Quiet Casual Home

The design of this home is all about the connections between inside and outside and the owners’ desire for a casual, functional, and inviting home.

The living spaces have views out towards the private, wooded property from almost every angle. The dining space is central to the family room, kitchen, and sunroom. It’s casual enough for every day use, formal enough for large dinners, and big enough for parties.

The centrally-located dining area is directly adjacent to the large fireplace. A special nook on the front entry side of the fireplace structure holds the owners’ heirloom grandfather clock.
Quiet Casual Home: Sunroom
Ideabooks13,260
Questions11
Sunroom view to dining room and fireplace. Niches are hidden below the columns. Learn more about how better design makes your home a more fulfilling place to live on our blogs at www.rtastudio.blogspot.com and www.architectinheels.com
“knee wall with pillars” — mascelli
Quiet Casual Home: Family Room
Ideabooks12,110
Questions15
View from the family room into the dining area and kitchen. Learn more about how better design makes your home a more fulfilling place to live on our blogs at www.rtastudio.blogspot.com and www.architectinheels.com
“overall feel” — workingjo
Quiet Casual Home: Family Room
Ideabooks10,894
Questions10
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“PAint color is dunmore cream by BM HC 29” — janemccracken
Quiet Casual Home: Exterior
Ideabooks3,646
Questions9
The design of this home is all about the connections between inside and outside and the owners’ desire for a casual, functional, and inviting home. Learn more about how better design makes your home a more fulfilling place to live on our blogs at www.rtastudio.blogspot.com and www.architectinheels.com
“Color scheme” — deana5
Quiet Casual Home
Ideabooks9,849
Questions5
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“Vent” — EJC Remodeling
Quiet Casual Home: Dining Room and Kitchen
Ideabooks2,603
Questions7
View of the Dining Room through the Kitchen. Learn more about how better design makes your home a more fulfilling place to live on our blogs at www.rtastudio.blogspot.com and www.architectinheels.com
“Big central fireplace” — shallenau
Quiet Casual Home: View from Kitchen to Dining Room
Ideabooks17,217
Questions21
Ever thought about having two islands? This kitchen has them! Learn more about how better design makes your home a more fulfilling place to live on our blogs at www.rtastudio.blogspot.com and www.architectinheels.com
“Love this” — zgallego
Quiet Casual Home: View from Kitchen into Living Spaces
Ideabooks33,325
Questions18
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“Gorgeous” — peppermintpatti64
Quiet Casual Home: Master Bathroom
Ideabooks395
Questions1
The perfect balance between natural light and privacy. Learn more about how better design makes your home a more fulfilling place to live on our blogs at www.rtastudio.blogspot.com and www.architectinheels.com
“colors” — redinosaur
Quiet Casual Home: Master Bedroom
Ideabooks7,057
Questions7
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“Ben Moore's "Adam's Gold" paint” — miastensrud
Quiet Casual Home: Front Entryway and Stair
Ideabooks1,188
Questions2
A special niche was built into the back of the fireplace; specifically designed for this grandfather clock. Learn more about how better design makes your home a more fulfilling place to live on our blogs at www.rtastudio.blogspot.com and www.architectinheels.com
“Should we recess the clock?” — petermcn1
Quiet Casual Home: Entryway and Stair
Ideabooks10,818
Questions15
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“Posts too big but color of stairs and steps OK” — dpacholski
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