Mina Starsiak Hawk of ‘Good Bones’ Highlights a New Design Style Everyone Wants Now

On the hottest “Good Bones,” Mina Starsiak Hawk is back in the Outdated Southside neighborhood of Indianapolis—and this time, she’s showing off a cozy new style and design fashion that her workforce is dubbing “cabin stylish.”

In the episode “Twinning Is Profitable,” Starsiak Hawk sets out to construct yet another household from scratch and decides to use the exact flooring plan she applied for the residence she transformed correct down the road. It has two stories, four bedrooms, and 3 baths in 1,800 sq. feet of space.

But in purchase to make the two properties “fraternal” fairly than “identical” twins, she and her crew settle on a heat, cabin stylish search.

As with the other home, she compensated $40,000 for the great deal, strategies to commit $200,000 in development, and hopes to market it in the quite significant $300,000s.

If you’d like to get a little bit of that cozy heat in your individual property, you could attempt some of the ideas underneath.

Go dark to warm up the exterior

Cabin stylish exterior

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“The initially one was a lighter shade palette, sort of that stark black and white vibe, so I imagine we cozy it up on this a person, for the reason that we have a equivalent exterior form,” states Starsiak Hawk. “We go dim.”

What does that indicate? “Like a darkish milk chocolate” on the exterior, she clarifies, with a lighter trim and a moody blue door.

“Rich brown, for even a lot more of that cabin vibe,” states Starsiak Hawk, referring to the dim shake shingles and board and batten siding.

“This will be like a moody, cozy cabin vibe on the exterior with all the darkish wooden, but still incredibly chic on the inside,” claims designer MJ.

Go greige with normal wooden to heat up the interior

Greige and natural wood interior decor
Greige and organic wooden on the interior

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“A calming greige paint is heading up all about the partitions and ceiling for an additional cozy come to feel,” states Starsiak Hawk.

But she doesn’t quit there.

“We’ll convey in cabin appeal by making use of lots of heat wooden and home furniture, like the toilet cabinets,” she provides.

She’ll also use a large amount of natural wood tones in the art and other smaller decor accents.

Luxury vinyl flooring can look just like wood

Knotty LVF flooring
Luxury vinyl flooring can appear like wood.

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Starsiak Hawk and MJ pick luxury vinyl flooring, which is a great deal additional reasonably priced than real wood—yet it looks just like it.

“They have a type of knotty appear to them,” states MJ. “So they are extremely cabin stylish.”

“The knotty wooden floors set the tone the second you walk in,” provides Starsiak Hawk.

They operate that LVF flooring throughout the house—including the bathrooms and the kitchen area.

Matte black hardware seems excellent in a kitchen

Kitchen with matte black hardware
Kitchen with matte black hardware

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“Gold reads too female,” claims Starsiak Hawk.

She opts for a blackish, straightforward industrial-seeking handle, which will go on the cabinets and drawers in the open kitchen, and on the crafted-in cabinetry upstairs and in the bathrooms.

Build a stair rail that doubles as an accent wall

Ash stair rail
Ash stair rail

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Starsiak Hawk wants to use the same exceptional stair rail/wall accent that they applied in the twin dwelling. But that was made of metallic. Because this household will have a cabin vibe, this time she’ll use wood.

“The style is pretty simple,” claims Starsiak Hawk. “It’s vertical boards, and they are going to come right down and strike the flooring.”

“This is not white oak. This is ash, which is wonderful,” she adds. “You get the appear for a good deal less money. I’m super content with that.”

A wax complete provides it the acceptable cozy nevertheless innovative look.

Does Mina Starsiak Hawk conclusion up marketing this household?

Starsiak Hawk has curiosity from Hannah, a younger expert, ahead of the home is even concluded. She retains her probable consumer in head as she completes the house.

Starsiak Hawk has a good deal on the line—she acquired the large amount for $40,000, and invested $200,000 to build anew. Now she’s shown it at $305,000. Will Hannah assume it is worth it?

“I could not assume of anything at all more I’d want in my initially property,” Hannah states with a huge smile on her facial area. “It’s everything I could have wanted, and I have hardly ever been more assured in a conclusion than I am about this home.”

She pays the full record rate, and the Starsiak Hawk workforce will make a whopping $65,000. Evidently, cabin stylish is a huge strike!