Sophisticated Living Indianapolis

MAR-APR 2018

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Campbell observes that the parameters were well-defined from the outset: "I was lucky enough to meet the clients through a neighbor referral, and that's how we got started," he says. "e home was already being drawn by Mark, so it was pretty easy to step in and get the ball moving. The home is a real mix of materials and different styles." With its clean lines, large expanses of stone and visible rough-hewn wood both inside and out, the house presents a sturdy, quasi-rustic impression combined with a functional modernity that studiously avoids cuteness. e kitchen and cabinetry from Kitchens By Design balance supreme efficiency with a restrained elegance. "e design combines the use of formal stone and reclaimed wood siding in a more contemporary, clean exterior," explains Demerly. "The rustic exterior accents are repeated on the interior with the reclaimed wood flooring and reclaimed wood beams." The rustic floors tie the entire first story together, finding echoes in the dining room table, the bold and striking stairwell tower, made from artificially distressed white oak, and as a continuation up the front of the kitchen island. Further adding a modern twist to the robustly traditional aesthetic are the bright, neutral palette and the concrete fireplace mantle pieces by Jeff Ware Concrete. 70 slmag.net

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