Water’s Edge | Cotswolds-Inspired Design
In every project Shea and the design team take on, there’s one defining element or direction that carries the design throughout the entirety of the home. Sometimes it’s a color theme, other times it’s a material. In our latest project, Water’s Edge, the one defining element is the use of an exterior material inside the home. Natural stone (called Colonial White Ridgestone) in a light, time-weathered hue marries the inside with the out, carrying the vibe of the house from room to room, down hallways and up staircases. Shea and the design team worked closely with the mason to get the grout style just right, the same style also carried throughout. In Water’s Edge, you’ll see the stone brought into the entryway of the home, rising up the walls to meet a plaster barrel ceiling for a grand welcome. In the great room, the stone is used on the walls surrounding the cooktop and the walls of the adjacent hearth room, as well as along the home’s staircases. Explore how the stone is used throughout and watch as Shea guides us through the entirety of the home in the webisode below.