Facing islands provide ample dining and seating space in this roomy kitchen and living space in Park City, Utah. Traditional rounded barstools are alternately upholstered in unexpected bright colors, showcasing the homeowner's fun and whimsical tastes. A crystal chandelier hangs amidst rustic ceiling beams, punctuating the home's eclectic design.
This 12-acre property included a small, 1960s contemporary house in original condition. Though the owners wanted a farmhouse, they decided to keep the existing contemporary structure for use as a pool house and build a traditional farmhouse close by, connecting the two buildings with a 40-foot-long buried tunnel.
Contemporary furnishings paired with primitive architectural features create a dynamic juxtaposition in this living room. The primitive doorframe and creamy walls are characteristic of rustic Tudor charm.