A modern and functional kitchen is a must. The counter height table is perfect for snacks and homework, or coffee with friends. I love how the more traditional fixtures tie in to this romantic and French inspired Dining Room. I don’t think there is a home on my list of favorites that doesn’t have traditional elements of French Design. Louis chairs, gold gilded mirrors or even the romantic doors that open to the outdoors add old world charm.
One of the most impressive characteristics of this home is all the architectural elements that have been seamlessly incorporated. Exposed brick walls that are painted to look like they were original, rustic wood beams overhead, large round windows, arched hallways, even a contemporary floating staircase are harmonious and create a very unique identity. It’s a signature that you know can only come together when there is a magical chemistry between the designer and client.
What do you think of this massive piece of artwork resting in front of the tub? I think it’s brilliant, if you don’t have a view, you can always bring one in.
And there you have it, my current favorite. Thanks Staci, for inviting me to be part of this series. It’s a pleasure!