Anchoring the guest bedroom design, a sculptural adornment above the bed is a statement piece that ties the room together. “We found that on the island," says interior designer Linda Woodrum. "It was an old piece that was signage for something and we just bought it impulsively."
A few accessories nod to the coastal Connecticut location of this home—the anchor on the wall, a throw pillow or two. But the room's splashy mix of graphic patterns keeps the look fresh and contemporary.
A black, gray and neutral geometric rug anchors this chic transitional dining room. Black furnishings add contrast, while a ceiling fan, small spotlights and sconces illuminate the space. White beadboard wainscoting completes the design.
A huge stone fireplace anchors the far wall, furthering the home's rustic aesthetic. Here, a neutral sofa, twin armchairs and a wood coffee table create a comfortable sitting area where the owners and their guests can relax after a day on the lake.
This open kitchen is part of larger living room, anchored by a great stone fireplace. Looking around, one can learn so much about the family that lives here: they love to cook, find comfort in a roaring fire and enjoy curling up with a book in their tufted armchairs.
Large glass doors and an all-neutral palette create a bright, breezy atmosphere in this open living space. A gray stone fireplace anchors the room, and clean-lined furniture ensures a crisp, contemporary aesthetic.
This coastal-style master bedroom includes antique-style furnishings that lend a lived-in look and a canopy poster bed fashioned from mindi wood. A serpentine-front cabinet stands in as both a nightstand and clothing and linen storage unit.
With the help of a local contractor, the designers found that a floor-to-ceiling fireplace would best suit the scale of this living room. Custom molding ensures that it feels like a natural part of the setting, rather than a new addition.