The Good Life Project was a residential full gut remodel of a mid-century modern condo in Old Town Scottsdale. The condo was less than 900 square feet, so our goal was to maximize every space and use intentional design details to create the illusion of a larger space. We did this by reconfiguring bulky closets and adding custom cabinetry and LED lighting. One of the most important requests from our client was to make the layout very open, “the less the better” they said. Another request was to make sure they had plenty of storage allowing them to live in a clutter-free environment. This included a full renovation, interior + exterior furnishings, and styling where we really focused on a minimal design incorporating natural materials, soft lighting, custom millwork and furnishings.

Scottsdale, AZ
Interiors: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe
Construction: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe

The Good Life Project

Residential

Our creativity was really let loose with this project. We were tasked to transform a nursery, playroom and master bedroom. Our clients came to us wanting something unique and elevated. The architecture of their home is an Arcadia craftsman style, but they wanted to go much more bold and modern.

Our incorporation of natural materials and neutral color palettes ensure that it doesn’t feel out of place. We brought in a muralist to paint a custom design in the nursery, color blocking in the playroom and plaster walls in the master bedroom. We also focused on our lighting placement and fixture selections to elevate the spaces. We brought in a lot of black for a high-end feel, which is then balanced by a ton of texture, for a more relaxed feel . One of our favorite details is the custom walnut busy board we designed for the playroom.

Scottsdale, AZ
Interiors: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe
Construction: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe

Craftsman Goes Mod

Residential

Once you take a look at the main hallways, you’ll understand why House of Arches was fitting for the name. This project was a full home remodel and interior design with views of Camelback Mountain from every angle. When we first saw this 6,300sf home, we could see potential everywhere – from the cantera stone, to the interior doors and the living room ceiling. We wanted to keep the original intention of the architecture but incorporate new materials and furnishings to bring the home back to life. The before and after photos will leave you absolutely speechless with the transformation from an outdated Tuscan home to a one-of-a-kind modern design.

Our clients were very open when it came to the aesthetic vision which allowed us to get super creative and bring in unexpected materials and shapes. Our clients love clean and minimal spaces, so we brought in a ton of texture to create layering. One of the standout materials is the viola marble, which is a focal element in the Primary Bath and Dining Nook. We also incorporated white oak fluted cabinetry, an agglomerate marble in the kitchen and LEDs around every corner. Our clients are so happy with their home and they can’t wait to spend time with family and entertain.

Paradise Valley, AZ
Interiors: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe
Construction: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe

House of Arches

Residential

You can really see the impact of the design when you scroll down to the pre-renovation photos. This home started out looking like every home on the block. We designed a fully custom kitchen, living room and dining nook. The kitchen has custom white oak and matte black cabinetry, with stone that wraps the backsplash and floating shelf. The standout design element in this space are the LEDs, giving it an extra edge. We also transformed the fireplace/entertainment wall with the concrete hearth, linear fireplace, rift oak millwork with integrated lighting and a large format porcelain tile with a terrazzo pattern for the popout.

With the new design, we took advantage of the ceiling height and now your eye is expanded into the room. We completed the space with soft shapes and textures in the furnishings and decor. Between the living and dining room, we created a modern space for the kids to craft and play. The main components in the dining nook design are the custom terrazzo and oak round dining table as well as the burl sideboards. We layered decor and art on the console tables, anchored the room with black leather chairs and kept the space airy with a white, hand spun pendant light.

Chandler, AZ
Interiors: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe
Construction: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe

Timeless Terrazzo

Residential

The Monochrome Home project is an elevated and monochromatic design that primarily features white, black and grey tones, balanced with ash wood tones and surprising pops of deep muted color tones in the furniture. Accompanied with a variety of textures and sculptural lighting, the overall design is softened and has a calming feel in every space. We remodeled this home from top to bottom, incorporating more minimal and impactful details – less is more with this design. We brought a focus on creative storage solutions, LED lighting and concrete elements. From the plaster treatment on the fireplace to the LEDs hidden behind the bath tub and shower niche, the attention to detail are what make this project. We covered all of the walls in the powder bath in stone, creating an elevated hospitality feel.

