Dramatic, formal dining room.
Walls were painted a terracotta shade with a cross hatch pattern creating an elegant, cozy dining environment. Crown molding was added to frame the space. Complementary fabric on the chairs and window treatment complete the design scheme.
Family Room – Sectional was re-upholstered with Donghia fabric, Agra wool and silk oriental carpet from Stark was added, audio visual cabinet was built to house stereo and TV accessories. A 19th century George III English mahogany long case circa 1780 was added near the French doors. Agostino Chippendale style carved mahogany tea table with Wedgewood lamp provided additional lighting.
Formal living room with a combination of antique and reproduction Louis XV and XVI furniture. Walls were stried a golden hue by a decorative painter giving the illusion of linen silk. Crown molding was added and gilded to complement the gold damask drapery treatment. Blue chinoiserie accent pillows tie together the blue in the oriental rug, Louis XV armchairs and Louis XVI settee.
Our challenge with this kitchen renovation was to transform this large white space, which was cold and uninviting into a warm family kitchen.
We acted as the General Contractor, hired and co-ordinated subcontractors so the process was turn key for the clients. We added warmth with cherry cabinetry, peacock granite and interest to the floor with multi sized tiles in gradations of a tan hue.
Comfortable and relaxed family room creates an atmosphere for casual entertaining or reading by the fire. Fieldstone fireplace echoes stone treatment on exterior of home. French cream distressed walnut coffee table, colorful upholstered fabrics, and sunny butter cream walls add a flair of Provence.
Farm table provides a great spot for casual meals or family board games.