This view from the dining room looking out to the entry shows the close proximity between the two spaces. While these areas of the home share a coordinated design scheme, the different wall colors help give each space a distinct feel and personality.
This well-appointed office provides a comfortable space for working at home that offers privacy for time at the laptop or taking calls, but still enjoys a central location by the media room and just off the great room.
This look from the butler’s pantry shows the kitchen with breakfast area located just steps away. “A coffee bar in any home is a dream for me,” says designer Tiffany Brooks. “Even though it is a butler’s pantry, I made it into an example to encourage homeowners to use spaces as they live.”
This wide view of the entry looking towards the front door of the home shows the mudroom area, the paneled door to the powder room on the left, and original pocket doors to the parlor on the right side of this photo. “Preserving the pocket doors was very important, to allude to the original architecture of the home,” says project manager Dan Faires.
Shades of white and green and plenty of flora decor bring the outdoors in in this solarium by Francie Hargrove. Even more use of outside inside: the novel incorporation of the relaxing sound of water in a water fountain at one end of this pretty room.
Original pink terrazzo floors and endless white walls give the home a contemporary gallery feel, making it the perfect spotlight for Bush and Stanley's extensive collection of artwork and found objects.