This stunning home exterior features light wood paneling paired with large windows, allowing a peek into the interior spaces, like the master bedroom and bathroom. Surrounding evergreen trees give the home a private, secluded feel.
This breakfast room is furnished with comfortable and whimsical antiques. An "Auberge" lunge chair from Formations has removable side wings and is upholstered in Robert Kime "Bird's Nest" printed linen. Curtains are a colorful strawberry and leaf linen from Robert Kime, with "Bentley Ticking Stripe" banding from Brunschwig and Fils. The overhead lantern is French, from Gore Dean Antiques.
This updated home exterior features light wood paneling paired with ample windows, allowing the home to appear open and inviting. A peek into one of the windows shows off the stylish living room with a sitting area and stone fireplace.
The dining area features a built-in window seat with storage. The reason is to minimize visual clutter in the great room by reducing free-standing furniture--all to make the room feel larger. Tall windows let natural light into the space and also provide an excellent view. The open metal design of both the windows and the light fixture give a light feeling to the space.
This modern, circular white table sits in front of a large three-sectioned window providing ample natural lighting for the room. Two brown office-style chairs sit at the table facing the back porcelain vases on the table. The light floor and walls gives the room a bright and awake atmosphere. A rounded corner triangle glass table displays blue decorations adding light color to the room.
For a writer’s studio in a modern home, architect John Bertram envisioned a seamless, unobstructed connection between the view and the writing desk, and the goal was to eliminate any evidence of windows at all — including the frames themselves.