In another bedroom, soft yellow hues from the Schumacher wallcovering carry over into its en suite bathroom.
In both bathrooms, Sterling says she “jazzed up” the walls by reintroducing—in a larger scale—the chevron tile pattern used downstairs.
A pair of back-to-back custom sofas covered in Pindler and Perennials upholstery and separated by a walnut table delineates the formal living room from the library.
Because her clients enjoy cocktails after work, interior designer Kristen Rivoli custom designed an ottoman to feature a clever pull-out drink tray. The ottoman is covered in Spinneybeck chartreuse leather to echo the Benjamin Moore Gibson Gold walls.
Benjamin Moore Gibson Gold walls are a lively backdrop to the homeowners’ collection of art and antiques.
Golden yellow fabric adds a sunny note to the sitting area; the Schibanoffs collected the Delft tiles around the fireplace over the years.
A Pottery Barn bed dressed in a slew of patterns welcomes guests. Jamie Young bedside lamps wear beachy raffia shades.
Paisley paper from Les Indiennes and Farrow & Ball’s sunny Babouche paint elevate laundry chores. Rosenfeld nabbed the nautical flag at the Market Stalls in the Boston Design Center.
The dining room’s white walls, like many throughout the home, were designed to display the family’s growing collection of modern art. The generously proportioned, custom-designed dining table is flanked by chairs that offer bold accents of color.
The dining room’s custom mural by Scott Waterman is based on a four-season study of the surrounding area.
The newel post and stair rail are original and were refinished in a French polish.
Saturated, vibrant colors and needlepoint rugs line the main hallway.
The living room is a vision in silvery grays, with judiciously placed splashes of marigold inspired by one of the owners’ prized paintings.
The playful, gender-neutral guest bedroom hosts frequent sleepovers by the grandkids.
As befits this new-meets-old house, a chest in the entry hall was made of antique components.
Splashes of yellow burst against the pale gray and white of the family room. A custom Stark rug with a geometric pattern ties everything together nicely.
Graphic Romo fabrics give energy to the guest room’s reading nook.
Every guest room holds a writing desk, furthering the inn’s literary theme.
On a trip to Buenos Aires, Rylee and her husband discovered the living room’s mirror and black benches. The sconces are antique as are the Chinese garden seats, while the delicate chandelier is from Visual Comfort.
A fireplace surround from R.T. Facts in Kent makes a stunning focal point for the living room.
A lemony-green grasscloth wallcovering in the master bedroom mimics birch bark in a playful echo of the tree-lined ski runs of the mountain outside.
A cozy spot for casual dining in the family room.
The front entry leads into a number of open, interconnected spaces.
The daughter’s bedroom sings with color.
Chrome and yellow-vinyl barstools add sunny warmth to the modern kitchen, where skylights bring in natural light.
The breakfast nook sounds a wake-up call with walls of tequila lime, a geometric-patterned rug and vivid toss pillows.
A painting by Kerri Rosenthal hangs on the high-gloss gray walls of the foyer.
To keep the leather sectional from dominating the room, Hiltz papered the family room walls in Cowtan & Tout metallic paper, added a modern chair in an eye-popping yellow, and was generous with the toss pillows.
Custom sconces flank a walnut bed outfitted in chic Les Oiseaux fabric, by Marvic.
The owner, who oversaw the interior design process, introduced color throughout. "I wanted it to feel like it’s a warm house," she says.
The living room glows with her choice of a rich palette of golds and yellows highlighted by the geometric-floral wallpaper by Osborne & Little.