A breakfast bay with wraparound windows provides sweeping views across Long Island Sound. The kitchen of this 12,000-square-foot luxury home in Greenwich, Connecticut, features white cabinetry and a large center island. Custom shades roll down to provide privacy and filter light.
With its sleek, curved ceiling, dark hardwood floors and built-in wet bar, this lounge-like game room is designed for entertaining. Rows of doors open the room to the sweeping water view and bring in loads of natural light. A TV above the fireplace pairs with comfortable seating, allowing the space to function as a media room as well.
Sliding glass doors open the indoor living space up to the patio, where blue and gray outdoor furniture make it like a continuation of the indoor area. The entire space is ideal for entertaining with plenty of seating and an easy flow.
This custom-made sofa is 13' x 13', so an average-sized coffee table would be too small. Hexagonal end tables were the clever solution; they can be arranged in any number of ways, making them flexible and oh-so-functional. Art over sofa: Urban Outfitters (Kimberly Dhollander- Dreamy Art Houses Print)
This dining room features a gorgeous white coffered ceiling with modern starburst light fixture. The design is anchored with a gorgeous solid walnut and maple table that seats 10-12 comfortably for dinner and converts to a regulation-sized ping-pong table for friendly after-meal competition. A bright blue rug adds an element of color and fun to brighten the room.
This open floor plan connects the dining room, living room and kitchen, creating a family-friendly space that's truly the heart of the home. A comfortable gray sectional pairs with a sleek wood coffee table in the cozy living space, while a blue-green rug defines the area.
The bathroom was designed to be feminine and chic but have some 'aged' looking finishes for that shabby chic aesthetic. Mismatched hardware was added not only to tie in to the design look but also to provide a labeling system for the drawers.