Bay Window Dining Designs & Ideas
Connie Cooper Designs
Photography by Kieth Scott Morton
LDa Architecture & Interiors
TEAM Architect: LDa Architecture & Interiors Builder: Michael Handrahan Remodeling, Inc. Photographer: Sean Litchfield Photography
Dietz & Associates Inc.
A view of the bay window in the dining room. Dining Table- Clubcu Wallpaper- Osborne & Little Photography by Matt Baldelli Photography
Pamela Harvey Interiors
Casual Dining area in open kitchen - great round table can seat up to 7 comfortable. We accented the ceiling with blue paint.
Moger Mehrhof Architects
Penza Bailey Architects
The firm is responsible for custom home design for a number of homes in the prestigious country club community of Caves Valley. The residence is a contemporary version of Maryland Georgian Architecture, a feature of the Caves Valley master community development standards. Designed for two highly successful career professionals, the 8,000 SF residence is the couple’s fi rst newly constructed custom home. The design showcases the couple’s art collection and embraces their demanding lifestyle by providing a complete home office layout for each. The master suite comprises nearly the entire second fl oor and includes separate, but adjoining baths. Amenities include a media room, an exercise room, an indoor golf driving range, and a guest suite. Anne Gummerson Photography
White raised panel kitchen
Ederra Design Studio
Gary Quigg Photography
Gary Quigg 2013
Middlefork Development LLC
This unique city-home is designed with a center entry, flanked by formal living and dining rooms on either side. An expansive gourmet kitchen / great room spans the rear of the main floor, opening onto a terraced outdoor space comprised of more than 700SF. The home also boasts an open, four-story staircase flooded with natural, southern light, as well as a lower level family room, four bedrooms (including two en-suite) on the second floor, and an additional two bedrooms and study on the third floor. A spacious, 500SF roof deck is accessible from the top of the staircase, providing additional outdoor space for play and entertainment. Due to the location and shape of the site, there is a 2-car, heated garage under the house, providing direct entry from the garage into the lower level mudroom. Two additional off-street parking spots are also provided in the covered driveway leading to the garage. Designed with family living in mind, the home has also been designed for entertaining and to embrace life's creature comforts. Pre-wired with HD Video, Audio and comprehensive low-voltage services, the home is able to accommodate and distribute any low voltage services requested by the homeowner. This home was pre-sold during construction. Steve Hall, Hedrich Blessing
Longleaf Lumber Inc
Reclaimed red and white oak flooring, posts, and beam wraps by Longleaf Lumber for a private residence in Maine. John Cole architecture and Brian Vanden Brink photography.