An advanced washer and dryer use modern technology to safely and thoroughly clean and dry clothes in an energy-efficient way. The laundry room also includes a water sensor that is part of the home’s top-notch security system that sends an alert to help you avoid costly damage from leaks and floods.
To give the bookcase a bit more of a modern feel, designers decided to turn the books around. Designers staged the bookcases to make the accent piece look more put together for a clean, uncluttered look.
The client wanted a classic kitchen that was also very clean-cut. To do this, designer Peter Salerno used a white painted perimeter with a long walnut island, coupled with marble countertops and white beams on the ceiling to pull it all together. The high contrast in the kitchen helps keep it looking clean.
The master bathroom feels spacious in a black and white with French blue accents. Industrial accents from the factory window styled shower to black and gray fixtures throughout the room add a striking contrast.
The kitchen’s window ledge offers a chance to display bottles of special olive oils and vinegars, while olive-wood pepper mills and a natural wood pizza peel sit on the Mesabi Black counter to the right of the range. “The countertops are super clean and simple granite, which I don’t usually use but it really fits the house because it’s all about texture,” says designer Brian Patrick Flynn.
The kitchen island offers a place for two to dine, while also serving as a place for prepping food. Additional seating is provided at the dining nook, which includes a built-in banquette. Punches of orange and red give the space a lovely dose of color.