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com . New York glamour. a new development just a short distance from the Country Club of the North. From the gleaming floors of exquisite travertine to the striking staircase reminiscent of something you would find in a Tribeca loft. Perhaps the most intriguing part of the 8. continued > 16 housetrends. this house oozes contemporary. F Developer Doug Pund recently unveiled one of the area’s most contemporary homes in Scarborough at River West.Contemporary creation blurs the lines between the indoors and outdoors By Julie Thompson | Photos by Daniel Feldkamp/Visual Edge Imaging Best of Both Worlds Take one step through the front door of this Beavercreek home and you almost forget you’re in the Miami Valley.200-square-foot home’s design is that nearly half of its main level is visible from the outside.

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Travertine is a form of limestone deposited by mineral springs. “I love the European look with clean lines. “This home is my style. This house might seem different. Pund imported 8. continued > 18 housetrends. The effect almost makes one feel as if the two worlds are inextricably linked to one another.An invisible divide The home’s foyer and entire backside is shaped with 9x6-foot panels of glass. Turkey. but its most distinctive qualities are in the fine details. There is also another form of travertine that he used for flooring that appears to have a pattern of veins running through .” The home may not look so different at first glance. and especially hot springs in particular. The large tile adorns the wall behind the open staircase that stretches from the lower level to the second floor. offering a very transitional exterior. The home’s open design creates a showcase for the features displayed inside starting with a Hollywood-style staircase and extending to the gourmet kitchen and spacious great room. Many of the rooms are visible before stepping inside the front door and each is carefully crafted with imported materials not found in the Ohio region. but I love to do things that are different. This broad transparent vista creates an extraordinary convergence between the raw natural landscape of the outdoors and the home’s modernly appointed interior.000 feet of the travertine tile from Istanbul.” Pund says. The most impressive material is the abundance of travertine tile that covers everything from the exterior entry and interior floors to the walls and columns both inside and outside the home.

RIGHT: 8. ABOVE: The great room offers access to a screenedin patio. TOP RIGHT: The floating staircase features a center stringer and offers views of all three floors.000 feet of travertine.OVERLEAF LEFT: The 8. lines the walls and encases pillars both inside and outside of the house. housetrends greater miami valley 19 . OVERLEAF RIGHT: A massive chandelier hangs down 14 feet from the dining room ceiling.200-square-foot home resides in Scarborough at River West. a new community in Beavercreek. imported from Turkey.

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housetrends greater miami valley 21 . which has hints of blues.The home’s staircase is another one of Pund’s favorite designs. at 350 square feet. BELOW: The master bedroom features two walls of windows. The foyer flows directly into the kitchen and dining areas. still Pund searched for the perfect fixtures to illuminate the architecture’s tall ceilings at night. where Pund previously spent some time. both of which overlook an oversized great room. The floating staircase is supported by one single stringer that runs up the middle and climbs 28 feet from the lower level to the second floor. Its design is often found in homes constructed on the West Coast or in New York City. mirrors the home’s translucent feel. A light fixture hangs down 14 feet from the dining room ceiling and extends five feet wide at its base. RIGHT: The master bath. offering views of the wooded lot and the back of the house. to the white quartz and floating glass counters along the bar area. The light has a dramatic effect when visitors pull into the drive and look through the entryway. continued > OPPOSITE: The dark cabinetry and sleek stainless steel appiances and countertop create a seamless contemporary design. Dramatic views inside and out The expansive windows virtually eliminate the need for electrical lighting during the day. offering a clear view of each area in between. greens and grays. while the backsplash tile. incorporates dark slate and light colored glass tile into its design. An induction cooktop is tucked inside the thick stainless steel countertop that connects the kitchen’s two main prep areas. A series of different materials constitute the countertops—from stainless steel in the cooking area. The dark maple cabinets and a glass tile backsplash add a lone burst of color against the home’s white interior.

