An eclectic, French chinoiserie home at Balam Road
What Houzz contributors are saying:
As the owner likes to cook and entertain often, an open-concept kitchen was called for. He has also built up a sizeable collection of crockery and silverware, and the designers proposed kitchen cabinetry that would display these appropriately. The lion head knobs for the cabinets in the kitchen were sourced by the owner himself during his travels. Within one of the under-counter cabinets is his cat’s bedroom, and the designers incorporated a discreet cat flap for it.“He is a generally neat person, so despite having an open-concept kitchen and living area, with lots of decor items to display, he is able to upkeep and maintain the open concept,” the design team says of the owner.