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Inside Interior Designer Ginger Robinson's Home

Take a peek inside Ginger and Michael Robinson's Nixa home, which speaks to Robinson’s modern classic style.

By Savannah Waszczuk | Photos by Brandon Alms

Jun 2017

Inside Interior Designer Ginger Robinson's Home

Living Room

The home’s open-concept floor plan was a must. “Our main goal for this whole area was to accommodate people being in our home and to make it a space for gathering people together,” Ginger says of the living room, kitchen and dining area. “We wanted it to be accessible and inviting.” It features white oak floors, thick white craftsman-style trim and a fireplace with a marble herringbone design that’s flanked by two antique doors. Robinson found the doors at a flea market, and they bring a touch of rustic in with the room’s clean lines.



An oversized granite-topped island acts as a hub for the kitchen, which features white shaker-style cabinetry and a beveled subway tile backsplash. “There’s a little bit of modern farmhouse in here as well,” Robinson says of the home. The kitchen sits adjacent to the dining room, where a traditional farmhouse-style dining table is surrounded by midcentury modern chairs.


Master Bathroom

The master bathroom features white granite countertops, a crystal chandelier, a freestanding tub and floor-to-ceiling marble subway tile in the shower. The shower also features tile in a herringbone pattern just like the tile on the fireplace. “I’m not afraid to reuse certain elements where they’re appropriate,” Robinson says. “I like to keep a simple slate, then build on the space with other details.”