Audio and video equipment: Hanson Audio ResouRces 22 housetrends. Faucets: Hansgrohe. The home’s great room offers plenty of space to entertain or relax as a . Architect: sheri scott. Sinks: Franke. The lower level seems more like the first floor of the home since its exterior walls are also full of oversized windows facing the trees outside. A balcony overlooks the dining area below. meaning all electrical and media needs can be controlled by the touch of an iPad or iPhone. in addition to the bedroom and oversized bathroom. the entire home is wired for smart media. A mudroom. The bedroom also offers an incredible view of the home’s tree-filled back yard. supplied by southern ohio Kitchens. great room. Appliances: Thermador.ABOVE: Sleek red pendant lights and a comfortable chaise lounge add a pop of color to the lower level bar. but he hopes they will embrace the style and consider the freedom a contemporary home offers. bar. which backs up to the Little Miami River. Countertops: Pietra Naturale Inc. like all other rooms on the main level. The lower level offers plenty of options for entertainment. includes a 330-square-foot dressing room and a small kitchenette. Flooring: Fade Marble. Pund chose matte black tile from Italy to create the illusion that the fireplace is encased in leather. the upstairs and lower level boast the same impressive windows and open atmosphere. Since there are no window treatments it opens up the room to abundant light and makes it visible from the kitchen and great room just to its side. Range hood: elica. with three bedrooms and two full bathrooms. Tucked around the corner is the home’s master bedroom suite which. Highlighted by a curved wall covered in pale green/blue glass tile. is flanked by windows with open views to the outdoors. Backsplash: Florida Tile. The top level houses a children’s area. Pund knows the home’s design is a bit different than what most homebuyers see in the Dayton area. The his-and-her walk-in shower behind the tub features Hansgrohe fixtures and is lined with the same slate tile covering the bathroom floor. Just off of the great room is an elevated screened-in patio that offers a place to rest in front of its fireplace and enjoy the beautiful view below. Lighting: Ferguson. Builder: Doug Pund. Much of the audio and media for the home—including the 400-disc Blu-Ray player in the media room—was done by Hanson Audio. the tub is filled by water that flows from the ceiling. including a wine cellar. The centerpiece of the master bathroom is the floating tub located in the middle of the room. Cabinetry: southern ohio Kitchens. Krispins.. so parents and children are never out-of-touch. Furniture: Bova. Novum custom Homes. Moreover. An abundance of flat screen television sets are located throughout the home. laundry room and half bath are also located on the main level. exercise room and guest bedroom and bath. media room. The room’s focal point is its fireplace. The master bedroom. Smooth transitions Just like the main level.

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a wall opposite the main oven contains the refrigerator. and a clear view from one end of the room to the sliding glass doors that lead to the back yard. Their new kitchen offers plenty of workspace located both near the oven. Because the cabinets and countertops continued > housetrends greater miami valley 29 .Creating a cohesive design The original kitchen featured white cabinets and black countertops. The couple chose 18x18-inch Bruno Cortesa Travertine flooring. the room was way overdue for a complete remodel. “It was gray and dingy. sleek natural maple cabinetry from Medallion satisfied Kim’s modern-but-inviting décor goals as did Caesarstone’s Ebony Reflections quartz countertops. and love to entertain throughout the year. a feature that stuck out like a sore thumb when compared to the unimpeded traffic flow of the rest of the house. and includes architecturally pleasing entrances. For example. By moving those doors to the laundry room—which initially offered no access to pantry items—the Rileys could enjoy an entire wall of cabinetry initially not possible. But one of the worst aspects of the Rileys’ kitchen was a peninsula that separated the cooking spaces from an eat-in area. so she and Johnson kept other choices around it calm.” explains Johnson. small tiles with dark grout. “modern but livable. As an added bonus. cramped and dated look: laminate countertops and cabinetry. When she first saw the Rileys’ kitchen. an open floor plan accented by loft overlooks. By 2007. and that’s always been her style. Kim fell in love with a coppertone blend glass mosaic tile for the backsplash.” says Kim. florescent lighting. A cook’s kitchen The Rileys host both sides of their families for the holidays. and an abundance of natural light flowing from plenty of windows.” Kim describes it as soft contemporary. somewhat minimalistic. It’s an inviting atmosphere. and stainless steel sinks and appliances. but “it has warmth to it. and a small 4x4-foot island that contained a cooktop but no modern conveniences. Removing the peninsula allowed the couple to replace the small island with a large 4x8-foot island that now offers room to dine and serve snacks and drinks. Cathy Johnson. today’s wide range of kitchen necessities offered plenty of ideas for a complete overhaul of the appearance and décor of the Rileys’ new kitchen. and still have easy access to stored food items. except for the kitchen. Meanwhile. who owns Kitchens by Design with her husband. “It took up the entire wall and offered no benefit to the kitchen. Johnson points to the angled installation as another way to offer an open. but full of heart. More than two decades later. one side of the kitchen contained nothing but double doors to a pantry actually situated in an adjacent laundry room. the Rileys were still in love with their home. recessed lighting. Kim isn’t sure why she picked out ceramic tile with ruffled edges as it’s not contemporary. agrees. and an island sink. They have a family home. It was just dead looking and had no style. Johnson says the Rileys’ house represents modern styling. she added up numerous features that presented an old. the design of the rest of the house was ahead of its day. Additionally. Miles. so consideration of the cooking “triangle” was important. In terms of style. airy feel.” Fortunately. a microwave and a second oven so multiple cooks can work their magic without delaying each other.

