Sophisticated Living Indianapolis

SEP-OCT 2018

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In the master bedroom, which overlooks the woods and golf course, navy blue makes a striking reappearance in the headboard and velvet-soft area rug. With vaulted ceilings finished in painted shiplap providing a sense of height and space, the large pastel floral patterns on the draperies and linens feel perfectly in balance. Here again, the wooden beams are painted a darker shade than the walls. "e unusual thing we did in this house is that we used lighter walls and darker trim throughout," explains Barry Lantz. "Usually trim is white, but here we were looking for a different feel that seems warmer. We used exactly the same color scheme in almost every room in the house." And if it seems that Kravet is a popular manufacturer with the Lantzes, it is. In 2019, look for a custom Barry Lantz line of fabrics under the Kravet label. With a number of homes either recently finished or under construction in Chatham Hills, Joe Gradison and his team are keeping busy these days. "is was an especially rewarding home to build," comments Gradison. "e owners had a clear vision for the project, but were open to design suggestions from others." With available lots going fast, Chatham Hills is rapidly becoming the place to see and be seen. sl slmag.net 75

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