Scottsdale, AZ
Interiors: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe
Construction: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe

The Monochrome Home

Residential

This project was all about functionality and comfortability, combined with texture and a desert influence.

We were initially inspired by how the architecture of this home was immersed in the nature – the home was mostly remodeled prior to bringing us on – but there were changing a needed from a functional standpoint for this family and they wanted the furnishings to really feel like ‘them’.

We custom designed many pieces specifically for this home and our client we – the playroom cabinetry, powder bath cabinet, play room art, dining table and more.

Phoenix, AZ
Interiors: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe
Construction: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe

Naturally Functional

Residential

This custom home is nestled at the base of Camelback Mountain, along the golf course behind Mountain Shadows Resort in Paradise Valley, Arizona. We designed this home from the ground-up, from all hard surfaces to interior furnishings and styling. We blended the wife’s love for mid-century modern design and the husband’s love for classic design with clean lines and natural textures. The soft desert tones are amplified throughout this home and bring a comfort that is unmatched. From the European white oak floors, to the taupe-colored cabinetry, cement finishes and iconic lighting fixtures, every view of this home is sure to surprise you.

We teamed up with builder, Landon Mondragon, with Mondragon Design + Build to build this home.

Scottsdale, AZ
Interiors: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe
Build: Mondragon Design+Build

Mountain Shadows

Residential

Sistr Studios is a Creative House + Coven of Artists.

Their Artists work in Creative Direction, Production, Photography, Hair, Makeup, and Nails. They create for Brands + Individuals – Content, Imagery, Bridal Services, Corporate + Commercial Work, Editorial, Multimedia + Print

Scottsdale, AZ
Interiors: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe
Construction: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe

Sistr Studios

Commercial

We instantly connected with these clients because of their love for mid-century modern design and for their collections of vintage pieces and artwork. We loved collaborating with them to create a really inspirational and functional home. Our clients bought this home after it had been re-built from the ground up. Our clients (and us) fell in love with the views and how immersed it was in the desert.

Given that the home itself had contemporary hard surfaces, we brought in more sculptural and warm lighting fixtures and furniture to give the home the cozy feeling it was missing. We were so inspired by the surrounding desert with the color palette and textures that we incorporated into the interior. We love how many vintage pieces were used in this design as well as the concrete-looking wall that we added in the primary bedroom.

Cave Creek, AZ
Interiors: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe

Views for Days

Residential

When trying to name this project, the word “sculptural” kept coming to mind because so many of the design elements were soft and curvy, yet brutalist and geometric. Complimented by neutral, warm desert textures – we fittingly chose the name Sculptural Desert Project. 

One of the most important requests from our clients was to add a wet bar to their lounge so they could truly entertain, as well as have a separate “chill” space from their kids who may be in the main living room. This bar has to be one of the most iconic bars we have ever designed. Another one of my favorite aspects of this room is the custom floor lamp with the terrazzo base that we designed specifically to fit the space – a Syfte Collective piece.

Scottsdale, AZ
Interiors: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe
Construction: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe

Sculptural Desert

Residential

We packed our Hygge Home project with tons of color and pattern, yet it feels calming and classic. Our clients really trusted our vision and gave us so much creative freedom and this home really reflects their personality, which is really our goal with every design. The standout design elements in this home are the large format concrete-look tiles, teak wood cabinetry and unique tile patterns. Overall this home feels so much brighter and warm.

Our client’s craved a home that felt comfortable, cheerful, whimsical and bright. They also loved the Scandinavian elements of minimalism and natural materials. We focused on a warm desert color palette – burnt orange, terracotta, olive green, and sky blue. We were so excited to transform our client’s home into something they will enjoy for years to come and they are so happy with the finished result.