“Cathy was very good at suggesting things.” says Johnson. Kim still relishes her kitchen and looks forward to many large gatherings in the future.” Johnson says. She and the Rileys utilized a “storyboard” approach until all the decisions worked in sync with each other.” 30 . inviting lifestyle of its owners.follow a clean look while the backsplash appears busier. Johnson says it’s the kitchen that sets the tone for the entire home. “We plan to be here for many years. Since the garage entrance to the laun- dry room serves as the most-used access to the house. Perhaps the only throwback to the time of the house’s construction is the new kitchen’s neutral earthtone and black colors. “It’s a clean palette without being cold. That’s just how the new kitchen works today. certain products and vendors stand out as the best way to go. the kitchen is visible from nearly any room on the first floor.” he explains.” says Kim. according to Tom. and now it communicates the warm. Johnson says the subtle accents in the floor tiles work to pull the effect together as one concept. The renovation made the whole house look better. once she knows the style preferences of her clients. “My favorite thing about the new kitchen is its flowthrough design. Even though one child recently got married and another moved out. “I appreciated her experience.

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If you want a step-by-step and stone-by-stone guide to easy elegance and carefree . Darcy. an eclectic assortment of hors d’oeuvres. should offer elegance with aplomb during summer soirées. continued > 38 housetrends. Case in point: During a recent outdoor party. A charming atmosphere It’s natural that. Twice a year. The party just happened to be a variation on the monthly Hadley Avenue Ladies’ Brunch. the editor of Chic Mom magazine. the women of the neighborhood break tradition and host an evening event so spouses and significant others can attend. then bear witness to the spacious exterior space at Gary and Darcy Plunkett’s Normandy-style home in Oakwood. It’s a surefire way to learn—especially if you can also embrace the couple’s relaxed manner and affinity for French culture. wine. and conviviality. the Plunketts gathered neighbors for an informal affair that was charming and bubbling with good conversation.

continued > housetrends greater miami valley 39 . hydrangeas and herbs surround the patio. OPENING PAGE: Flower beds filled with lavender.landscapetrends The outdoor living space resides in the side yard of the Oakwood home.

albeit through a time warp only possible in movies. “When someone is sick.landscapetrends The brunch has been a ritual on the street for years. Two adirondack chairs await visitors in front of the freestanding fireplace.” On this particular evening. which is surrounded by evergreen bushes and succulents. Darcy explains. Tucked into the landscaping are a vari- 40 housetrends. to the festive yet friendly atmosphere. there is always a neighbor delivering cookies.” Darcy says. and the gurgling fountain in the pond’s center is particularly refreshing during this warm summer eve. and it only adds. An explosion of purple petunias and red geraniums spill out from the three large planters that gracefully line the low brick fence framing the patio. “It’s such a great neighborhood. Appetizers line the tables. Koi add bursts of color to the pond in the corner of the lot. jazz music is bubbling in the background. not interrupts. as Darcy has always envisioned a yard with the pretty and poetic nuances of a Claude Monetinspired painting. The master himself would have felt at home during this casual party. Lavender is the lovely underlying theme of the floral landscape. diverse group of women in all stages of their lives” and also enhance the European feel that meanders through the streets of . and she adds the monthly affairs afford a way to meet “a neat. and wine and other spirits are served at the bar under the handsome pergola.

