Building a new home in an old neighborhood can present many challenges for an architect. This family home with smart interiors is a beautiful example of an exterior which blends with the surrounding structures, while the floor plan takes advantage of the available space.
A traditional façade combining brick, shakes, and wood trim enables the design to fit well in any early 20th century borough. Copper accents and antique-inspired lanterns solidify the home’s vintage appeal.
Despite the exterior throwback, the interior of the home offers the latest in amenities and layout. Spacious dining, kitchen and hearth areas open to a comfortable back patio on the main level, while the upstairs offers a luxurious master suite and three guests bedrooms.
Designed with family living in mind, this home has some really inspiring ideas, such as a stairway reading nook and a mudroom with a fantastic pet feeding station.
Family Home with Smart Interiors
Great architecture and impeccable gardens. This place truly has that “home-sweet-home” kind of feel.
This is a very cozy living room with fireplace and a great built-in.
This casual dining room is welcoming and perfect for special family meals. I also love the window seat. Just the perfect finish touch for this space.
Chandelier is “Vendome Large Chandelier by Circa Lighting”.
Sconces are “Vendome Single Sconce”, also by Circa Lighting”.
Paint Color is “Yorktowne Green HC-133 by Benjamin Moore”.
Butler’s pantry area leading from the kitchen to the dining room.
Butler’s Pantry Design
Beautiful choices are found here: white cabinets, chrome hardware, subway tiles and white marble countertop.
This spacious kitchen has crisp white cabinets, an outstanding “Viking” range and well-appointed elements.
Island pendants are the ” “Clemson Classic Pendant by Restoration Hardware”.
Bright and sunny sink area.
Countertop is honed soapstone.
Pet Feeding Area
The mudroom is very practical with slate floors and a very smart pet cage and pull-out feeding station.
Gorgeous wood flooring in entry area with beautiful ceiling details.
This powder room is full of “happiness”! I love the sink, sconces and of course, the wallpaper.
Wallpaper is ‘Imperial Trellis’ by kwid for Schumacher wallpaper.
Stunning custom built reading area on stairway landing.
Reading Nook Built-in
Isn’t this perfect? Great color scheme.
A relaxing color palette is found in the master bedroom. I also really like headboard.
The master bath has custom built cabinetry and marble flooring in a basketwave pattern.
Baby Boy Nursery
A black & white nursery? Why not?!
Wallpaper is the “Osborne & Little – Zagazoo collection. The pattern is called Quentin’s Alphabet”.
Classic and timeless with a tremendous curb-appeal!
Do you have a favorite room? I don’t have any pets (although I love dogs!), but that pet feeding station is fantastic, isn’t it? I loved that!
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Wishing you a day of LOVE!
I hope you feel loved and cared today.
Believe that you deserve to be respect, loved and cared.
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Luciane at HomeBunch.com