Style is metropolitan – an updated blend of traditional and contemporary

Stunningly designed by Ellen Grassio

This sophisticated metropolitan family room is the talk of the town. It connects the owners to their backyard, letting in lots of light from two directions. The space is fresh and inviting – the perfect place to hang out with the kids.

A dream Kitchen! Bright, sunny, loaded with cabinets and great details.

When your kids outgrow the “playroom”, they are ready for a room designed for crafts, computer time, or just hanging out with friends. This sunny space features a custom designed craft table with room for each child to have her own supplies, but with plenty of room to work with friends.

This fresh, white bathroom makes you feel clean just walking into it! One huge window and lots of mirrors add the opulent atmosphere.

A rich mahogany office with simplified cabinetry is the perfect blend of traditional and metropolitan. The patchwork cowhide rug adds to the masculine aura in the room. A superb man’s space!

Style is metropolitan – an updated blend of traditional and contemporary.

Warm and inviting family home with mahogany doors and stone blend from Tennessee

A wonderful mix of contemporary and traditional!

A simple room for a teenager

Sitting room or keeping room – the perfect space for cocktails with another couple when you want a cozy, intimate space.

What a fun place! it almost makes you want to do the laundry.

Pretty pink princess room!

A very comfortable, usable outdoor space!

A bathroom that will grow with your child.

A beautiful blue and cream bedroom will make a girl feel really special!

A serene master bedroom with calming shades of beige. A sweet retreat for the masters of the house.

Sophisticated and understated – my favorite combination!

Looking in from the patio, you can see how much the outside space is part of the inside space.

Photo by Danny Piassick House designed by Charles Isreal
Designer: Ellen Grasso

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