Neutral 6-Bedroom Home for a Growing Family in North Scottsdale, Arizona

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With each new project that the E. Interiors team churns out, we become increasingly in awe of their incredible design sense. Talk about attention to detail! And with three years in the making, they had plenty of time to perfect every inch of today’s North Scottsdale home for a family of seven. Grab your drink […]

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With each new project that the E. Interiors team churns out, we become increasingly in awe of their incredible design sense. Talk about attention to detail! And with three years in the making, they had plenty of time to perfect every inch of today’s North Scottsdale home for a family of seven. Grab your drink of choice and cozy up, because there’s 8,500 square feet of gorgeousness just begging to have a spot on your ‘home’ Pinterest board.


Interior Design: E. Interiors | Photography: Nick Sorensen | Builder: AFT Construction

From Megan Papworth of E. InteriorsWe worked on this project for about 3 years! Getting the plans approved by the HOA were really intense in this upscale community, so we had a lot of time to think about every single detail of this gorgeous home. The client’s style changed a lot during this time, so by the end, we had a very clear vision for the project. We wanted a cozy, transitional space with a lot of natural elements and neutrals.

The priorities in this space were definitely the kitchen, dining spaces and great room. Our team spent a significant amount of time mulling over every detail of the kitchen—from the overhead beams, lighting, the gold schluter between each backsplash tile, the hood and then the two dining spaces and butler’s pantry were so fun to create. It’s definitely a unique floorpan with the dining table and breakfast nook in the same area, but it’s so fun and functional for this family of 7! They have 5 girls, so going the feminine route was always an option – we weren’t complaining! The great room is the center of the home and the first thing you see as you enter the entry (the amazing entry, with all that trim work!).

This home is large and each space has it’s own flare, which makes it super interesting. Each room seamlessly flows together, but have elements that stand out—like the downstairs bathroom with its large floral wall mural, or the tile. That individual character of each space makes this home special.

One of my favorite elements of the home is the laundry room (I love the porthole swinging door and the navy cabinets). The dutch door going from the desk area to the front of the home was our clients first request at the very beginning. We love when our clients have fun ideas and allow us to execute them the best way we know how! This home is full of little surprise design elements.

The upstairs of the home has a dance loft, reading book, playhouse and bedrooms that are distinctly designs for each girl in the family. Our priority was creating a home our clients can really, REALLY live in and and we are so thrilled with how it turned out!


Interior Design: E. Interiors | Photography: Nick Sorensen | Builder: AFT Construction

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