The kitchen opens up to the living room, Ann's favorite room in the house. This view of the living room shows the afternoon sun adding plenty of natural light, and a view of a secret bookcase door.
The bookcase door opens to reveal a flight of stairs to the recreation room. "We added the bonus room above the garage, along with the back staircase and bookshelf door. Because we built the home, I was able to personalize it all along the way," Anne says. "Some of my favorite features include the fireplace in the bedroom, spacious bedrooms, ample closets and the sweeping staircase."
Upstairs, the recreation room is sunny, open and packed with fun things: a pool table, foosball table, wine rack and comfortable couches.
This crafty wine storage device holds the couple's impressive collection, many of which were procured from vineyards in Washington.
A framed portrait of a geisha watches over the headboard in the master bedroom. Tasteful and simple, the portrait is unexpected and introduces a palpable calmness into the room. "I have changed the paint palette in my house throughout the years as a way to freshen up and update the house quickly and easily," Ann says.
The Morris family juxtaposes their stylish inclinations with their vibrant sense of humor. This Latin phrase translates to a wildly inappropriate line.
Their daughter Lindsey's room is vintage-inspired and very feminine; the styling makes it fit for a princess.
The lavender, salmon pink and white of this bedscape blend together to create a very cozy nook.
Chesterfina takes a water break at her stylish drinking station.