Scottsdale, AZ
Interiors: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe
Construction: OCD Remodeling

Hygge Home

Residential

We were hired to update this classic, ranch style mid-century modern home built in 1969. It had undergone previous remodels and additions, but the remodels were now dated and didn’t fit the original architectural intention of the home. Our goal for the project was to bring a new, modern design that focused on simplicity and functionality, that would bring the home back to its original intention.

We loved the existing materials such as the exposed slump block, floor-to-ceiling glass windows, skylights, fluted cabinet doors, mid-century glass block windows and the expansive views of the golf course and mountain range. We refinished some of the existing cabinetry with the fluted doors, as well as mixed in some new custom cabinetry to give the kitchen a whole new spirit. We transformed the everyday kitchen nook with a floating bench and Palm Springs, coffee shop feel and designed a family-friendly living room as well as a formal dining space.

Scottsdale, AZ
Interiors: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe
Construction: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe

What Lola Likes

Residential

A showroom refresh + holiday styling of Dae Hair, a haircare line based in sunny Arizona. Founded by Amber Fillerup Clark. 

Scottsdale, AZ
Interiors: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe
Construction: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe

Dae Hair

Commercial

We filled this residential design with so many surprises – specifically with wall treatments and texture. This home already had great bones but it was a blank canvas that needed some personality and color. We focused on the colors of the Arizona desert – terracotta and lavenders and unique textures with plaster, wood, boucle, rattan and steel.

As soon as you walk into the home, you’re greeted with a funky entry storage space and a stone wall fireplace. This leads you into an inviting sitting room – perfect for reading a book or playing a board game. You’re then drawn into the colorblocking and light fixture of the dining room, making you want to explore more. The kitchen is refined and packed with natural lighting and counter space. The living room is the heart of the space with a ton of storage, met with a moody bar perfect for entertaining. We transformed a typical bedroom into an unforgettable home gym and office with the feeling of a spa and space to hide gym equipment. The guest bedroom exudes Arizona and the master bedroom is the perfect retreat for this expecting family.

Scottsdale, AZ
Interiors: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe
Construction: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe

Scandi Sanctuary

Residential

These clients had this home on the market ready to sell, until they found our team who could really make it their own. This 5300sf home was full of potential, but that potential was hidden by travertine, heavy Cantera stone accents, gaudy light fixtures and outdated cabinetry and tile.

We brought this home to life by keeping the stone accents that made sense and bringing in new modern materials. You’re sure to be surprised as you look into each room of this home. From the use of materials in the bathrooms, the unexpected light fixtures, the natural stone kitchen floor and the fluted concrete fireplace in the living room, this home does not disappoint. We found the perfect mix of modern and warmth for this project that feels forward thinking, yet timeless. Be sure to scroll down to the Pre-Renovation Gallery to see where we started!

Scottsdale, AZ
Interiors: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe
Construction: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe

Natural Stone Project

Residential

We’re so grateful to have this amazing space for us to collaborate with our team and our clients.

Scottsdale, AZ
Interiors: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe
Construction: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe

Iconic Design + Build

Commercial

This project was all about designing the home to revive it back to its original intention. This home was designed by famous Phoenix architect, Ralph Haver. Haver was known for designing mid-century modern Haver Homes, affordable tract housing executed in a contemporary modern style.

We instantly fell in love with the charm of this home, from the natural light to the mountain views and open floor plan, we saw the potential. We kept the original floors but painted the entire home with a contrast baseboard color. We transformed the existing kitchen cabinetry with just simple fixes to the trim and new cabinet hardware. The new countertops and mid-century influenced lighting and furnishings brought this home back to life.

Scottsdale, AZ
Interiors: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe
Construction: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe

Haver Home

Residential

Our client loved bright colors and especially blue, so we gave this space a whole new spirit. I was inspired by the pastel colors of Artist’s Palette in Death Valley National Park. which drove the color scheme throughout this entire home.

