Cleveland remodel produces a one-of-a-kind home
Drawing indirect light from an overhead chandelier recessed into a metallic dome, the white tub serves as an accent piece in the predominantly dark master bath.
Copper colored glass tiles create an interesting wallcovering in the master bath. Geometric and artistic, the selection helps accentuate the precise angles found throughout the room.
A marble basket weave backsplash in the upstairs kitchen ties together the light and dark colors that dominate the room and is just one of the unique uses of natural materials that pervade this home.
The lower level chef’s kitchen was designed as a fun, informal gathering space. A recessed dumbwaiter allows food to be delivered to the upstairs rooms, while a custom backsplash breathes life into the space.
The designer who worked on this home created a "rug" of pebble and slate tile to help break up the cork flooring in the sunroom.
Previously a formal dining room, the designer converted the space into a billiard room, adding masculine yet refined accents to achieve her overarching goal of a “Gentlemen’s Quarters.”
Faux leather painting and oversized nail head studs form a geometric pattern in the living room, while slate gray furniture, a new wet bar and classic accents continue the contemporary, classic and masculine theme of the home.