There are three living spaces in this home that all serve unique purposes. The main living space is the first thing you see when you walk into the house. The room is anchored by the centerpiece of the entire home, a beautiful double-sided fieldstone fireplace. Even though the fieldstone looks like it could have always been here, the homeowners removed an old wall and non-functional fireplace to install this here. We kept the furnishings simple, neutral and functional to allow the architectural details of the whole home to shine. 

The playroom is directly to the right when you enter the home and is therefore easily accessible from the kitchen and main living area. This serves as a reading room, kids room, and tv watching space. This room was a fun place to infuse a little bit of color into the neutral palette with a gray-blue-green paint color throughout and the beautiful velvet camel sofa.

The upstairs bonus room is a true lounge space. With a large, deep sectional that is focused on comfort and a wood-burning fireplace that was original to the home, it is the perfect cozy place for watching the game or hanging out with a large group. This room feels separate from the rest of the house and was a great chance to focus on design that is a bit more modern and clean-lined than many of the more traditional details in the rest of the home. 

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Main Living Space


Family Game Room