Drama and warmth combine in this impressive Old World residence encompassing a total of 14,496 square feet. The double-height great room features a coquina coral fireplace flanked by double sets of French doors that open to the waterfront loggia and pool patio.
The great room of this harbor home feels spacious and airy with floor-to-ceiling windows that overlook the Puget Sound. Painting the room in crisp white provides a bright backdrop for the large iron chandelier that anchors the sitting area.
When choosing a sofa table for your living room, it's important to get the height and length right to keep the space from looking disproportionate. Opt for a table that's at least two-thirds the length of sofa and with a height between 32 and 36 inches. This offers enough surface to accommodate a pair of table lamps, plus the proper height to keep the top of the table level with the back of the sofa.
The interior of this 36-year-old home proves just as inviting thanks to a recent renovation. In the span of just 18 months, designer Raegan Ford opened her floor plan with vaulted ceilings and white walls, and even introduced comfy, contemporary furniture.
Family Room With Barnwood Ceiling and Stone-Veneer Fireplace
In spite of its extremely tall trey ceiling, this family room feels warm and intimate, thanks to the warmth of the reclaimed barnwood used in the ceiling, beams, and moldings throughout. A massive stone-veneer fireplace with barnwood trim dominates one end of the room, and a wall of French doors provides not only light but also a splendid view of the surrounding landscape.
The modified floor plan incorporated what had been a porch at the rear of the house, enclosing the space and turning it into a combination office and laundry room adjacent to the den. The two spaces are separated by a pony wall and integrated open shelves that are visible and accessible from either room.
Contemporary in style, this family-friendly great room houses multiple seating areas and a dining room. the stacked stone accent wall features a ipe wood inset with the flat-screen TV and vertical fireplace. Floor-to-ceiling windows allow views of the courtyard and beautiful scenery.
The homeowners of this mountain home are minimalist and wanted a simple space to hang out with family and friends. To add drama above the fireplace, designer Emily Esposito used Modular Art Panels. The wavy pattern ties in with the curved roof and plays off the water of the home's surrounding lakes.
Casa Blanca is an easy five-minute drive to the popular white sandy beaches of Spring Bay and Savannah Bay and is conveniently located just minutes away from a marina and the main areas of shopping and businesses. The first floor features an open-plan great room with a spacious living area and modern kitchen.