A river runs through it

Cincinnati empty nesters relocate to a Kentucky condo and enjoy the comforts of the Ohio River


Though this condo features an open design layout, the designer who worked on the space added a dramatic light fixture above the dining table to add some definition to the area.

These glass-front cabinets were designed specifically to display the homeowner’s cherished crystal collection.

Medicine cabinets are hidden behind the mirrors in this master bathroom, giving the owners plenty of storage without adding unwanted clutter.



This condo has a sweeping view across the Ohio river to Cincinnati and down river to Covington.

The appealing blue and orange color scheme seen throughout this condo finds its way to a guest bedroom.

The exterior of the Southshore, a development in Newport, Kentucky, stands with I-471 to the left.



While these homeowners wanted the view to be the focal point of their home, they did use pops of color which can be seen in the wall art and furniture in the bar area.

The master bedroom is decorated in a softer shade of the stronger blues used throughout the common rooms of this home.

Generous splashes of blue and orange were included in the interior design ideas for this condo.



This home office is separated from the main living area to create a stately space and features a Colorado mountain scene painting.

All of the bridges crossing the river between downtown Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky are visible from the husband’s home office.

The wife’s home office features custom cabinetry that helps define the space in the open floor plan of their condo.



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