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Northshore Home Fall 2018

Northshore Home magazine highlights the best in architectural design, new construction and renovations, interiors, and landscape design.

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38 FALL 2018 kitchens a rug, the ceramic tile inlay replicates a runner and acts as an ideal place for sandy feet or muddy boots to enter the home. "I wanted it to feel more like an entry way than just walking into the kitchen, explains Ditcham. "It distinguishes it from the kitchen and brings color to that side of the room." More color is found in the soothing sand and sea hues of the cabinetry. The beige tone of Benjamin Moore Pebble on the cabinets and the blue tone of Ben- jamin Moore Willow on the island impart character and warmth where Barrett wanted something other than classic white. Just as Barrett had hoped, her new kitchen is as "perfect, pulled together, lived in, and comfortable" as her parents' beautiful home. "Wendy was good about making it feel mature, but not so mature that a young couple wouldn't live here." This year, Barrett and Eric Lord look forward to showcasing their newly designed space for Christ- mas get-togethers, football games, and many more entertaining endeavors. For more information, see Resources on page 122. Breaking down the wall between the kitchen and dining room resulted in ample space for an inviting kitchen island. Below, Wendy Ditcham (left) with homeowner Barrett Lord.

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