Getting acclimated

Job Site by: Contractor - Highland-Palermo Ltd. , Interior designer - Sean Moseley

Dublin resident makes himself comfortable with artwork and other elegant accessories

This kitchen design features a soaring 18-foot ceiling with a wooden grid and a style complimentary of the nearby living room.

This dining room table is set with Hermes china for an upcoming dinner party, the bright patterns of the plates contrasting nicely with the dark coloring of the table.

This dining room boasts multiple pieces or art, including several pieces by Argentinian artist Sol Halabi, one of the homeowners favorite artists.

This home design features an extremely open floor plan, with one space simply melting into the next, a feature that the homeowner particularly enjoys.

The library-style living room has a panelized coffered ceiling with box beams and spacious built-in cabinetry, all finished with a dark antique stain.

Several pieces of wall art by Sol Halabi, an Argentinian artist who paints in mixed media, and a bronze sculpture titled "Salutation" by Kevin Pattelle, are showcased in this dining room.

In addition to a more formal dining room nearby, this homeowner also has a casual eating area right outside of the kitchen.

Wall art abounds in this home, but perhaps one of the most striking pieces in this space is the painting that spans a good length of the wall in the living room called "The Daughters of Danaus" by Bryce Cameron Liston, a friend of the homeowner.

Rich woodwork, warm colors and custom built-in features add a library-style flair to the living room.

This blown glass bowl by Dale Chihuly is placed atop the sofa table in the living room and adds an interesting colorful focal point to the space.

This homes new staircase introduces a bit of Arts and Crafts style to the home and mixes with existing traditional, French Country and Colonial Williamsburg elements.

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