To love and cherish

A dazzling remodel allows homeowners to get married in their own back yard

A trio of bar stools fits neatly around this kitchen island, creating a casual dining option.

The brick-walled sunroom is now an open extension of the kitchen, a design that urges the owners to use it more frequently.

Lighted glass cabinets located in the kitchen showcase select pieces of the couple’s glass collection.

French pocket doors are an option if the couple wants to give the dining room a bit of separation from the entry.

The dining room’s royal blue glass chandelier is another testament to the couple’s love of art glass.

Striking contemporary artwork, by local artist John Donnelly, provides a dramatic backdrop to this great room’s grand piano. The piece was purchased from the Marcia Evans Gallery in the Short North Arts District.

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