The main living spaces are all open to each other, increasing visibility through enormous picture windows. Just to the right of the foyer is a nook that could serve as a dining room, but the homeowners are using it as an office space. The décor is reflective of their careers in the music industry, while the arched window looking out to the front of the home reinforces the French flair. Industrial lighting and custom hardwood laid in a rectangular pattern are subtle details that make the home unique. From the desk, the living room’s large wall of windows, and the view beyond, is also visible.
The main windowed wall in the living room looks out to the outdoor living area, which was purposefully dropped about 18 inches. “The homeowners decided to drop the porch and have a couple of steps down so that the furniture, and porch itself, wouldn’t block the view from inside the house. It turned out really nicely. It’s one of those details that just reflects a smart design,” says Josh Cain of Cain Development, LLC. The dark stained beams and a stacked-stone fireplace continue the elegant yet approachable French farmhouse feel.