Beautiful entry, except that the light is too high. On the second story you have light at your foot level, and the first story has the light so high that it is not really part of the room. At least the light is BIG enough: usually lights are too tiny.
To make this Nantucket cottage’s small footprint square feet) feel larger and the ceilings seem higher, designer Stephen Theroux brightened the walls, ceiling beams, and trusses with linen-white paint. "Painting the interior, including the architec
See How Victoria Hagen Preserved the New England Charm of her Nantucket Getaway
Set on a pristine oceanfront site, the charming Martha’s Vineyard summer home of Lynn Forester de Rothschild and her husband, Sir Evelyn, conjures the character of an old house expanded over generations
White and gray living room features wood beams over a white slipcovered sofa flanked by round black and white end tables and black industrial lamps facing a gray coffee table and a pair of gray accent chairs atop a brown diamond pattern jute rug.