We started with solving functionality, creating an open-concept layout to the living room and removing the soffit to maximize storage and swapping the placement of the range and the sink. The microwave and dishwasher are hidden on the front side of the island. We went with birch plywood cabinetry, giving this space a playful and industrial feel but the star of the show is the Ann Sacks backsplash and cylindrical hood. We based the color of the upper cabinetry on the hue of the backsplash, drawing your eye upward and outward, making the space feel larger. The mix of silhouettes of the pendant lights give this space a refined, yet quirky vibe.

Scottsdale, AZ
Interiors: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe
Construction: Constructed Matter

Desert Palette

Residential

Seeing Wander Salon come to life from beginning to end, was one of the best experiences! We had to completely re-work the floor plan, as the suite was previous a print shop. The salon is located inside of Barnone, which is a barn that has been converted into a retail space with many different local makers.

Due to the barn’s structure, the largest, most usable wall was curved. We designed these framed pop-outs for the styling stations, which allowed the cabinets to be recessed. One of the main design elements in the salon is the mappa burl cabinetry. The contrast with the polished concrete floors gives the space a vintage feel. We layered the space with some beige cabinetry, wallpaper and a slat wall. The slat wall completely hides the electrical panel. We chose a black and white terrazzo countertop for the mixing station and olive pleated shades over each styling station, giving the salon a French Modern feel. We sourced vintage artwork, accessories and furniture throughout.

Scottsdale, AZ
Interiors: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe
Construction: Mosa-AZ Contracting

Wander Salon

Commercial

From the white oak engineered hardwood floors, custom cabinetry and interior doors, the matte black knurled cabinet hardware and plumbing fixtures, to the custom lighting fixtures and integrated LEDs – the details of this home are iconic. The quality and usage of materials gives a calming feeling that exudes luxury.

The high contrast between the natural white oak and matte black finishes is balanced by the soft concrete countertops and textured tile. Our client purchased this home because the neighborhood held sentimental value to her. The architecture of the neighborhood drew us in with its classic ranch-style mid-century modern homes with clear stories and skylights that maximize the natural lighting. A very special element of this project is the incorporation of our first custom designed light fixture from our first collection of Syfte Collective – our own lighting, cabinetry and functional goods studio.

Scottsdale, AZ
Interiors: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe
Construction: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe

Packs a Punch

Residential

Established in 1889 by Frederic Schumacher, F. Schumacher & Co. is a fifth generation business and the only supplier of decorative textiles from the 19th century still privately owned and managed by direct descendants of its founder. The company sells fabric, wall covering, trimming, floorcovering, finished goods, paint, as well as print media, social and digital platforms under five brands, Schumacher, Patterson Flynn Martin, Backdrop, Freddie and Frederic. F. Schumacher & Co. currently maintains 18 showrooms in several countries and sells to the interior design trade.

We were lucky enough to partner with F. Schumacher & Co to bring their new showroom to the design district in Scottsdale, Arizona. It was a wonderful collaboration!

Scottsdale, AZ
Interiors: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe
Construction: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe

F. Schumacher & Co.

Commercial

The name Art Deco Project is truly fitting because the building was built in 1928 and restored in 1992. The building gave us so much inspiration for the design of this project with its exposed beams, French windows and Juliette balconies, light filled open living spaces with banks of windows and city views creating an unparalleled urban living environment.

We chose a polished concrete floor throughout and warmed it up with putty-colored and walnut slatted European cabinetry. The stone we chose for the countertop in the kitchen becomes an art piece as it flows up the backsplash on the main wall. The brass foot rail, arched millwork details, artisan crafted island light fixture and wainscot moulding in the master bedroom are a nod to the Art Deco time period. We brought the space to life with the innovative storage solutions, Scandinavian tile patterns in the bathroom as well as with the mix of vintage and new furniture and styling pieces. We created a design-forward and comfortable space for our client and her cats (scroll down for the hidden litter box and cat food storage in the kitchen) to enjoy for years to come.

