This manor's fenestration, through uniform proportion, provides an overall harmony while incorporating a number of visually interesting & historically accurate elements.
The chimney with dovecote tops harken to the designs of the venerable firm of McKim, Mead & White.
Its passive solar orientation provides the benefits of a western exposure while shielding its rear terraces from the midday sun.
The entrance hall in this Shingle Manor is reminiscent of the grand New England summer cottages.
The juxtaposition of the ceiling heights and textures adds a warmth and sense of human scale to this elegantly styled entrance hall.
The intricately carved Honduran mahogany newel posts were custom crafted by a venerable Hartford area firm.
The sun from the western exposure streams through the Palladium window basking the upper hall with natural light.
Working in concert with local artisans enables us to provide our clients fully custom, handmade kitchens at a compelling price point.
Black Walnut is the premier indigenous hardwood. It can be sustainably harvested and historically has been prized for fine furniture due to its many desirable characteristics.
A focal point of this home are the finely detailed elliptical cased openings with matching shoulder height paneling.
This banquet sized dining room features custom paneling with our signature fretwork chair rail.
As the sun streams into this Living Room, one can begin to imagine the choices such an inviting space presents.
This beautiful window, modeled from a McKim, Mead, and White Shingled manor, is framed by a pair of elliptical cased openings to form a picture of architectural interest.
This walnut library was handcrafted and finished by our own fine artisans. It’s superb execution is testament to the passion of the craftsmen responsible for its creation.
The softness of the bead board ceiling, coupled with the naturalistic fireplace invites one to enjoy and relax in this space. Put your feet up, start a fire, and watch an old favorite with the kids.