Designer Mark Williams kept the dining room scheme simple to allow the living and family rooms to easily connect. The square table with a bench is conversation-friendly.
The living room’s carefully edited furnishings and subtle patterns give the formal space a casual appeal.
The large kitchen and breakfast room connect to the family room and form the Kohler family command center. Williams designed the extra-wide island benches for a clutter-free yet kid-friendly zone.
The allure of the “less is more” family room is in the details—nailhead trim, geometric coffee table, and refined patterns. The adjacent patio seating area and fireplace offer an ideal spot for outdoor entertaining or family campfires.
Dark woods prevail in the master bedroom but are balanced by soft colors, delicate lines, and soaring proportions.
The French doors in the master bedroom open to the back patio.
The elegant master bathroom is a study in contrast—dark vanities anchor the otherwise bright white space.
The Kohlers: Lily and John seated; Jill and Charlie.
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