Scottsdale, AZ
Interiors: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe

Art Deco

Residential

This project was all about maximizing the spatial plan and finishes. We chose to keep the design very simple, yet impactful. We reinvented their outdated kitchen and eat-in nook, creating a space that feels functional and calming.

We started by demoing the wall that was enclosing the kitchen and reconfiguring the doorways into the garage and laundry room to make the kitchen larger. We continued their wood plank tile from their master bedroom into this space for cohesion. We chose white washed rift white oak cabinetry as our main material and designed a custom slat door into the laundry room. One of the standout features is this 24″x24″ grey porcelain tile we chose for the backsplash to the ceiling. We chose white quartz countertops and a drywall hood to balance these focal features. The lighting adds a layer of sophistication – from the linear LED over the island to the classic nordic light over the nook table. Scroll down for the pre-renovation photos!

Scottsdale, AZ
Interiors: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe
Build: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe

Simply Nordic

Residential

We love diving into the vision and team behind the brands of our commercial clients. When we met with MindWire, a workforce analytics firm, we couldn’t wait to bring their company culture into their physical space. We designed their space to feel modern, forward-thinking, thoughtful and comfortable.

Scottsdale, AZ
Interiors: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe

MindWire

Commercial

​This home was designed with tons of rich and warm, dark desert tones, which creates a dramatic aesthetic in every room. The front living room features a floor to ceiling fireplace finished with a plaster technique and taupe-colored marble. The kitchen is bright and inviting with an asymmetrical entertaining island sits in the middle with a terrazzo-patterned quartz countertop and plaster hood. The powder bath features a radius floating cabinet, custom mural (hand drawn by us) featuring the dominant colors throughout the home – nude, gray and black – as well as asymmetrical pendant lighting.

Another fun surprise with this project is that our client’s did not originally hire us to furnish any of the adjacent living rooms. With that being said, during our last week of the renovation, our client’s asked if there was anything we could do to elevate those rooms. Two days before the install, we sourced furnishings, art, rugs and decor locally. On the final reveal day, we fully set up these rooms and blended them with some of their existing furnishings and they were speechless!

Scottsdale, AZ
Interiors: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe
Construction: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe

Tone and Texture

Residential

Our biggest goal with this design build project was improving functionality. Prior to the renovation, half of the space in the kitchen was not being utilized.

One of the details that drove the design was the window locations – we worked with the existing windows and created an asymmetrical design with the upper cabinets and the floating shelves that created balance. We chose walnut cabinetry paired with a matte quartz that runs up the wall to the ceiling for a refined look. Our client’s love for geometric tiles inspired us to source this artisanal tile from Portugal, on the back of the island, which is highlighted with LED lighting. We integrated the hood into the cabinetry, creating a seamless look on the range wall. The kitchen was finished with styling pieces that bring warmth and texture inspired by the desert.

Scottsdale, AZ
Interiors: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe
Construction: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe

Why Worry

Residential

Designing this home for this fun family of four was an incredible experience! Their Scandinavian style spoke to us and their love for color pushed us out of our comfort zone. When they came to us, they were just finishing up a full remodel of the interior of their home.

They were having a hard time imagining how their Scandinavian style would connect with this home. We made conscious decisions with the light fixture selections and fully furnished and styled the home for them. They are lovers of color so we embraced this throughout each space. From the classic Eames bubble lamp in the dining room, to the graphic wallpaper in their daughter’s room, mustard king bed, and modern gallery wall in the formal living room, this design does not disappoint. We focused on incorporating clean and classic lines that will stand the test of time.

Scottsdale, AZ
Interiors: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe
Construction: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe

Colorful Scandi

Residential

This home was a labor of love. We teamed up with an investor, Bryan O’Conor of Arcadia Fortress, to transform this home in Arcadia. This home was torn down to the concrete slab and a new home, along with a master suite addition, was built.

