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“We wanted the room to function with plenty of seating in order to look out the windows and to have coffee by the rock fireplace. It all starts with how a room is used and how the room can best function for a person’s lifestyle.” The space easily accommodates a large sectional with reclining ends. It’s the place to sit back and enjoy the view. “I told them to ‘go for it,’” says Trish. “I had trust in what they were doing. I was right in there!” The home’s transitional style, well defined from the modern furniture to the farmlook railing on the staircase, shapes this impressive open space. Modern class blended with traditional style extends into the dining area and kitchen.

IT’S NATURE. IT’S PEACEFUL. IT’S A PLACE TO COME AND GO TO BED AND THEN WAKE UP AND SAY, ‘HELLO, WORLD,’ AND KNOW MY HUSBAND IS HERE. — Trish Adam

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and square corners, there are variegated gray-hued laminate countertops. “The light and dark tones give the countertops a granite-esque look,” says Kristy Ferguson, owner of Beyond the Box Cabinets. “It was a team effort with our designers Debbie and Ragan.” A center island with storage space in the base cabinet attracts its share of attention. “We created a space for Trish and her family with seating at the island. Everything else (including the fridge) is boxed in to be as neat as possible.”

A walk-in pantry wired with electrical outlets enhances the kitchen’s distinctive character. Since Trish loves to bake and cook, this practical convenience makes it easy for cleanup while encouraging freedom from counter clutter.

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