they continued the European theme the Burkes had pursued. especially for tomato and mozzarella salad. next to the kitchen.” Lisa recalls.” says Darcy. who had bought the home in 2003. The first stage of renovation by the Burkes started in spring of 2004 and was completed in the fall. Darcy recalls a huge swath of overgrown garden. “The fireplace was great as it began to cool down at night. “It was very overgrown. but we’ve done a lot to the landscaping since we bought the home in 2005. Judd Powell. but also drew references from another country known for its heavenly gardens: France.” she says. “I hung a chandelier on the pergola during the summer months and enjoyed the restored pond and fountain. TOP LEFT: Adirondack chairs urge the homeowners to relax in front of the fireplace.” she adds. A vision in the making There is no back yard per se. continued > housetrends greater miami valley 41 .” When she and Gary. “I really wanted a French-country butterfly garden. had laid the groundwork by initiating the first phase in the makeover. Thankfully. Lisa says her goal was to open up the space and make the yard more inviting. purchased the 1929 home. “I wanted the pond and fountain restored and the side garden to resemble an English garden. ety of herbs that Darcy regularly uses to add a dash of flavor to her favorite recipes: cilantro. it was an exchange of ideas between her and the landscaper that yielded the most ideas.” French-inspired theme When the Plunketts acquired the home. dill. so the Burkes had it removed. Dr. Green Vista Water Gardens in Enon rehabbed the pond and fountain. most conveniently. the previous owners. The Burkes turned to their friend. Stephen and Lisa Burke. “Six-foot hedges lined the driveway and you literally could not see the road when backing out. The new patio and pergola were Lisa’s favorite parts of the project. a tree was blocking the view of a ship that graced the chimney. and rosemary. the Plunketts have capitalized instead on the generous side yard that is located.” she recalls. My children and our Scottish Terrier enjoyed watching the fish and frogs in the pond. owner of Tom’s Mulch in Bellbrook. an attorney. The pond was empty and not working. flat-leaf and regular parsley. “The people who lived here before had done some of the basics. But ultimately. to handle the landscaping and hardscaping. “I use basil a lot. and drew upon magazines and her own gardening knowledge for inspiration. basil. “We couldn’t manage it. BOTTOM LEFT: Green Vista Water Gardens refurbished the pond and fountain.OPPOSITE: The homeowners have plenty of outdoor space to host intimate gatherings or large parties.” In addition.” she recalls.

including lilies. and she is fluent in 42 housetrends. Search: Poetry In Motion ABOVE: The previous homeowners installed the patio and pergola. especially my mother. After all.” Darcy says. “It was just a straight line with bulbs and dogwood. 8-year-old R. “I love the French culture and their sense of design.” Darcy admits. Pond and fountain restoration: Green Vista Water Gardens. The French connection is one that Darcy has always had since she minored in French at Sienna College in New York. irises and black-eyed Susans.” Landscape and hardscape: Tom’s Mulch. “We really feel blessed to live here. was really to have that space in nature to read and eat and look at the butterflies. The sixfoot plot of soil that went down to the pavement was the biggest challenge.” says Darcy as she takes a sip of tea. seem to appreciate their parents’ aesthetics. rework the flower boxes and add horticultural savvy to the flower beds. really emphasized the importance of travel. and to have this fabulous home.” She also attributes her unfettered continental style to her parents. and 10-year-old Maddie. “Lilacs. visit housetrends.” Darcy recalls. “We did use existing plants. “My sister lived in Paris for a couple of years. and the Urban Gardeners team filled them to create the French-country aura that she had so yearned for.” Darcy says the window boxes were already in place. hostas.landscapetrends The Plunketts tapped the talents of Urban Gardeners in the spring of 2010 to revamp the tired gardens.” web bonus To see more photos of this project and get Darcy's delicious recipe for grilled mahi-mahi. Flower boxes and plant installation: Urban Gardeners resources The couple’s children.” “I love lilac bushes and hydrangeas. there is a cheery spirit both in and outside the residence. especially. “The goal. She went to France in 1989. for myself. The new garden is a pleasing balance of flowers that already had been in the yard and new plants. “My parents. interjects: “It’s a mansion. peony. remind me of my grandmother. . which had spread like crazy. She dreams in French.” she says.J.

