The neoclassical or new classical, is an extravagant home style that romanticizes ancient Greek and Roman architecture. Design features often include wrought-iron railings, white columns and grand porches or verandas.
Detailed cabinetry in an antique white finish pairs with a stunning metal range hood in the luxurious kitchen, coordinating with the home's neoclassical architecture. Golden tan walls create warmth, and marble floors, countertops and a backsplash pull the sumptuous look together.
Three black barstools line the kitchen island, creating a spot for casual dining and providing contrast against the white marble used throughout the space. White cabinetry with a distressed finish and dark hardware works beautifully with the light-and-dark motif. Golden tan walls pair with a bronze-hued range hood to create warmth in the luxurious space.
A wall of French doors allows natural light to infiltrate this large bedroom, creating a sense of grandeur that fits with the rest of the luxurious home. A stately four poster bed and an animal hide rug complete the look.
A metallic tile backsplash combines with a marble bathtub surround and basket weave tile flooring for an extravagant look in this large bathroom — one of the home's three. A large wood vanity with two mirrors offers plenty of space for two people.
Located just off the foyer, this Neoclassical parlor is used to entertain guests before and after meals in the formal dining room. The space reflects the client's desire for a cozy, feminine place that exudes luxury to make guests feel comfortable and pampered.
Two crisp white sofas flank the fireplace in this living area, creating a sense of symmetry that mimics the home's neoclassical exterior. The evenly spaced French doors — another hallmark of neoclassical style — allow in plenty of natural light.
Landscaping clearly articulates the entry statement even prior to encountering the front door in front of this neoclassical-style home. A row of cypress trees and paver driveway with a diamond grass pattern are as dramatic as the home itself.