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Floor-to-ceiling maple millwork and bamboo floors bring a lighter tone to the husbandâs study.
In a nod to going green, the roof of the pool house is topped with sedum and moss.
A tub enjoys dramatic views and its own proscenium arch.
The spectacular staircase mixes verticals, horizontals, and diagonals with wood both rough-hewn and polished.
Custom millwork, such as the master bedroom’s cabinets and mantel, is one of the house’s signatures.
The house’s rich oak flooring is most evident in the open kitchen.
Some of the fieldstone for the central hearth was taken from the property.
The Michael Taylor dining table sits atop a stone base.
Looking perfectly comfortable in a wintry setting, this Redding home takes its design cues (and even some of its building materials) from nearby Connecticut barns.