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There’s a circular flow with no dead ends. Both the living and dining rooms are anchored with floor to ceiling windows. The benefit of floor to ceiling windows being two fold. They allow in plenty of natural light while giving the rooms a spacious feel beyond their actual size. The south wall of the living room consist of accessible built-in maple shelving above with cabinetry below. A large 50”x70” abstract painting becomes the focal point of the living room. The contemporary styling of a large sectional sofa, with a modern coffee table, faces the painting and compliments the modern aesthetic of the interior decor.
Behind the sofa is an area rug that defines the entry sequence. Adjacent to the area rug is the steel staircase/elevator. The right staircase descends into the basement, the one on the left ascends to the second floor. Integrated into the center of the staircase is the elevator. The elevator panels consist of a 1/2” translucent plastic material that allows light into the elevator cab.
The east wall of the dining area consists of four floor to ceiling windows one of which is the back door leading out to a flagstone patio. At night the darkened windows create a private understated elegance while in the morning you can see the sunrise come about in the east. Built into the west wall of the dining room is a maple cabinet for storing linens and formal place settings.
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