Toll Brothers Vista Point Model Homes Grand Opening

Saturday, June 23 from Noon-4pm.

June 20, 2018 Homes & Builders, Interviews



Summertime and the (Outdoor) Living’s Easy!

If your ideal Summer includes enjoying the outside as much as possible with your family and friends - entertaining in your favorite outdoor spaces, lounging on patios in front of an outdoor fireplace or fire pit, listening to the dapple of water from your garden fountain, cooking dinner in an outdoor kitchens - we have a place you will fall in love with: Vista Point by Toll Brothers at The Pinehills. Not only do these beautifully designed single-family homes have easy-living, first floor master suites and hundreds of design options to choose from, they have fabulous outdoor living options. You can create the home of your dreams from one of the home plans featured as a model home – the Tradition, Bridleridge or Bayhill, or choose from other home plans available to build in the neighborhood.

One of the first things you’ll notice when touring each of the new Vista Point models is the unique personality of each home and a focus on outdoor living. Toll Brothers worked with three different designers from Ryan|Young Interiors to create a distinctive style in each model home. From the farmhouse style of the Tradition, to the sophisticated and dramatic accents of the Bridleridge, to the serene and relaxed feel of the Bayhill, each model home has a personality of its own!


 

The Vista Point neighborhood will feature a private clubhouse, patio, heated outdoor swimming pool, formal lawn area, covered pavilion, and bocce courts. With all these amazing amenities, close proximity to Boston, Cape Cod, local beaches, and scenic downtown Plymouth you and your family, (and your guests), may never want to leave home.

Read on to hear from the Model Home Designers:


TRADITION Model Home– Interior Designer, Janette Schoelzls  

 

PH: Did you have a design idea or favorite look you wanted to create in the model home?

JS: We love the idea of farmhouse style. It’s a very relatable, classic look and we wanted to bring that, with a fresh approach, to this model.

 

PH: What served as your color inspiration?

JS: Our color inspiration for this model was derived from the beautiful, lush greenery surrounding us here in The Pinehills.

 

PH: What do you love about "The Tradition" floorplan?

JS: The large open concept area that includes the kitchen, family room, and breakfast nook. While it's large enough to host and entertain in, it is still very cozy and comfortable. I love the oversized kitchen island!

 

PH: What is your favorite room in the model?

JS: The dining room is our favorite room of the house. The large scaled lanterns that hang over the dining table add ambiance, while the shiplap adds character and keeps the room bright. We love how the tall wood panels accentuate the height of the room. With a large dining table this space becomes the perfect place to host a dinner party.

 

PH: How did the architecture inspire your selections?

JS: The solid walls set the perfect backdrop to enhance them with shiplap. The coffered ceiling in the master bedroom, and the tall ceilings in the guest bedroom, inspired us to create special ceiling treatments to bring in extra "wow".

 

PH: Which accent pieces do you find most interesting?

JS: The breakfast nook dining chairs are one of our favorites. They are a modern take on the classic Windsor chair, and they add that fresh look to the farmhouse style.

 

PH: Do you have any decorating tips for those looking to enhance their home and take inspiration from what you have created at the new Toll Brothers model home in Vista Point?

JS: The wet bar in the family room is a favorite feature of mine and is really nice to have if you entertain. Fresh paint can go a long way but adding interesting wall details can enhance the design of your home. Lighting is also key, whether it's placing chandeliers in an unexpected location, or adding decorative sconces to the wall, having plenty of light keeps the home bright and fresh.


BRIDLERIDGE Model Home – Interior Designer, Tara Ryan  

 

PH: Did you have a design idea or favorite look you wanted to create in the model home?

TR: The design for the Bridleridge is transitional in styling with sophisticated and dramatic accents.

 

PH: What served as your color inspiration?

TR: The color palette was mauve and pink that has a more current look and then mixed with transitional pieces to give it a very elegant look.

 

PH: What is your favorite room in the model?

TR: The lower level because I think it is showcasing something buyers will be talking about and wanting to incorporate in their home.

 

PH: What is your favorite aspect of that model home?

TR: The lower level with the glass enclosed wine cellar, theatre space and bar area.

 

PH: What was the basis of your inspiration for the interior design?

TR: The design was inspired by those who love to entertain so we showcased an entertainment space that encompasses all aspects of entertaining.

 

PH: Did the architecture inspire your selections?

TR: Definitely. Especially the double volume ceiling in the Great Room looking out to the beautiful deck outside.

 

PH: Which accent pieces do you find most interesting?

TR: The art is what sets the tone for the model which is a mix of dramatic abstracts that play off all the colors in the model as well as figurative art that personalizes the home.

 

PH: How much did The Pinehills setting play into your design?

TR: Although the interior design is sophisticated it is also very fresh and relaxing, so the backdrop of the beautiful trees plays off beautifully with the furnishings.

 

PH: Tell us more about the most distinct finish, selection, or option included in the model.

TR: The finishes are a mix of whites, mauve and taupe with silver accents throughout. Specialty selections are sprinkled throughout like the leaf design wallpaper in the powder room that has an all-white tile leaf pattern in the shower.

 

PH: Do you have any decorating tips for those looking to enhance their home?

TR: The biggest tip is to create contrast in your design. This will give a more memorable and dramatic look.


BAYHILL EASTERN SHORE Model Home – Interior Designer, Mana Lanning   

 

PH: Did you have a design idea or favorite look you wanted to create in the model home?

ML: Tough question-as I am drawn to many styles.  However, my aesthetic is usually relaxed, balanced and refined.

 

PH: Is there something you have, or have seen, that you want to serve as your color inspiration?

ML: I really love color!  It very can be very powerful; the key is how it is utilized.  I would love to do a monochromatic color scheme-an all-white room would be interesting.

 

PH: What is your favorite room in the model?

ML: The lower level!  It’s an upscale “mancave” with a little fun & games.

 

PH: What is your favorite aspect of that model home?

ML: It’s very serene and subtle, yet still sophisticated.

 

PH: What was the basis of your inspiration for the interior design?

ML: The intent was to appeal to the market; therefore I went for a classic look.

 

PH: How did the architecture inspire your selections?

ML: Upon entering the front door, I knew the view was going to be very impactful.  So I kept the kitchen and the great room subtle, but pleasant, all to enhance the view outside.

 

PH: Which accent pieces do you find most interesting?

ML: I think the basement games are a fun memory point.  I couldn’t stop playing Skeeball!  Then there is the air hockey & shuffle board table, fun for all!

 

PH: How much did The Pinehills setting play into your design?

ML: Very much so, the style is very classic which would appeal to the “Mass” (pun intended).

 

PH: Tell us more about the most distinct finish, selection, or option included in the model.

ML: The slightly hewed wood floors are gorgeous!

 

PH: Do you have any decorating tips for those looking to enhance their home?

ML: Again, I think color can be very powerful, the key is how it is utilized.  You just have to play with the amount, intensity, and combination of colors.