"Glamour and Romance: A Nod to a Bygone Era." In keeping with the traditional elements yet modern appeal of the Ramblewood Townhomes, the designer approached the jewel box-like space with important design details: texture, shine and appropriateness. Carefully chosen objets d'art and luxurious materials evoke a timelessness and glamour of a bygone era; in this small, eclectic space, guests feel as if they are in the lap of luxury, hidden away. Here, in the powder room, the owners and their guests experience a sense of calm and order for a moment. The fixtures are traditionally elegant, while the mirror provides a dynamic impact to the small space. A soothing color palette of soft gray-blues and greens draws attention to the dressy little sconce adn the dazzling accessories.
If the kitchen is the heart of the home, then dynamic and functional formulate the design hallmarks of Debby Gomulka Designs. Debby and her staff specialize in custom-designed luxury kitchens for their clients. Whether your taste is traditional or modern, our diverse background in articulating many architectural styles allows us the freedom to involve the client in their own design process. A collaborative team effort between the designer, client, architect and builder ensures that the client's vision and needs are met, while seamlessly blending together all aspects of the project.
The open floor plan calls for a warm and inviting color scheme of rich terracotta and buttery yellows, and provides the canvas for entertaining with friends and relaxing at home in a wonderfully modern escape from the daily routine.
The Bride's Room was originally built for Mr. Williams' daughter when she became engaged to be married in 1886. The amazing vaulted ceiling is made of cherry wood, and Indian Mahogany cabinets with French beveled mirrors display the wedding gifts from friends and family. A turn of the century French Severs clock with hand-painted enamel makes a statement in this grand room.