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Welcome to Camellia Gardens, where the charm of Harrisburg, NC, meets the epitome of modern living. Nestled in this serene neighborhood are two exceptional model homes — the Redwood and the Madison. Discover the inspiration, design process, and distinctive features that make each home stand out.

Inspiration Behind the Design:

The driving force behind the design of these model homes was to create a distinct look for each. The Madison exudes a masculine and modern vibe, while the Redwood embraces a more feminine and transitional design. From the start of the design process through to the end, the goal of Unscripted Interior Design’s team has been clear — to create distinct identities for each home, ensuring that homeowners find a space that resonates with their unique tastes and preferences.

Design Process:

Crafting two distinct homes requires careful consideration. Instead of adhering to a single design, the Unscripted Interior Design team took a bold approach, opting for a modern and industrial concept for the Madison and a fresh, light, and bright aesthetic for the Redwood.

Unique Features of Each Room:

The Redwood:

  • Kitchen & Breakfast Area: A built-in breakfast banquette provides additional sitting space and a casual dining area.
  • Dining Room: A grand statement is made with ceiling details and slipcovered dining chairs which add softness.
  • Family Room: The mix of materials creates a dynamic space, offering plenty of room for the whole family.
  • Rec Room: A multi-use space with a modular sofa for various activities, from watching TV to hosting game nights.
  • Premier Suite: Tonal trim details on the headboard wall bring a sense of calm.
  • Covered Porch: Extra dining and seating areas for outdoor enjoyment.


To recreate the Redwood’s look, focus on natural materials, stained furniture, and soft upholstered items.

The Madison:

  • Kitchen: Show-stopping countertops with natural movement in quartzite.
  • Dining Room: Defined dining space with an area rug anchoring the table and chairs.
  • Family Room: Modern and masculine aesthetic with dynamic lighting and clean lines.
  • Loft: Playful paint details perfect for a kids’ space.
  • Premier Suite: Sophisticated trim details incorporating art into the headboard wall.
  • Flex Room: Ample storage and natural light create a space ideal for those who work from home.
  • Covered Porch: Perfectly sized for a family lounge set.


To recreate the look, opt for clean lines, a mix of light and dark materials, and black-and-white photos or artwork.

What Stands Out:

The standout feature of both floorplans is their size and open-concept design. The Redwood’s soaring ceilings add a sense of grandeur upon entering, while the second floor in both models allows for versatile usage tailored to homeowners’ needs.

Materials, Textures, and Colors:

In the Redwood, a transitional coastal Americana style prevails with subtle red, white, and blue tones, complemented by natural materials like stained woods and natural fibers. The Madison embraces a modern design with a high-contrast palette, incorporating hints of yellow and abstract artwork.


Interested in seeing how we’ve designed some of our other model homes? Check out this modern farmhouse look in Gastonia and discover how we put a moody twist on contemporary.


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