Custom pantries flank the refrigerator
Copper sink and faucet
Custom quarter sawn white oak island; pendants are from Rejuvination
Custom drywall and plaster hood
Appliance garage hidden by slide-in doors
Wet bar with copper sink, faucet, filtered water dispenser and undercounter fridge with a custom panel
Gray chairs with nailheads were reupholstered in Robert Allen Mateo Felt fabric in Charcoal. Accent pillow is Trina Turk for Schumacher Super Paradise Print fabric.
Custom window seat and storage. The window seat cushion is an espresso Robert Allen fabric, and the decorative pillows are a Thomas Paul by Duralee fabric
Custom shoe cabinet and built-in drawers in unused space over a stairwell crafted by a local millworker, Crossroads Construction.
The sink is from Italy, from the Hastings showroom in the Merchandise Mart. The eco-friendly, dual flush toilet is Aquia Toto. The soft green, hand-glazed ceramic tile is from Italy. The hexagon floor and base is carrara marble. Wall sconces, mirror and toilet paper holder are Ginger Surface line..
The decorative pillows and the headboard are made from repurposed Indian Saris that are quilted using a traditional type of embroidery called, kantha
Custom built-in bookshelf and limestone mosaic tile floor. The round table is espresso-stained bamboo. The chairs from Oly Studio are upholstered in slate leather. The window seat is Massive Paisley fabric by Maharam. Custom roman shades are in a gold silk.
The blue-gray Bardiglio Imperiale marble in the shower is from Italy. The floor is a carrara basket-weave mosaic. The white, subway tile is Daltile. Toilet, carrara marble vanity and Purist fixtures are all Kohler. The Asian ceramic garden stool is from Jayson Home.
The yellow, leather Kruze lounge chair and ottoman are from Boss Design from the UK.
Murano glass chandelier; Dorothy Draper vintage chairs, Eames Executive chairs
This is the gut rehab of my own house. My home is decorated in an eclectic mix of furniture, art and accessories that reflect my husband’s Italian heritage and my love of mid-century modern furniture that I inherited from my paternal grandmother. Every square foot of this tiny, Cape Cod house was utilized to maximize space for our family of four. I found space to design built-ins and window seats tucked into eaves. We updated the bathrooms to incorporate timeless marble tiles, ceramic tiles, and modern fixtures. Please refer to the captions of each image for specific details. All photos by Betsy Maddox and Yvette Fevurly .