A quiet riverside retreat juxtaposes traditional materials and modern touches to create a home that reflects many moods and seasons.
Matter created the look from start to finish for this richly textured home, leading the development of the interior architecture, space planning, finish materials, bath and kitchen planning, and furniture selection and installation.
Set in a rare riverfront location, this home was designed to blur the boundaries between indoors and out. Materials were chosen to echo the beauty of the river as it changes from season to season, with luxurious, tactile neutrals providing a setting for nature and art.
A muted palette with textural interest balances the river and forest setting and provides a backdrop for the owner's eclectic art collection.
Bold artwork by Cuban artist Kadir Lopez finds an unexpectedly ideal context against a feature wall of reclaimed barn wood in the dining room.
A custom-designed chandelier fashioned of cast-iron bronze and hand-blown glass buds hangs over the dining room. This touch of luxury and glamor creates a sophisticated contrast against the weathered texture of the accent wall.