2017 ARDA - Custom Homes - Royal Oaks DesignEclectic Living Room
The client’s coastal New England roots inspired this Shingle style design for a lakefront lot. With a background in interior design, her ideas strongly influenced the process, presenting both challenge and reward in executing her exact vision. Vintage coastal style grounds a thoroughly modern open floor plan, designed to house a busy family with three active children. A primary focus was the kitchen, and more importantly, the butler’s pantry tucked behind it. Flowing logically from the garage entry and mudroom, and with two access points from the main kitchen, it fulfills the utilitarian functions of storage and prep, leaving the main kitchen free to shine as an integral part of the open living area.
An ARDA for Custom Home Design goes to
Royal Oaks Design
Designer: Kieran Liebl
From: Oakdale, Minnesota
What Houzzers are commenting on:
How to make a basement in a bi-level not feel like a basement in a bi-level. Note that this is not in an actual bi-level, but that 1/2 way cinder block wall ledge is reminiscent of a bilevel that is 1/2 exposed above ground just like this space.