Nestled within historic Hyde Park, this modern and textured living space features a mixed design of dark wood and tufted leather. Two leather armchairs and sofa sit across from the gas fireplace with a white brick facade. The mounted TV is flanked by a wooden built-in and an artistic glass wine cabinet with door.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson gave new life to an outdated fireplace by replacing the old brick surround with white marble and topping it with a solid mahogany floating ledge. A contemporary gold sunburst pops against the grasscloth wallpaper and is a bright contrast to the rooms darker-hued midcentury modern furnishings.
This home's entryway is an introduction to the large living room and open floor plan that includes a dining room, family room and kitchen. The space features a weathered wood fireplace and white brick--great additions for designer Debbie Talianko's coastal-style design approach for the home. The look is soft, inviting and comfortable for family living.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson transformed this once dated wet bar into a chic focal point with extra seating and lots of storage. She replaced the bar's old, tile siding with sleek neutral wood and added a fresh coat of white paint to the existing brick face. A limestone countertop finishes off the contemporary look and matches the limestone fireplace surround a few feet away.