitchen with both form and function in mind, adding a mix of glass door cabinets and extra storage under the kitchen island.

The custom white cabinetry is perfectly contrasted by dark wooden floors and topped by Raw Concrete counters. Stainless steel appliances like the custom hood and six burner stove make this the ultimate chef’s kitchen.

Trending now: Moroccan floor tiles for the touch of personality every space needs. Playing on the blue tones of the tiles, Timber Trails installed a baby blue double-sink vanity with a Caesarstone countertop.

Oh, the designs you will see in Western Springs! Timber Trails expertly paired a shiplap island with traditional cabinetry, subway tiles, and rustic décor. In almost every kitchen design, we have vent-hood envy as the custom hoods make all the difference in pulling together a cohesive, lux look.

This kitchen is beautiful from every angle. It’s not every day you see a subway-tile backsplash spanning from wall to wall with cabinets floor to ceiling. To add a little contrast, Timber Trails installed London Grey counters.

This never-ending pantry has a nook for everything – drawers and closets for items that need a darker home and open shelves for everything else. We can’t imagine how much food would be needed to fill this Pebble pantry, but let’s just say challenge accepted!

You can tell Timber Trails loves a good herringbone design – usually as a backsplash but in this space the tilework is on the floors. Combined with clever storage solutions and a London Grey double vanity, this space is just one of the reasons why we are Timber Trailers!

We’re always in search of inspirational open shelving vignettes like this – pairing bulky items with smaller accessories creates breathable space and makes the shelves feel open and uncluttered.

Don’t be fooled by the countertop in this kitchen - it may look like granite but it’s actually quartz! This traditional kitchen design was created with the beautifully veined Coastal Grey.

Follow the curves of the Symphony Grey perimeter and you’ll find yourself charmed by the bay window, bright color palette, and paneled appliances. Timber Trails once again used London Grey for the island. As Principal Designer Julie Howard said, “Caesarstone’s London Grey looks great with every shade of white cabinetry.”

When designing a white kitchen, it’s important to add contrast. The Concrete quartz countertops offset the stark white of the island base and complement the muted grey backsplash.

Does something look familiar? London Grey and subway-tile are the ultimate dynamic duo. Our other favorite pair? Metallics and matte black hardware!

Tons of natural light plus tons of light fixtures equals our kind of bathroom. London Grey tops the charming custom vanity taking center stage in this design.

Last on our tour, a mudroom! Everyone needs a place to store shoes, backpacks and athletic equipment. For easy clean-up, Timber Trails installed Sleek Concrete at the base.

Ready to create your own semi-custom home? Contact Timber Trails Development Company today!

All photos by: Stoffer Photography Interiors

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