What stands out in this home are the high ceilings, natural light, spacious split floor plan, and the choice of finishes. We chose a 24″x48″ porcelain tile which resembled concrete throughout the entire home for a cohesive, modern feel. To complement this, we incorporated natural wood and putty tones into the cabinetry, which gave the home a minimalistic feel. As you enter each space, you appreciate how the colors and textures are carried throughout the home, yet it feels forward-thinking and unique. Along with the clean lines, we chose lighting and tile selections that would really stand out within each space. We chose to accessorize with items that were either vintage or handmade, merging the desert vibe with the industrial finishes.

Scottsdale, AZ
Interiors: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe
Builder/Developer: Arcadia Fortress

Desert Meets Industrial

Residential

We were instantly drawn to this home with the existing flooring combination of real copper pennies, amber-stained polished concrete and character-filled hardwood. Our goal was to marry the modern architecture with vintage textures.

We designed the bedroom with a round, plaster wall detail and minimal pendant lights over the night stands to create the focal point. The simplistic bed frame is anchored by the black marble open night stands. We incorporated geometric-shaped pillows for visual interest and an eclectic gallery wall including abstract art, vintage finds, concrete sculptures and our client’s sentimental copper pieces. This vibe is continued in the office with the same black marble desk top, black oak book shelf, rattan light fixture and eclectic decor. The entry cabinet is a crowd favorite with the reeded glass, which sets the tone for the home. We upgraded the bar area with a retro cane bar cabinet styled with a mid century modern lamp and boho decor.

Scottsdale, AZ
Interiors: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe
Construction: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe

Vintage Desert

Residential

When the Arizona Coyotes Hockey Operations approached us to design their office spaces, we couldn’t pass up the opportunity. They wanted something functional, sleek and on-brand. We started by having all of the walls painted white and having the concrete polished for an industrial feel.

Their operations team had specific requirements for work spaces. They needed a conference table to accommodate 22 people, as well as 4 individual desks, stat monitors, game monitors and a beverage/printer station. We designed a custom conference table which resembles a hockey rink. The branded wall graphic catches your eye as soon as you walk in. Adjacent to that, we designed a custom cabinet for a beverage refrigerator, office storage and hidden printer. The countertop is a custom terrazzo top with a black penny round backsplash to the ceiling. Integrated in the backsplash are custom steel shelves and concrete light fixtures. We added the linear LED lighting above the conference table for task lighting.

Glendale, AZ
Interiors: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe
Construction: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe

Official NHL Arizona Coyotes

Commercial

Our clients came to us with an outdated kitchen that had a ton of wasted space. We were able to double the size of their kitchen by bringing a previous addition up to code and allowing it to be real added square footage to their home.

Their love of blue inspired us in this color palette but we kept it light and airy with the countertop stone that runs up the wall as a backsplash and into a shelf. We designed this custom cabinetry with a slight edge door detail and chose modern tab pulls for a clean, European look. We engineered the LED channel into the stone shelf to allow for task lighting where there was no upper cabinetry. We incorporated fluted glass inserts on the bar cabinetry for a nod to retro. We love the movement in the countertops that look like an exposed aggregate, giving this industrial design some added warmth.

Phoenix, AZ
Interiors: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe
Build: Mondragon Design + Build

Industrial Modern

Residential

Three words: Scandinavian. Modern. Desert. This is a special project because this also happens to be Kaitlyn’s home, our Owner + Principal Designer of Iconic Design+Build. Scandinavian design is a design movement characterized by simplicity, minimalism and functionality that emerged in the early 20th century, and subsequently flourished in the 1950’s. Modern design consists of neutral colors, clean design lines and environmentally-friendly materials. Desert modern style refers to California boho eclectic decor, a lot of mix and matching different patterns, mud-cloth pillows, rugs, in different layers.

