The homeowners have two young daughters and the entire family is athletic, artistic and fun. The finishes, especially in this private living spaces, reflect their personalities. My compliments to the homeowners, whose personal touches and bold selections came together beautifully.
Beginning with the bedrooms (three):
Note that each of the girl’s rooms have a mini-loft area above the closet. Custom order ladders give access.
The master bedroom is a peaceful room: simple and devoid of clutter. (Sorry – my photos didn’t turn out great for the bedroom, but below you can see the 3/4 wall separating the bath and the T&G ceiling.)
The 3/4 wall in the photo above is the perfect segue into the master bath….
A wide angle shot of the bathroom:
Custom cabinetry by Finewood Interiors carries from downstairs and kitchen to the upstairs rooms:
Transitioning to the lighthearted and youthful feel of the kids’ bathroom:
As a parting shot, I’ll leave with some door envy. The entry door is a showstopper. It lets in a ton of light, gently filtered though the unique “twists” in the glass squares, but effectively blocks the ability to see in from the outside. It’s truly gorgeous, in person. By Doors by Decora.
Thanks for following along with this project. It’s been full of intriguing challenges, wonderful people and high levels of craftsmanship. I’m proud of this house and wish the owners a long, happy life in it as they transform it into a home.