Stealing home space
Chagrin Falls artist and her husband have created a home full of rooms with views
The living room wall decor seen here, called the "Mystic Veil," was created by the homeowner, an artist located in the Columbus area.
The green ceramic vessel on the round table in the foreground is by Yumiko Goto. In the distance, the two stories of windows showcase the tree-filled lot and the river just beyond.
This soothing home interior design is perfect for a relaxing night in. With plush chairs, a roaring fireplace and one of the homeowners own paintings hanging over the hearth to add a pop of color, this couple has all they need for a night in.
This paint room design bears evidence of the homeowners time spent here. Canvases are strewn about, while a paint-splattered cabinet holds her much-used paint brushes and other supplies.
A creek runs past this home's backyard landscape design, it's peaceful gurgling adding to the relaxing atmosphere craved by the homeowners.
This boys room design fairly shouts the family's love for America's favorite pastime. The baseballs on the wall were painted on by one of the homeowners, a Columbus-area artist, while all of the signatures came from visiting ballplayers who stopped by to see the other homeowner who happens to be the Cleveland Indians Team President.
The three-season room, decked out with comfortable furniture, celebrates what the homeowner considers to be the best part of the house: the river and the view.
This dining room features a Chicago city scene titles "The Blaze of Night." It's a mixed media technique where the homeowner, a renowned artist, paints aggressively over the top of a photograph.
Greeting guests immediately as they enter the front door is a stunning piece by Douglas Max Utter, which hangs over an equally breathtaking piece of Asian influenced furniture.