White paned french doors create a timeless look and allow for a perfect transition from the interior’s open floor plan to indoor-outdoor living on a breezy and relaxed red brick patio.
For a young family, a dining space that encourages quality time together was a must. This subtle dining nook managed to do just that while still complimenting the natural flow of the main floorplan.
High ceilings and neutral tones compliment the natural light that floods into this classic kitchen. Whether cooking for the family or entertaining guests, there are never too many cooks in this kitchen.
The goal was to achieve a classic, clean, and intentional flow throughout this project. Masses of neutral tones and natural wood cabinetry and furniture adorned with tasteful brass details accomplished just that.
photography: Lauren Pressey Photography
landscape architect: SEED Group Landscape Architecture
general contractor: First Light Development