TREVER HILL DESIGN&LIVING
A BRIGHT TRANSITION n a unique hybrid, bold and bright meets classic and traditional. Casselton natives Cory and Erika Oberlander aimed for uncommon perfection with their distinctly different design. The couple chose an unexpected color palette that will make your jaw drop. With the help of Trever Hill Design, the couple got creative when trying to make their new house feel like home. Their previous home in West Fargo was very modern, so moving into this 2005 traditional home, they knew they would need to find a way to incorporate both styles. As Erika Oberlander was flipping through a recent Design & Living Magazine issue, she came across Trever Hill’s work and fell in love with his creative and vibrant style.
By Jayne Harms & Trever Hill Photos by J. Alan Paul Photography
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With their parents just blocks away, the Oberlanders knew that moving back to Casselton, N.D. was going to make for a great place for their son, Dawson Oberlander, to grow up. Previously, the family resided in West Fargo, but because Erika Oberlander is a stay-at-home mom and Cory Oberlander’s job is mobile, they decided to call Casselton home, for the second time. “Erika and I both grew up in Casselton. Having Dawson, we both thought it would be better if he grew up in a smaller town where he can ride his bike to the golf course and where there is more to do, rather than just staying around your neighborhood,” said Cory Oberlander.
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