Contemporary in nature

Job Site by: Architect - Gay Mercer , Builder - R.A. Rhoads , Interior designer - Marlene Orendorf

Washington Township home establishes modern roots with a colorful interior

This 4,200-square-foot ranch home offers three bedrooms, an open floor plan and a contemporary interior.

A television mounted above the fireplace can be seen from both the casual seating area and the bar.

A red accent wall is lit with recessed can lighting and displays a favorite piece of artwork in the dining room.

A small rectangular fireplace and sleek black chaise add a contemporary touch to the master bedroom

The stone featured on the exterior of the house was brought indoors to soften the contemporary feel of the interior spaces.

An orange and yellow glass chandelier greets guests as they walk in and adds a pop of color to the foyer.

This living room features a cozy fireplace surrounded by a stone wall filled with custom-built niches that showcase the homeowner's glass collection.

This master bedroom design follows a minimalist style with sparse furniture and also offers access to a covered patio.

A blue vessel bowl and multi-colored wall sconces add a touch of whimsical character to this powder room.

Black furniture, accented by a bright red area rug, creates an eye-catching look in the great room.

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