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This new townhouse was clean and fresh- a great second home. Yet, the warm and welcoming feelings were just not there. The owners hired Stowe, Vermont Interior Designer Susan Bayer-Fishman to bring warmth and a sense of their own personalities into their new 2nd home.
After the couple and Susan reviewed, discussed their wants needs and possibilities, an overall rustic-modern style was decided upon.
The rustic steel and polished cement side board add plenty of storage in the dining area. The forged french chandelier over the dining table is very clean with subtle movement. The table with very straight clean lines easily seats 8 people when entertaining. The legs and main supports of the chairs are carved to add texture.
Italian designed living room furniture has the sleek modern taste and the coffee table adds the rustic element.
A stone face was added to the fireplace's original painted white wood. The mirror above the fireplace is framed by reclaimed rusted metals.
The balance lamp is the perfect addition for the reading chair. It is handmade with a counter weight to support any position it moves into.
Originally these sofa cushions were 17" thick. The foam is then compressed to a mere 3 inches for comfort and support. The sleek Italian sofas wonderfully add plenty of seating yet don't overwhelm the eye.
Textured formica was cut to insert randomly with metallic looking porcelain tiles. This adds reflection and a modern industrial look in the kitchen.
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