Eclectic Relaxation

Living Areas

Photography by Tretheway Media

This multi-faceted living space is an artist’s dream. The space provides a relaxed and carefree atmosphere through a variety of colors, textures, and styles – ranging from fur throws to a distressed-wood coffee table to a multi-colored and patterned area rug. Horse-themed artwork, antique boxes, and vibrant throw pillows further emphasize the homeowner’s creative taste. In one corner, a handmade wood-and-glass china cabinet from the 1830s adds yet another element to the diverse décor and allows other artistic pieces to be prominently displayed. As if there isn’t enough to attract the eye within the room, a set of French doors is topped with a large radius window and offers a glimpse at the waterfront just outside. The picturesque scenery helps create a sense of cohesion, as natural elements used in the living space, such as a stacked-stone fireplace, wooden beams, and live-oak floors, bring some of the outdoors in.


Builder: Rob Cuthbertson, Cuthbertson Homes

Architect: Jon Greenfield, Greenfield Design, LLC

Brick and stone: Acme Brick, Tile & Stone

Custom Painting: Majestic Painting

Flooring: Complete Flooring Service

Interior design: Jodi Brewer, JL Brewer Designs, LLC

Interior doors and trim: JB Millworks

Lighting fixtures: Ferguson

Tile: The Tile Store

Windows: 84 Lumber Company

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