In the first-floor public spaces Reynolds covered the main elements of all upholstered furniture with the same two textural linen fabrics, establishing continuity throughout the open floor plan. The degree of formality—or the lack of it—in each space is dictated by furniture silhouettes, seating arrangements, and subtle architectural differences.
“Everything is visible from one space to another, and the outdoors extends the spectacular views, so it was important that nothing stand out and obstruct that,” Reynolds explains.
One of Scott Hilinski’s favorite elements of the home is the chestnut flooring used throughout. “The floors are reclaimed wood from a 200-year-old barn in Pennsylvania,” Scott says. “I love their wear, density, and beauty.”