Each room flows together and all the details were carefully thought out through out the process. A stone wall with arches separates the kitchen from the Hearth Room and is a beautiful focal point.
Hearth Room layout....
Creating unique focal points - looking into the Kitchen and Breakfast Room
Below: Hearth Room Fabrics... How beautiful is this embroidered fabric that we used for drapes and ottomans? We wanted really soft colors and textures.. this blue highlights the serene lake through the windows..We thought a lot about the view when picking fabrics - who wouldn't?
Cantley & Co. out of Birmingham built all the custom cabinets through out the home.
In almost every french style kitchen there's a lot of natural stone and weathered wood finishes... The custom reclaimed wood counter top was by Jim Simpson of Simpson Construction Company We used a stone antique fragment that we found at Round Top and built it into the range wall backsplash.
I had a whole blog post during the construction period of this Kitchen ... See previous post
Sitting in the Breakfast Room
Light floods into this beautiful breakfast room... can you imagine such a beautiful space yet there is still a Formal Dining Room as well???
Bud Daybed Pillows - Providence Design
Rug - Martinous Oriental in Little Rock, Arkansas
Daybed with Custom Upholstery - Aidan Gray
The abstract painting you can also find on our online shop Click here
The sisters LOVE to shop for antiques at Round Top twice a year.. we found so many special pieces that were perfect for this project.
The statue is an Elegant Earth piece
Looking Down The Hall
KITCHEN POWDER BATH
Just look at this fabulous Hand Carved sink from Ancient Surfaces...Paired with this un-lacquered brass Faucet from Rohl..
The piece that was built into the sheet rock behind the toilet was an antique relief mold from Belgium.
More to come... Formal Dining, Master Suite, One more post left to share of this home! What's your favorite part so far?
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Architecture - Adam Little of Frusterio Design Group
Construction - Jim Simpson of Simpson Construction Company
Iron railing through out the house - Red Mountain Ironworks
Landscape Design - Bob Elam of Environmental Design
Wall Color Throughout the Home is Alabaster with custom glaze
Decorative paint throughout home - Phinality Designs
Rugs - Martinous Oriental Rug Co.
Kitchen Cabinetry - Cantley & Company
Stove - ILVE