The home’s living place has soaring 22-foot ceilings with wooden beams and arced trusses. To stability the drama of the ceiling beams, the owner chose a enormous marble hearth as the room’s focal place. If the hearth isn’t adequate to get your attention, then the ornate, oversized church pew future to the hearth is so exclusive it is a confident-fireplace showstopper. The “crowning glory” is the crown formed corona above the pew that spills a decadent curtain down all over the church pew like a massive royal robe. Making this luxurious curtain making use of just the right mixture of materials and trims was also a design and style feat of Engdahl’s. Even with all its features of grandeur, this place nonetheless exudes a sensation of coziness and comfy living.
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Designer: Property owner Architects: Ken Bowerman and Mary Cassinelli Builder: Core Resources, Inc., Task Manager Todd Brandenburg Flooring: Schumacher Hardwood Flooring Staircase: Cincinnati Stair Kitchen area cabinetry: Kemp provided by Sims-Lohman Kitchen area counter tops: Sims-Lohman Kitchen area backsplash: M.C. Tile Kitchen area sinks and taps: Ferguson Appliances: Bosch dishwasher, Viking array, Liebherr refrigerator, all provided by The Appliance Loft Lighting: Lighting EFX Painting: Ron McIlvain Painting Fake finishes: Andrea Frangioso Furnishings: Choose items from Brian Gibson, DIGS Household Theatre: Sound Information Cork, hardwood and carpet: KW Flooring Stained glass: Stained Glass Overlay Windows: Integrity by Marvin Draperies: Apollo Drapery Doorways: Marsh Building Items Brick: The Belden Brick Firm in Canton, Ohio (Lorinn’s hometown) Landscaping: Botanics Irrigation: Lawn Administration Sprinkler Co.
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