Carving out a niche

Empty-nesters build a contemporary perch high above the river

The designer who worked on this space designed a his-and-her set of medicine cabinets that are recessed into the maple cabinetry and slide out when needed.

A painting by Cincinnati artist Cole Carothers hangs above a floating shelf in the dining room.

Niches between the dining room and the living room display a beautiful tree sculpture by Harry Bertoia on top and a silver bowl made by the owner’s father on the bottom shelf.

A slider door conceals a flat screen television above the fireplace and is opened by remote control.

The open floor plan offers a lot of flexibility during large gatherings, including extended dining space.

When it’s just the two of them, the couple prefers to eat meals in this more casual dining setting.

The artwork that started the evolution and inspired much of the use of color seen throughout this condo hangs in its custom-built home near the piano.

To suit a couple that enjoys entertaining, this dining room table can expand to comfortably seat ten.

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