Panels from an 18th century French screen hang on the wall as a focal point in this beautiful, neutral traditional dining room. A long neutral curtain with a leaf border design hangs in front of glass French doors allowing outdoor access. Natural light from the doors and above windows illuminate the soft details of the room and dark wooden dining table.
Central to the master bedroom is an antique crystal Empire chandelier. The custom-designed bed is a contemporary, updated version of the renowned wing bed upholstered in Kravet silk and finished with nailheads. The bed is flanked by mirrored nightstands. French doors lead to an antique iron balcony from Argentina that affords the homeowners a private view of the lake
The original fireplace brick was painted white and shiplap paneling with a natural wood mantel was installed. The living room is staged with French Country accessories, books, and bright linen window treatments.
French touches give this traditional California dining room an air of casual elegance. Antique Neoclassical chairs are upholstered in utilitarian leather, which strikes a nice contrast with the toile panels in the living room's settee.
This dining room features a vintage cabinet with bamboo detail, blue and white chevron chairs, tulip table, and a pendant light that recalls a birdcage. On the wall, framed bird-motif wallpaper panels complete the eclectic look that has undeniable French influences.
The mantel and trim work in this master bedroom are kept straightforward, painted in Farrow & Ball's "Pointing" with moldings applied to stimulate paneling. The marble fireplace enlivens two chairs that coordinate nicely with the aqua and white check-patterned carpet.