Architectural relics from 19th century France were upcycled to make this canopy bed which features an upholstered headboard and damask duvet cover. Pastel shades of blue, rose, gold and peach are repeated in the walls, rug, bedding and furniture. The polenta armoire dates to the eighteenth-century Italian and is from the Piedmont region, south of Milan.
On the other side of the master bathroom, an Art Deco-style armoire gives the owners a place for extra towels. Notice how the piece's black finish with gold hardware is a perfect match to the vanity, which makes the space feel cohesive.
Gold stenciling adds a hint of Old World elegance to this neutral nursery featuring a painted armoire. A series of window panels allows you to control the amount of light in the room, while two cribs offer options when it comes time to nap time.
This kitchen was designed for efficient cooking, and it looks fabulously French doing it. Designed to evoke the French Country style, its 10-foot ceilings, emblematic arches and intricate woodwork would have made Louis XIV proud. A decorative armoire, topped with iron pieces imported from Italy, hides the refrigerator, and a two-tiered Madura Gold granite island features a wet bar and two integrated white ovens. The island also features a raised seating area perfect for gatherings.