Norton Commons home a custom-built shun – The Courier
November 9, 2016 - accent chair
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In a midst of transition and yearning to immigrate her home business into a apart space, Marybeth Crouch embarked on a tour to find a ideal plcae that would suit her needs.
She found a condominium above a storefront in Norton Commons that was ideal, though motionless that formulating her possess space and building a new home would be a ideal approach to be tighten to her business, though also have some distance.
While she tended to preference normal ambience for many of her life, she was drawn to a some-more complicated hold when conceptualizing her custom-built space and detailed her home with lots of cold hues and copiousness of bling.
It is a ideal mark for her to perform or shun from a chaotic work day.
Stylish covers support a windows in a good room. Club chairs upholstered in a confidant orange textured fabric side a fireplace. Colorful pillows overstate a gray L-shaped sectional, lonesome in a Duralee fabric embraced by mirrored accent tables. Art lines a walls while a flat-screen radio resides above a mantel. A textured carpet anchors a building while coffered ceilings supplement architectural detail.
Pattered cornices raise a windows in her office. The cool, bluish walls are flashy with colorful art. A complicated white leather bureau chair is interconnected with a worldly mirrored list that invites creativity. Books and photographs are featured in a white built-in bookcases while a drum candelabrum illuminates a room. A gray tufted accent chair finds a home in a corner.
CASUAL WITH A FORMAL SPIN
No matter a entertainment – infrequent or grave – a atmospheric kitchen and dining area serve as a primary mark for entertaining. Gray accent chairs with nailhead trim are partnered with wingback host/hostess chairs upholstered in a houndstooth fabric around a prolonged black table. An orange tray hosting candles acts as a centerpiece. A stimulating bar candelabrum illuminates a room. Light slab counters element a gray bottom of a island brightened by match light fixtures. Honed black slab counters are featured on a fringe brightened by a white cabinetry with a pointed gray trim.
Marybeth combined an oasis that allows her to tell and relax after a prolonged day. A screen extends opposite a wall behind a bed in a master bedroom. Custom gray and white linens dress a bed and element a tufted, gray velvet, wingback headboard. Contemporary pendants raise a mirrored side chests that side a bed. An superb winding armed dais and a propped counterpart finish a room.
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Homeowner: Marybeth Crouch. Marybeth is a owners of Draped in Style that provides window treatments, tradition linens and upholstery services. She shares her home with canine companion, Rosie.
Home: This is a 3-bed, 2-and-1/2- bath home in Norton Commons.
Distinctive elements: Open building plan; tradition bedding; a accumulation of colorful fabrics used to upholster a furniture; complicated lighting; stylish office; epicurean kitchen to accommodate her adore of cooking; tradition covers and cornices; screened-in porch off of sitting room; tradition headboard in a master bedroom; and twin sided cabinetry in a master bathroom.
Applause! Applause! Marybeth was gratified with a assistance from Joe Kroll of Mastercraft Homes; Draped with Style for all a window treatments, bedding, upholstered headboard and family room tradition furniture; her daughter and son-in-law, Vanessa and John Yates, for their glorious ambience in pattern and a contributions to all a sum in a home; and Century Entertainment for a cabinetry.