This home was built in 1993, just down the street from Taliesin West, the home of the famous architect Frank Lloyd Wright from 1937 until 1959. Our favorite elements are the slat wall in the book, wallpaper on the ceiling in the dining room and steel wall in the primary bedroom.

Scottsdale, AZ
Interiors: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe
Construction: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe

Scandinavian Modern Desert

Residential

We were instantly drawn to the architecture of this building, an iconic mid-century modern condominium with exposed block, floor to ceiling windows and bright green front doors. A few of the standout design elements here are the terrazzo floors, sculptural wall of tile in the kitchen and the creative use of space in the bathroom. We love how this floor tile selection instantly draws you into the space, it feels sophisticated, yet playful.

Our favorite details are the focal wall tile in the kitchen, which we completely wrapped into the window. The terrazzo tile in the shower and the creative storage we designed from the shower to the vanity mirror. The asymmetrical light with a red perforated metal shade and globe to standout against the neutral tones. We finished the space off with undercabinet lighting underneath the floating cabinet.

Scottsdale, AZ
Interiors: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe
Construction: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe

Mid-Century Modern Condo

Residential

This may have been one of the most unique projects we’ve ever worked on. We were matched with a client who loves the desert just as much as we do. We were also incredibly inspired by the curvy architecture of this home that is carved into the side of a mountain. It had stunning bones with a great room that felt like a gallery, but it felt very dark and heavy. With the new design, we gave the home a new spirit and allowed it to breathe.

Our client’s bright and eclectic artwork became a prominent design element throughout each space, so we matched this personality with eye-catching finishes and shapes. We turned any “awkward” spaces into design opportunities. Starting with the kitchen, we created a focal point with this custom-designed island that stands out like a unique piece of furniture. We custom-designed night stands in the master bedroom to wrap around the existing walls and brought the detailed curves out with an applied plaster treatment. We love how the existing wood tones of the interior doors and cantera pillars feel modern and stand out in the completed design. We were so excited to design a home for our client’s and their grandkids to enjoy for years to come!

Scottsdale, AZ
Interiors: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe
Construction: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe

Curvy Home // Eclectic Desert

Residential

We couldn’t have been more excited when a repeat client of ours came to us letting us know they had found their forever home. The home’s contemporary and industrial architecture gave us an amazing blank canvas. Our client’s love a relaxed vibe – they’re avid travelers and yogis. We went with an organic desert style, incorporating Scandinavian lines and minimalist design details.

The use of texture and unique color palettes stand out in this project. We put a focus on specialty lighting, giving the home a relaxing feel. The art and decor is eclectic, yet simple. We incorporated plant life in every space which acts a pop of color on the white walls. We commission a few custom pieces by local artists, for example, the pastel Grand Canyon painting in the living room and the fiber art wall hanging in the master bedroom. We’re excited to have created this home for this young family to grow into for years.

Scottsdale, AZ
Interiors: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe
Construction: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe

Organic Desert

Residential

We teamed up with an investor to design a one-of-a-kind property. We created a very clear vision for this home – Scandinavian minimalism. Our intention for this home was to incorporate as many natural materials that we could.

We started by selecting polished concrete floors throughout the entire home. To balance this masculinity, we chose soft, natural wood grain cabinetry for the kitchen, bathrooms and mudroom. In the kitchen, we made the hood a focal point by wrapping it in marble and installing a herringbone tile to the ceiling. We accented the rooms with brass and polished chrome, giving the home a light and airy feeling. We incorporated organic textures and soft lines throughout. The bathrooms feature a dimensioned shower tile and leather towel hooks. We drew inspiration for the color palette and styling by our surroundings – the desert.

Phoenix, AZ
Interiors: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe
Construction: The Contractor Guys

Minimal Scandinavian

Residential

​We teamed up with a landscape designer to design an incredible outdoor space for a growing family. They had recently purchased the home and there was nothing but grass in the backyard. The design incorporated a pool with a spa, pergola, outdoor fireplace and kitchen, outdoor shower and covered patio.

