A Cincinnati home design boasts a beach town ambience
Walls of windows in the hearth room invite 180-degree views of the private back yard. A stone fireplace stand front and center of the space, allowing the owners to enjoy a roaring fire and the view.
White Carrara marble covers these master bathroom vanities with matching tile on the floor, which features a mosaic tile “area rug.”
Due to this home’s distance from the main road, a few tweaks were made to the kitchen appliances. The Wolf range, for example, was converted to run on propane.
A covered deck design that connects to both the great room and master bedroom is a popular hangout for the family throughout all but the coldest of months.
This breakfast area is beautifully framed within the curved walls and conical ceiling of the light-filled turret. Windows wind around the space, letting diners eat with the morning sun streaming in.
Single seat cushions freshen the traditional silhouette of tufted sofas in this great room design. One patterned couch offsets the plain gray ones, creating interest in the space.
Custom woodwork, including the curved wainscoting in the breakfast room and the built-in wine storage, add to the elegant feel of this home.
Occasional accents of blue are found throughout this home, including the cabinetry in the butler pantry.
Adirondack chairs on this covered front porch add that classic Hampton touch that the owners were striving for.
This dining room table was a gift from the owner's father for the couple’s first anniversary. Overhead, an elegant chandelier complements the overall design of the room.
Dual chandeliers add a considerable amount of sparkle to this dining room design. On the wall, a mirror with an mesmerizing design beckons eyes.