There is an unwritten rule about interior décor that the exterior can almost accurately hint at what to expect on the inside. Well, the exterior of this home by
The living room is a lesson in detail; the comfortable white armchairs and the easy sofa do complement the wall, fireplace and equally elaborate windows. In fact, the white does stretch a lot further than on these pieces alone. The comfortable rug beneath the serpentine table, lampshade and the ceiling, all magnify the calming nature of the color white.
Ken Fulk’s intricate design and style has hallmarks in the entire house. The dining area is an excellent example. The six-seat dining set displays opulence despite using commonly available material. The glass dining table and the seats create a welcoming vibe that also speaks of finesse. Indeed, the entire space is thought out well.
The use of white color in the cooking area and the entire kitchen accentuates the color scheme of the entire house. Here, white is still predominant in the cabinetry, countertop of the kitchen island as well as on the kitchen door.
Upstairs has bedrooms that are nothing but comfortable. Again, the use of white here makes the room feel comfortable and appear roomier. Of note though, is the brilliant use of white on one wall and a darker shade on the other to create a beautiful contrast.
Another striking feature of this home is the use of framed images and artwork to enhance the color scheme and bring out intricate beauty. The design is very particular, even showing some symmetry in every portion of the house that features these images. Overall, three things make this house exceedingly beautiful: the clever use of natural light, abundant incorporation of bright color and use of exquisite furniture.