Dining chairs from the Thomas Pheasant Collection by Baker surround a walnut table. The chandelier and foyer lantern are from Niermann Weeks.
Walls in Bret Bergman's home office are "Library Pewter" by Sherwin-Williams. The narrow ottoman features a sliding table top.
Amy Bergman and husband Bret with children Cole and Claire on the back porch.
A scalloped stair wall in the keeping room follows the curved lines of a banquette upholstered in Donghia fabric. The stairs lead to an upstairs playroom.
The architect vaulted the kitchen ceiling to capture light from a half-round clerestory window. The Wolf range is vented by a custom stainless-steel hood.
Blue-gray cabinets and a stone tile floor ground the kitchen. When Amy works at the Rohl farmhouse sink, she has views toward the front yard.
Curves, circles, and arches, such as the arched porch above the main entry are motifs repeated throughout the house. A family entry with covered porch is to the right of the front door and near the end of the house.
Wheat-colored bed curtains add height and drama to the master bedroom. The coffee-and-cream color palette is accented by a painting by Christina Marie Long.
An arched marble backsplash and paneled tub surround showcase the whirlpool tub. Iron casement windows are topped by a Nina Campbell fabric shade.
Architect Linda MacArthur captured space upstairs for a walk-in closet designed to store Amy's shoes and handbags.
Columns lend a gracious look.
Carved table legs, fringed pillows, and tufted upholstery work together to create appealing layers of detail.
Lime green hydrangeas and blue tableware make a pleasing combination.
Stacked pillows look inviting in the bedroom.
The arch in this children's room echoes arches elsewhere in the house and creates a cozy nook for homework.
A trio of airy light fixtures offers a geometry lesson.
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Gracious Family Home
An inviting, light-filled family room is the heart of this family home.