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Whether you’re celebrating Easter. continued > SOUR CREAM AND BACON PANCAKES WITH WARM ORANGE-MAPLE SYRUP Recipe on next page Recipe and photo courtesy of Kraft Foods housetrends greater miami valley 45 .Delightful Delicacies Celebrate spring with a cheerful brunch By Christina Kleiner With the abundance of holidays right around the corner. Mother’s Day. now is the perfect time to plan the menu for your first spring brunch of the year. these recipes go hand-in-hand with the refreshing season. Memorial Day or just the fact that it’s Sunday.

com to get recipes for Fiesta Breakfast Casserole. Search: Delightful Delicacies BREAKFAST PIZZA 1 can refrigerated crescent rolls (8) 6 eggs. Add the strawberries and blueberries and toss to coat. web bonus Go to housetrends. Bake for 5 minutes or until the rolls are lightly toasted. finely chopped 1 cup maple-flavored or pancake syrup 2 teaspoons orange zest Heat large skillet sprayed with cooking spray on medium heat. Mix next 4 ingredients. Meanwhile. remaining honey and remaining orange juice in a small bowl. Italian Frittata. Remove from oven and let set for 5-10 minutes before slicing. Cook 3 minutes or until bubbles form on top. milk. Ladle batter into hot skillet. BRUNCH BRUSCHETTA 4 Pepperidge Farm Stone Baked Artisan Rolls multi-grain dinner rolls. cut side up. whisk until well blended. Drizzle 1 tablespoon honey over the roll halves. drained 46 housetrends. Sprinkle each with about 1 tablespoon bacon. Brunch Bake and Fruit Tart. Divide the berry mixture among the rolls. mushrooms and cheese in a medium size bowl. ham or bacon. sour cream and oil in large bowl until well blended. Spoon the yogurt mixture over the berry mixture. then turn to brown other sides. Pour over crescent rolls and bake for 20-25 minutes until dough edges are browned and mixture is bubbly. chopped (about 1 cup) 1 cup fresh blueberries ⅓ cup vanilla yogurt Keep the oven at 400°F. using ¼ cup batter for each pancake. Place the rolls. Unroll refrigerated crescent rolls and line a 12-inch pizza pan by pressing out with fingers and sealing seams and edges to cover entire pan. Microwave on high 1 minute. Cut each roll in half. Mix syrup and zest in microwaveable bowl. stir. whisk eggs. 1 cup shredded cheddar cheese Salt and pepper to taste Preheat oven to 350°F. Stir 1 tablespoon orange juice and the mint in a small bowl. beaten ½ cup diced ham or bacon crumbles 1 4-ounce can mushroom stems and pieces. onto the baking sheet. Stir the yogurt.Delightful delicacies SOUR CREAM AND BACON PANCAKES WITH WARM ORANGE-MAPLE SYRUP 2 eggs 1¼ cups milk 1 cup Breakstone’s or Knudsen sour cream 2 tablespoons oil 2 cups flour 3 tablespoons sugar 1 tablespoon Calumet baking powder ½ teaspoon salt 12 slices Oscar Mayer bacon. prepared according to package directions 2 tablespoons honey 2 tablespoons orange juice 1 tablespoon chopped fresh mint leaves 8 fresh strawberries. Add to egg mixture. Strain into Recipe and photo courtesy of GE Appliances Recipe and photo courtesy of Campbell’s Kitchen . Serve immediately. cooked. Serve with pancakes. Remove the rolls from the baking sheet and let cool on a wire rack for 5 minutes. Combine eggs.

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I think she’s changed her mind. they’re quick to recall their first meal in their newly renovated kitchen. almost in unison. In fact.” they exclaim.” continued > .” David says. pork and beef trends A cramped culinary space receives a much-needed facelift By Christina Kleiner | Photos by Shelley Schilperoot/Roots Photography David Friedman and Iris Davis have an affinity for cooking and they have everything they need to create gourmet meals in roughly 160 square feet of contemporary culinary space. one of the many gadgets the couple requested during the remodel. Iris thought I was crazy. “At first. one Kitchen 50 housetrends. F The dinner was prepared in an oven rotisserie. which is one of her specialty dishes. but after enjoying lamb. “I wanted a rotisserie in one of the new ovens. “Leg of lamb.

