The Future of Living: Inside Chip Wade’s Mountain Show Home and the Tender Living Phenomenon

Tender Living in this mountain show home focuses on creating spaces that are inviting, and peaceful.  Grounded in the principles of livability, sustainability, and modern design. Read more about this home, the designer, and this trend on Remodelaholic.

Walls of Windows

Living Room View
Photo credit:  Wade Works Creative.

“We also used porcelain, ceramic, and glass tile throughout the spaces to add a touch of elegance and durability.”  Says Chip Wade of Wade Works Creative. Beautiful views surround the home through it’s many walls of windows.

Kitchen View From Living Room

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Living room with open concept space. Be sure to notice the beautiful wood ceiling detail.

Bar With Daltile Backsplash

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Open bar space adjacent to the kitchen and living room. The perfect place to act as host of your next party.

Vertical Tile Detail

Kitchen Backsplash Tile Detail
Photo credit:  Wade Works Creative.

Beautiful open shelf storage above the bar space, with stunning Daltile backsplash.

Pantry Design

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“Greys, greens, sage tones, even eggshell textural touches throughout nod to a Biophilic and Scandinavian Minimalism that is undeniably comfortable.” Says Wade.

Gorgeous Brass and Marble Tile Detail

Pantry Tile Backsplash Daltile
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Lovely pantry backsplash detail with brass and marble. Chip infuses the overall comfort of the Tender Living aesthetic with just the right amount of ‘relaxed elegance’,” observed Laura Grilli, director of product design for Dal-Tile LLC.

Primary Bathroom Sink Details

Primary Bathroom Details
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What a view to wake up to! The Primary bathroom sink is set in front of a wall of windows. This space is not for the shy.

Marble Shower Enclosure

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Wide open shower enclosure with marble look tiles by Daltile. Get all the Daltile tile sources here.

Bathtub of Your Dreams

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This lovely space is that bathroom of many people dreams. Tell us what you think. Could you live with a wide open bathroom like this?

Nook Tile Detail

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I useful little tile nook to hold shampoo and conditioner. With similar tile in a a hexagonal pattern.

Guest House Bath

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Interesting mix of tiles in the guest house bathroom space.

Guest Hose Bathroom Full View

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Neutral Tiles and accents of wood, make this guest bath a great place to stay. So many beautiful details to love in this home.

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Cassity Kmetzsch started Remodelaholic after graduating from Utah State University with a degree in Interior Design. Remodelaholic is the place to share her love for knocking out walls, and building everything back up again to not only add function but beauty to her home. Together with her husband Justin, they have remodeled 6 homes and are working on a seventh. She is a mother of four amazing girls. Making a house a home is her favorite hobby.

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