Landscape lights cast a warm glow across this sitting area at night, making it feel especially cozy and inviting. Guests can take their pick of the cushioned chairs and share stories among the flowers.
In the newly reconfigured living room, a new double-sided fireplace serves as a visual focal point both this main living room and a sunroom just beyond. A plush gray sofa and matching coffee table sit at the room's center, as well as two neutral armchairs. Exposed beam vaulted ceilings complete the open look of the room.
This transitional master bedroom is as cozy as they come thanks to neutral walls, built-in bookcases and an oversized area rug. Floor-to-ceiling windows break up the shelves and fill the space with plenty of natural light as well.
When they need a place to jot down grocery lists, make budgets or send emails, the owners can enjoy this dedicated workspace in the corner of the kitchen. A modern sconce illuminates the desk, while the wood chair complements the kitchen's earthy color palette.
Adjacent to the family kitchen, this arched breakfast nook with dramatic Craftsman-inspired windows has ample seating for four or more, thanks to a large window seat that does double duty as a banquette.
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.
The stunning trompe l'oeil effect of this painting adds dimension and depth to this narrow walkway, making it appear larger. Simple, chrome sconces don't distract from the art, but give off just enough light to enjoy it.
This home's entryway features the same rustic-looking wood laminate as the kitchen, making the space feel fluid and cohesive. Dark kitchen cabinets contrast with the flooring, giving the space a more contemporary feel.
Red accents wow in this basement home theater, from the stunning plush sectional, armchair and ottoman to the details on the built-in shelving. Transitionally styled, the space showcases a fireplace, a wet bar with and additional table and seating. Dropping portions of the ceiling creates a comforting room within a room feel.
Connected to the kid's bedroom, this craft area doubles as a desk space for doing homework. A vaulted ceiling helps the narrow space feel more open. The long built-in wood desk stretches the length of the room and looks out a series of three window, two of which open for ventilation.