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without changing the footprint too much.” The couple turned to Clive Morgan at Knapke Cabinets to help with the renovation. We got in each other’s way and we knew we needed to renovate.” David suggested the butcher block top. “Iris has a lot of contemporary art pieces throughout the house and the old kitchen wasn’t the least bit contemporary.” David adds. rod-shaped hardware and stainless steel appliances. “It’s a quirky shape that really completes the design. The cabinetry. This also led to the addition of bar seating and more of an open-air design to the entire living space. dark look. “I got used to it quickly and now I couldn’t imagine life without it. Iris says she had a hard time imagining wood cabinets creating a contemporary look.” Morgan says. LEFT: A recessed drainboard was routed into the granite countertop. so they chose to warm it up by selecting a Shaker-inspired cherry cabinet door. triangular shape and the size. “But we wanted something that could serve as a prep area.” he says. A teaberry stain gives the cabinetry a rich. “The island virtually designed itself because it runs along the contours of the cabinetry. “But as soon as she saw an example her eyes lit up.” she says. “The house is large enough for us and the location is fantastic.” In order to accommodate the couple’s hopes of including a prep island.” David says. which Iris admits she was apprehensive when it came to actually cutting anything on the countertop. paired with the chrome.” David says. “We didn’t want a huge island. FAR AND MIDDLE LEFT: Knapke cabinets created the custom doors so the wet bar would blend in with the kitchen design. uniform look both David and Iris were hoping to achieve. they didn’t want the kitchen to look cold.” Morgan explains. Morgan suggested pushing the kitchen out one foot into the sunroom at the back of the house. while the other chops vegetables at the island and we’re not running into each other. and David automatically moved into Iris’ Kettering trends Shape of things to come The couple married five years ago.” A smooth finish A contemporary aesthetic was also very important to the couple. create the clean. ABOVE: The perimeter countertops and backsplash are comprised of Scottish Meadow granite. “This kitchen had two major things working against it—the strange. The shape of the island derived from the triangle shape of the entire kitchen.” David says. Now one of us can be cooking at the range. To bring contrast. “They are avid cooks. This extra space meant there was room for David and Iris’ prep island. which she’s owned since 1980. housetrends greater miami valley 53 . “But we both love to cook and the old kitchen was a one-person space. Morgan gained more square footage in the kitchen. By removing the wall and pushing the sink countertop out 12 inches. While they wanted a more modern design. “The sink wall originally just had a pass-thru to the sunroom. so the challenge was packing the new kitchen with everything they wanted. Morgan suggested frosted glass-front doors for the wall cabicontinued > OVERLEAF: The granite fabricator made sure to match up the veining in the countertops and backsplash to create a seamless look. The island also includes a small prep sink and the much-used Sharp microwave drawer.

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nets. “The glass doors act as diffused mirrors, reflecting the natural light that pours in from the sunroom,” he says. All three can’t say enough about the granite countertops and backsplash. The blue and gray veining of the Scottish Meadow granite lightens the space, while at the same time, complements the dark tones of the cabinetry. “The guys at Marble & Granite Works were amazing the way they were able to match up the veining from the countertop to the backsplash,” David says. “That one detail creates such a smooth transition and flow.” The Columbus, Ohio-based fabricator also routed a recessed drainboard into the granite countertop, next to the sink. David and Iris saw the application when they toured the showroom. “I didn’t want an ugly plastic drainboard sitting on the countertop,” Iris says. “This has been a wonderful solution.” The flooring was equally important to David and Iris. Morgan suggested cork after the couple said they wanted a material other than wood or tile. “If you spend as much time in the kitchen as they do, then you want a material that is kind to your feet,” Morgan says. “This is the same cork that is on the floors of the Dayton Art Institute. If it can handle that many visitors it can handle this kitchen.”

The 12x24-inch tiles are easy to clean, can be removed and replaced if necessary and bring out the light color of the prep island’s butcher block top. Life in the kitchen has been much easier for David and Iris since the renovation. You’ll often find David cooking up something new in the rotisserie and Iris coming up with a new appetizer. “We’ve always enjoyed cooking, now we love it even more,” Iris says. “I walk into the kitchen every morning and I am still shocked. It’s a completely different world!”

Contractor: Knapke cabinets; Kitchen designer: clive Morgan; Cabinetry: Decora; Knapke custom cabinets; Flooring: Wecork, Avant Garde collection, classic White; Granite countertops and backsplash: scottish Meadow granite, Marble & Granite Works; Prep island countertop: Butcher block, Knapke cabinets; Sinks: Blanco; opella; Faucets and potfiller: Brizo; Appliances: KitchenAid dishwasher; Wolf cooktop; Ge Monogram refrigerator; Thermador ovens and warming drawer; scotsman icemaker; sharp microwave drawer


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TOP: Custom drawers for everything from cookie sheets to cutting boards create unique storage options for Iris’ cooking and baking necessities. MIDDLE: Two oversized pullout cabinets serve as the pantry. BOTTOM: Oversized spice racks flank the Wolf range, offering convenient access to all of the couple’s cooking essentials.

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