Let there be natural light! This unique skylight, positioned in between the home's living room and kitchen, straddles a centralized beam and allows light to pour into the open concept space. The other exposed beams are made from preserved oak.
Here's a kitchen that feels contained and cozy -- until you look up. The lofty ceilings allow the wood-clad kitchen to breathe, keeping it from feeling closed in. White walls and a high window also bring a beautiful brightness to the space.
As seen on Cousins on Call, this corner use to be a dark crowded space with exposed pipes and a furnace. It is now a new Lego play area for the Tarabokia boys. John and Anthony designed the walls and ceiling to be lined with Lego boards for the boys to make anything imaginable and be able to stick them to the walls and ceiling.
A dark hardwood ceiling makes this guest room cozy and chic. Recessed lighting and light from the large window reflect onto the ceiling for a dramatic effect. The furnishings are attractive yet simple to keep the focus on the ceiling architecture.
The detailed rosette ceiling in the center of the room features inset antique mirrors framed in acanthus leaf moldings. The center ceiling medallion is embellished with a blue crystal chandelier. The archway leading into the family room is paneled and finished to match the cabinetry. On both sides of the arch, the designer centered two tall China cabinets with curved mullion doors.
A perfect example of the home's meticulous restoration, the impressive foyer includes intricate wood details and a ceiling beautifully painted in blue and gold. Twin staircases lead up to the second floor.