Opening on Jan. 20, the model home was professionally decorated by HRI Design. It has five bedrooms, three baths and a convenient first-floor bedroom suite.

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SAMMAMISH — Toll Brothers will unveil its second model home at the Canterbury Park community during a grand-opening event on Jan. 20.

The event is inspired by the themes in the model home’s children’s rooms. It will feature jugglers, freshly made cotton candy, buttered popcorn, a Teatro ZinZanni gift card giveaway, and large pinwheel lollipop take-home gifts.

The model home features the builder’s Peak design and was professionally decorated by HRI Design. It has five bedrooms, three baths and a convenient first-floor bedroom suite.

“Think Anthropologie meets Mitchell Gold or Room and Board,” says Wendy Welsh, design director at HRI. “It’s a collected take on a contemporary look, featuring a sophisticated coral, cranberry and ebony color scheme with gold accents throughout. Natural white oak wood flooring and medium stained ceilings are featured on the entire main level, along with furniture that is clean-lined with a slight nod to mid-[century] modern.”

One of the home’s highlights is its open kitchen, which includes a center island, modern white cabinetry and quartz countertops. The connected dining room, which opens to the great room, has built-ins with floating shelves for showcasing art and book collections.

A contemporary linear fireplace in the great room is wrapped in ebony matte tile.

Upstairs, a loft features white shelving complemented by a stained panel backdrop. This can be an ideal homework space or second living room. There are also three auxiliary bedrooms and a master suite.

“The master has deep taupe panelled walls with a stunning Restoration Hardware light fixture that combines black and gold elements,” says Welsh. “There is a gorgeous master bath with polished Calcutta Gold Marble flooring and walls, and a freestanding tub.”

The three auxiliary rooms have been decorated in kids’ themes. An Alice in Wonderland room showcases a tea table, teapot lights and a varied door headboard wall. A Ferris Wheel room features an actual Ferris wheel with circus lights that run the perimeter of the room. The Robotics room has a full-size Lite-Brite wall and shelving that frames the bed.

Guests can tour the Peak, as well as Canterbury Park’s other decorated model home, the Stuart, at the grand opening. The can also explore the community’s private open space, three community parks and scenic walking trail.

For commuters, Canterbury Park is within 20 minutes of major employment centers in Bellevue, Redmond and Issaquah. Children living at Canterbury Park can attend Rachel Carson Elementary, Inglewood Middle School and Eastlake High School, all in the Lake Washington School District.