As seen on HGTV's hit show, Fixer Upper, the formal dining room in this home was moved to the sunporch to create a unique space for entertaining. With plenty of natural light, the space feels bright and open, while the brick fireplace makes the space feel a part of the home. A new, rustic dining room table brings this space to life, as the new chandelier helps to light the space and add a touch of elegance.
This sun porch shields from the elements while large windows around the room let in ample natural light to connect it to the outdoors. A rich wood entertainment cabinet adds a darker, heavier piece to ground the neutral and airy design. Plush furniture and an elegant decor offer timeless traditional style.
Around the exterior of the house, porches and patios allow the family and their guests to relax and take in the home's beautiful ocean views. A pergola was built above each of these spaces to help block the sun so these spaces can be enjoyed during any time of day.
This 100+ year old bungalow in an historical neighborhood had not been remodeled in many years. The challenge was to bring it up to date with modern conveniences without losing the cozy feel. The old sun porch was converted into a breakfast room with room to seat eight.
Though spacious, this sun porch has a cozy, warm feel that's achieved by creating distinct spaces for lounging and dining. A large stone fireplace is a welcoming touch. A mix of light and dark finishes creates contrast that highlights the Spanish architecture.
A 100+ year old bungalow in a very historical neighborhood. This home had not been remodeled in many years. The challenge was to bring it up to date with modern conveniences without losing the cozy feel. This old sun porch was converted into a breakfast room.
Down a short flight of stairs from the sun porch, the outdoor space expands again into an amazing sculpture garden and lounge. A series of tall sculptures are mixed with tables and chairs that also have an artistic quality. Brooklyn remains as close as a glance over the wall but with so many visual delights between it and the garden, the city feels worlds away.
Outside, the unique details continue. Through the dining room, the brownstone reveals a large outdoor space, which Paul has designed in two parts. In the first, a sun porch boasts a series of Eames dining chairs around a simple and elegant wrought iron table. A series of Paul’s sculptures lines the table, displaying his continued fascination with nature, texture and unique shapes.
Surrounded by windows, this dining room is illuminated with natural sunlight. The circular table fills the space well with plenty of floor space remaining for comfortably maneuvering through the room. A pendant light centers the room while an area rug adds a touch of color.