We call it the wave painting
To the left is a loooong hallway that leads to the living room, then on to the den, then finally at the end, Kipp and Andrew's room (almost 200' long with 60' of bookshelves)
Before we get to the bookshelves we're in the living/dining/kitchen great room
Dark floors are epay wood darkened with an ebony stain. The dining table was made by a fellow in Pony, Montana (I found on the internet) made from old barn wood. Furniture is all Pottery Barn slipcovered (I wanted it all to be comfy and slouchy and beachy) Rugs are Dash and Albert
Kitchen is white, satin nickel fixtures, the metal tile backsplash behind the stove looks very cool but is starting to rust...yikes! My contractor warned me...oops.
Here's the coffee table in the living room. Two big pots, filled with sand and shells, covered with a thick piece of glass. Quick and easy.
Down the hallway towards the den
We're slowly collecting books. We read a lot, but have an awful lot of shelves to fill.
The den, paintings by yours truly. We have rope lighting in every room, looks kinda goofy in the daytime, but pretty neat at night.
Ryan's room...I've shown it before in the monkey fist knot post
the view from his bed
Kipp and Andrew's bedroom
Remember my fleet? (left side on the bench)
Kipp and Andrew's bathroom
One set of bunkbeds in the grandkids room. I don't have any grandkids yet...but I'm ready
The master bedroom (the lamp base is filled with black sand and shells from a nearby beach)
The map is of St Barths (one of our favorite vacation spots and the architectural inspiration for the Hawaii House
The view from the living room
Thanks for visiting