This modern kitchen is toned down and given a more casual, comfortable feel by using rustic yet sophisticated furnishings. The white paint and cabinets create a light and airy feel and expansive windows offer amazing views of the ocean.
Expansive windows provide panoramic views of the Connecticut countryside at this estate home designed by Andrew Bartolotta. Designer Amy Zolin drew the neutral palette of the home's exterior into her interior designs and embraced the laid-back setting with a look that was less fussy and formal than a home in the city.
Fit for a big family or large gathering, this living room features multiple seating options, plush accents and a large African-inspired coffee table. Blues and corals enhance the neutral color palette, and lamps and lighting are soft and unobtrusive.
Expansive windows on the facade of this renovated transitional estate allow the light fixtures to be viewed as you approach the house. Interesting curved lines and gables characterize the home's exterior.
This neutral gray bedroom features an upholstered bed and chrome lamps and bench. Roman shades and matching curtains set off the expansive windows. Mixed textures lend depth, and bright pillows draw focus.
A vast enclosed porch feels like it's part of the backyard with expansive windows that extend overhead. For coziness, there's a fireplace. Striped, cushy ottomans can be plunked down anywhere for extra seating.
Located in the east wing, the fully furnished and equipped kitchen centers around a royal blue AGA stove and cooktop. Beautiful marble tiles adorn the floor, and stained glass sparkles in the expansive windows.