For natural wood, glazed kitchen cabinets, it’s the grain and detailing that matters. It’s rare to come across a maple kitchen with a vintage American furniture look and not find it just a trifle staid. But when the cabinets are exquisitely made, proportioned and glazed, the result is as timeless and as classic as this [...]
The custom tub surround is reminiscent of a French wall fountain Wood salvaged from a North Carolina barn is rustic, yet romantic in this master bath retreat. A Waterworks Cambridge tub nestles underneath an expanse of windows. Its custom surround is washed in an oyster shell palette, with a backsplash detail and a wall mounted [...]
Worlds apart yet connected through materials Two bathrooms, built 80 years and almost 7,000 miles apart, share an austerity which I find very cool. Some might call them cold — in one case that might be viewed as a blessing (you’ll see why) — but, for me, that’s not the point. What drew my attention [...]
Our room-by-room walk through of Allison’s house continues Our tour of Allison’s lovely stone house on a lake in Alabama continues with a walk through some of the private spaces in the 5-bedroom home that our very own blogging partner and her husband built on 4-1/2 acres. If you missed part one of the tour, [...]
Two-hundred-year-old stone structures often don’t lend themselves to modern kitchens. But the Campanula House, on the Ionian island of Corfu, shows how a skillful design successfully marries a contemporary kitchen to a rustic interior. This is one of 12 restored houses on the Rou Estate, a high-end property that touts outdoor terraces from which you [...]
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