A dated 1980’s home became the perfect place for entertaining in style.
Stylish and inventive, this home is ideal for playing games in the living room while cooking and entertaining in the kitchen. An unusual mix of materials reflects the warmth and character of the organic modern design, including red birch cabinets, rare reclaimed wood details, rich Brazilian cherry floors and a soaring custom-built shiplap cedar entryway. High shelves accessed by a sliding library ladder provide art and book display areas overlooking the great room fireplace. A custom 12-foot folding door seamlessly integrates the eat-in kitchen with the three-season porch and deck for dining options galore. What could be better for year-round entertaining of family and friends? Call today to schedule an informational visit, tour, or portfolio review.
BUILDER: Streeter & Associates
INTERIOR: Eminent Interior Design
PHOTOGRAPHY: Paul Crosby Architectural Photography
Transom windowA transom window is the sectional glass pane that sits atop the crossbeam of a door, and sometimes another window. This rectangular or fan-shaped glass panel, used in both interior and exterior architecture and design, allows extra light and ventilation into a home. Transom windows can sometimes be in the form of an awning window, opening with a top hinge. - cpl_sacromd