Swirled columns and understated archways subtly divide the foyer, living room and dining room in this elegant home. A neutral color palette carries throughout the spaces, tying them together and uniting the first floor.
In this Cape Cod-style home, a wraparound porch provides a sweeping view of Little Harbor. The large archways both create a breezy transition from one side to the next and add an elegant touch to the home's exterior.
Rich brown hardwood floors create a seamless transition to the dining area, complete with classic wood dining chairs and large chandelier. Beige wallpaper with a subtle pattern provides contrast to the bold white crown molding and fireplace.
The wall dividing the living and dining rooms is opened up with a wide archway for a more open feel. The distinctive patterned ceiling tiles were retained but new recessed lighting and fixtures were added.
Sculptures of a boy pouring out a bucket and a girl holding onto her sunhat are positioned in a flowering, lush outdoor garden. A stone archway outlines a doorway that serves as a side entrance to the home.