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.
This quaint sitting area is situated under the stairs. Cabinetry with painted wicker inserts houses the home's wireless internet router among other small necessities. The nook serves as an easy, comfortable spot while perusing cookbooks, waiting for a friend to arrive or chatting on the phone.
To create the look and feel of an entryway although the home is completely lacking in one, a properly scaled console table was placed just inside the door to hold keys, mail and wallets. The space above is used to hold jackets, scarves and bags while the space below houses baskets for shoes, boots and pet supplies.
Storage and Style in Bar Area Connected to Dining Room
Just off the dining room in this home, designers added a bar space to make entertaining easier for these homeowners. Although a small space, it is both stylish and functional, from its metallic penny round tile backsplash to its glass paneled cabinets for storing drink glasses to the multiplicity of cabinets and prep sink, this space is perfect for mixing drinks and setting up hours d'oeuvres it looks great, too!
Staircase Boasts Blue-and-White Runner With Geometric Print
Clean white paneled walls and a blue-and-white stair runner with a geometric print guide visitors to the second floor of this two-story home. A darker railing creates the perfect contrast to the lighter walls.
A striking Gothic staircase leads upstairs from this neutral foyer. An 18th century bronze and leather side chair adds to the medieval charm while a limed oak arts and crafts Cerusier table from David Iatesta complements the woodwork.