At this end of the spacious master suite, the designers created a sitting area near the windows so the homeowners can look out onto the beauty of nature and enjoy their relaxing neutral space.
Exposed wood ceiling beams complement the dark hardwood flooring and barstool legs in this open plan kitchen. Large rustic lanterns with metal cage and wood frames illuminate the white island countertop and kitchen cabinets. Multiple upholstered barstools create a functional, casual dining area in this spacious kitchen.
This transitional living room uses a blue rug to delineate the living room space from the kitchen. Often a struggle with open-concept floor plans, separating spaces helps bring a cozy feel to even expansive areas. The beams on the ceiling add a rustic feel to this seemingly traditional room.
This master suite's makeup vanity takes advantage of the natural light pouring in from the large window bank above it. The light, airy curtains give the space a little privacy, while still allowing light to flow into the room. The neutral color palette and the elegance of nature are present again in this part of the suite with the soft blues and whites of the desk and chairs, as well as the soft linen chandelier above the desk.
Space was limited for the corner breakfast area in this townhouse. A circular table fits best and a custom built-in wall unit provides storage without taking up space. The shelving is made with salvaged pine from local barns.
Exposed ceiling beams draw your eye up and complement the rustic style of the space. Brightening up the space was key because natural light is limited to the front and back of the townhouse. These oversized lanterns add character to the room.