Locations don’t get much sweeter than a high hill on Martha’s Vineyard complete with panoramic views of nearby farms and the Atlantic shoreline in the distance. One of Sullivan + Associates Architects‘ latest residential projects is found right in this sweet spot located in the town of Chilmark, Massachusetts.Read More »
When Pat and her husband moved into a luxury apartment located in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, the new place had almost everything they needed.
“Our apartment is in The Elliott at Blue Hill,” Pat says. “When the complex was built, the interior designers used lights from Barn Light Electric. We have traditional barn lights over our entrance and on our small balcony.” She notes, however, that the apartments do not come with overhead lighting in the living and dining rooms nor in her husband’s study.Read More »
Don’t look now but summer is fast fleeting. While the kids enjoy their last days of freedom, adults too are taking every advantage to relax. Comfortable and inviting outdoor spaces can help you make the most of the waning days of the season. Today we’re sharing some of our favorite outdoor spaces discovered in our Instagram feed. No matter the size of your patio, porch, or back yard, it’s a great time to get outside!Read More »
While last year didn’t contain an abundance of positive highlights, one of our favorites came in January shortly before “social distancing” entered our lexicon. A local restaurant right here in our hometown of Titusville, Florida, was featured on the Food Network show Restaurant: Impossible.Read More »
We kicked off the month of March with a look at Stephanie and Jason’s brand new farmhouse in Fredericksburg, Virginia. While Stephanie wanted to find an older home to renovate, their search came up empty, so they purchased 10 acres and jumped into the design process. Today, we’re taking a walk through the interior of the couple’s new home.Read More »
When Daniele and her husband took their kitchen down to the studs for a complete remodel, their wish list for the new space was pretty straightforward.
“I really wanted clean, crisp, and simple,” Daniele says. “I knew I wanted a white kitchen because I love how white looks and feels, but I wanted a pop of color too.” She also needed materials that would endure a busy family.Read More »