Large glass sliding doors with clerestory windows above stretch across the whole rear elevation of this open-plan space, maximizing daylight in the kitchen, living, dining and study areas. “Light cascading through from the rear of the property lends an airy and fresh feeling, creating an enjoyable space to entertain family and friends,” says architect Robert Wilson.
This fun living space enjoys sweeping views of the Washington waterfront, as well as heat from an antique wood stove. Four red leather club chairs create a great conversation nook when paired with a graphic rug and complementary pillows. Loads of windows amplify the view and bring in copious amounts of natural sunlight.