We designed everything from the pavers, pool tile, layout, lighting to the furnishings/decor. One of our favorite details is the glass fence surrounding the pool. The pergola has a draped cover in Sunbrella fabric to withstand the elements. We created a super cozy space for a family to spend time or entertain. We layered neutrals and brought in texture with rattan, teak and concrete accents.

Scottsdale, AZ
Design: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe
Construction: Unique Landscapes, Pools and Spas

Arcadia Retreat

Residential

When tasked to design this guest house from the ground up, we were ready for the challenge. Our clients wanted something practical, unique, modern and earthy. We started by selecting different textures in the finishes to bring the warmth – walnut, concrete, terrazzo and brass were layered throughout.

We designed these custom terrazzo kitchen countertops by choosing the base color and the exposed aggregate throughout. We contrasted this textural surface with the alternating matte and glossy stacked subway tile in the kitchen. The retro lighting is apparent throughout the guest house. The bathroom features a floating concrete vanity with integral sink and shelf below for storage. For the office, we chose hardwood flooring, custom cabinetry and concrete countertops with a brass inlay in the waterfall. The backsplash is cork, therefore, functional and aesthetically pleasing. We think it’s a perfect embodiment of our signature warm modern aesthetic.

Scottsdale, AZ
Interiors: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe
Build: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe

Textural Bohemian

Residential

The transformation of this home is sure to blow your mind. We chose a light and airy color palette, with Scandinavian lines. We kept this home simple to allow the mountain views to stand out in each space. This was our client’s very first home and we were honored that they approached us to give this home a new life.

We started by replacing all of the floors, painting the entire home, modifying the existing cabinetry and replacing all fixtures. The light oak wood flooring is actually a vinyl, making it child and dog proof! We went with a contrasting black island and oak floating shelves to break up the white cabinetry and backsplash. The backsplash is laid in a modern stack, yet the variation in color makes it look handmade. We incorporated different textures like marble, wood and steel, to give this home an earthy feel. We kept the interiors vibrant and youthful. The moody office became the perfect work-from-home space for our client.

Scottsdale, AZ
Interiors: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe
Construction: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe

The Modern Minimalist

Residential

This true mid-century modern home was ready to be revived. The home was built in 1959 and lost its character throughout the various remodels over the years. Our clients came to us trusting that with our help, they could love their home again. This design is full of clean lines, yet remains playful and organic.

The first steps in the kitchen were removing the soffit above the previous cabinets and reworking the cabinet layout. They didn’t have an island before and the hood was in the middle of the room. They gained so much storage in the same square footage of kitchen. We started by incorporating custom flat slab walnut cabinetry throughout the home. We lightened up the rooms with bright white countertops and gave the kitchen a 3-dimensional emerald green backsplash tile. In the hall bathroom, we chose a penny round floor tile, a terrazzo tile installed in a grid pattern from floor-to-ceiling behind the floating vanity. The hexagon mirror and asymmetrical pendant light are unforgettable.

Scottsdale, AZ
Interiors: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe
Construction: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe

Mid-Century Modern

Residential

Risk Resource is a nationally recognized financial services company that specializes in risk management and succession planning. They design and implement financial solutions to better prepare individuals and businesses for the future.

Based out of Scottsdale, Arizona since 1983, Risk Resource is a third-generation business. Their integrity, creativity, and partnering approach have led to the long-term success and protection of thousands of families across the country.

Scottsdale, AZ
Interiors: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe
Construction: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe

Risk Resource

Commercial

Reliable Background Screening is a nationwide background screening company that was established in 1990. Their bold brand allowed us to get creative with the design for their new office.

Scottsdale, AZ
Interiors: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe
Construction: Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe

Reliable Background Screening

Commercial