Though this contemporary home is designed with an open plan in mind, the great room is still divided into easily distinguished areas thanks to smart architectural features. The steel fireplace helps define two sitting zones, while the second-floor hallway helps demark the kitchen and dining areas.
This master bathroom was completely updated to make the most of architectural features like skylights and a cathedral ceiling. Custom cabinetry was added, topped with Caesarstone, and new tile was installed.
A custom cherry vanity tucks into the angular wall, making it a beautiful architectural feature rather than a design hindrance. The Piedrafina marble countertop and nickel finishes balance function, style and beauty.
The refurbished dining room has hardwood floors and opens onto a newly reconfigured kitchen. An original brick chimney chase was exposed and was retained as an architectural feature, as seen on Fixer Upper.
Contemporary furnishings paired with primitive architectural features create a dynamic juxtaposition in this living room. The primitive doorframe and creamy walls are characteristic of rustic Tudor charm.