The light-washed ceilings and pale gray-aqua walls bounce the abundant daylight off the modern glazing. Concealed foam insulation in the floors and ceiling contribute to the home’s negative 22 HERS index.
Dark-stained hand rails and stair treads set off the white millwork on this traditional, winding staircase. A trio of casement windows escalates along the steps, and wainscoting gives the space a sense of traditional elegance.
An elegant, spiral staircase ascends to the second floor of this beautiful home. Spanish inspired art and large windows line the staircase, bringing color to the space as well as natural light and a sea breeze.
The stunning architecture of this contemporary home is accented in the evening light with indoor light flooding the windows. A floating staircase with glass railing leads from a stone driveway to double front door entrance. Lighting under the overhang of each floor and staircase lighting help highlight the beautiful shape of the home.
Whites, creams and neutral tones blend to create an atmosphere that's at once casual and sophisticated. Expansive windows make this already-bright space feel even lighter and larger. The lively pops of blue and pink update the traditional motif fabrics and keep the space young and fresh.
Lovely details are found throughout the 1891 home, like the wainscoting and bannisters of these stairs and the pretty wood floors. Light filters in through a leaded glass window, crafted by the Colorsmith Studio.
The rich wood steps and upstairs floor add a warm element to the cool-toned contemporary design of this living space. Natural light from the rows of windows fills the two-story open space for an airy and open feel. Black and beige graphic patterned rugs stand out with bold design agains the gray marble floor.
White two-column balusters guide the wood banister between decorative wood newel posts. Natural light over the pastel sea green walls and white window trim makes for a light space. A subtle stained glass trim on the windows compliments the gorgeous frosted stained glass finish of the singular pendant light hanging above.
Sea green walls create a soft frame in the natural light of this staircase hallway. A warm yellow lampshade over the table lamp draws out the yellow coloring of the stain glass trim surrounding the windows. A wood table fills the space and provides support for a simple display to decorate the area.
Black railings contrast beautifully with the glass banisters and hardwood stairs of this custom staircase. Large windows behind the stairs fill the room with natural light during the day, and pendant lights hanging form the tall ceilings provide light at night.
In the living room downstairs, David and Kortney created an open concept first floor by removing the walls that had been standing between the kitchen, dining room and living room. This allowed the three spaces to take advantage of the natural light that comes in through the large windows, making these rooms feel brighter and more spacious.