Formal entyway with a winding staircase.
Formal entry and hallway with refined millwork.
The homeowner is a sculptor; her bronzes are displayed on a coffee table and on the mantel.
The dining room's damask draperies hang heavy with a weighty lining. A mahogany Chippendale-style table in a high-wax finish is rendered less formal by the striped backing on the chairs. The fireplace is a replica of the one in the living room.
In the family room, says designer Joan Behnke, the style is very much California Ranch--comfortable, practical, geared to playing games and watching TV
Outfitted with vintage furniture and a teak console, this loggia with coffered ceilings opens onto the living and dining rooms and a hallway.
A second loggia right off the family room.
Love this kitchen with lots of storage space, beautiful chairs and glass lighting fixtures but, is it me or does the island sink look extremely small?
The breakfast room is adjacent to the family room.
The master suite's bed features a pleated back drapery plus a fringed valance and side panels for a canopied effect.
The side panels' patterned lining is repeated at the bedroom's windows.
Detailed millwork continues in the bathroom.
Photographs: Karyn R. Millet
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