On the other side of the kitchen's peninsula, guests will find a breakfast nook filled with natural light. A curved, built-in banquette makes the most of this round corner, while three gray slipper chairs provide even more seating around the table.
A generously-sized, granite-topped island was crucial for this kitchen, as it gives the owners a spot to prep dinner or serve it up buffet-style. From here, they can also see through the French doors and onto the patio, which makes entertaining even easier.
This kitchen features state-of-the-art appliances on a backdrop of custom cabinets -- meaning that the owners can enjoy functionality *and* storage. Meanwhile, a large medieval chandelier centers the space and nods to the home's regal sense of style.
This master bedroom is simple yet oh-so-serene with neutral walls and furnishings. In addition to a chic sitting area with tufted, charcoal gray chairs and a fireplace, this space boasts a private loggia and an attached bathroom with his-and-her vanities.
This parlor is absolutely picture-perfect, with soaring ceilings, two-story windows and a piano in the corner. A large gray area rug softens the hardwood floors and defines the sitting area, which includes a light green sofa and two white chairs.
Because it's tucked behind the parlor and slightly out of sight from the two-story windows, this sitting area feels much more intimate and so allows for quiet conversations. Guests can choose from a traditional loveseat or two tufted chairs and keep their glass of wine on the acrylic coffee table.
On the other side of the room, guests have access to a small kitchen and dining area. Although the distressed wood cabinets, Spanish tile backsplash and farmhouse sink share a color palette, their different textures fill this corner with visual interest.
In addition to a main house with seven bedrooms and six baths, this expansive estate boasts a carriage house for guests on the edge of the property. Here, visitors can enjoy their own living room, kitchen and two bedrooms with an attached bath.
This covered patio is picture-perfect, with a chic black pendant light hanging over some stylish outdoor furniture. The electric blue sofa and chairs are particularly bold and pop against the home's neutral siding.
Special occasions call for a meal in the dining room. To ensure that the space would feel less formal and more approachable to guests, the designers outfitted the space with a distressed buffet and a farmhouse-style table. A beaded chandelier and an Asian-inspired triptych pack in even more visual interest.
When the curtains are open, soft natural light spills into this transitional living room, catching on the crushed velvet sofa and glass-topped coffee table. Through the small archway to the left, guests will find the powder room and another door to the back patio.
Thanks to the home's open floor plan, the owners can still chat with their guests as they prep dinner or mix drinks in the kitchen. Meanwhile, a crushed velvet sofa, two suede armchairs, two ottomans and three matching barstools provide stylish seating for up to ten people.