Square, shadow box-like windows line this living room wall, allowing a peek into the nearby galley kitchen. Decorative vases are showcased within the windows, while light hardwood floors finish off the look of the space.
This window seat provides a great place to enjoy the view, read a book, or just simply sit back and relax within a bedroom. The striped cushions and patterned pillows have a soft color palette that pleases the eye.
TriplePoint Design Build fashioned many of the decorative items in this master bathroom to mimic the vintage styles of the 1920s. For example, they installed a decorative-patterned frosted glass half window over this storage chest for a classic touch. It coordinates beautifully with the black and white tile of the room and yellow and black sunflower arrangement.
This open dining area features rustic hardwood flooring, a distressed farmhouse dining table with distressed chairs, a distressed console table with repurposed window decoration, and a cage chandelier.
The living room was updated with fresh wall paint in sage green and new hardwood flooring. The ceiling-height corner window grouping, which had given the home a dated look, now becomes a key feature with new cedar wrap that gives it a more natural and refined look.
An apron sink tones down the formality of this traditional kitchen. Dark-stained cabinetry connects to the dark finish of the arched window's decorative molding. Natural stone countertops continue onto the island, with bold veining for added interest.