Icing on the cake

Dazzling details add a dramatic touch to the interior of this skillfully expanded home


Antiqued beveled mirrored panels covering the refrigerator/freezer are repeated around the corner, on the walk-in pantry keeping this kitchen bright and open.

The kitchen designer assured these homeowners that, even with canine and child traffic, the black-and-white marble floors would only look better as they aged.

On the backsplash to the left and right of the range. sliding marble panels conceal a flatscreen TV and spice rack.

Although this parlor's interior was previously painted all-cream, gold-leaf was applied to the molding on the walls and the paneling was outlined with a floral motif to make it feel more Parisian.

Reflective surfaces play a large role in the way light and views bounce throughout this kitchen design.



Just off the screened-in porch, this hot tub provides the perfect spot to relax and take in the panoramic view.

Like so many of this home's recent modifications, this covered porch looks as though it was part of the original home.

The home office/study, which previously served as the home's family room, was given a masculine makeover.

In this kitchen, a lightbox creation from Cincinnati-area sculptor Matt Kotlarczyk celebrates the bold graphics of some of the family's favorite cereals.

The formal living room, with its plethora of furniture and elegant lighting, is used primarily as a setting for piano practice.



All of the wine bottles adorning the dining area's light fixture were collected from enjoyable evenings with friends.

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