plymouth poise a Pepper Pike colonial home is reimagined to achieve polish and poise. What began as a modest furnishings update to a daughter’s bedroom, soon budded into a three-year evolution.
Together with the Joneses, Linda first reconfigured the space to the architect’s original intent. Remedying an awkward back entry and misplaced dining area achieved a structurally seamless layout primed and prepped for finishing.
The rearrangement of the dining room had opened up the old space—creating a new living area for the family to gather and reminisce.
The approach was all about marrying modern with the estate’s traditional roots—muted tones providing balance for a bolder chandelier and antique furnishings. Airy light filtering through french doors, illuminating brass finishes and warm wood tones. Creating a space appropriate for modern living—clean, simple, natural, with moments of preserved past.
Renovation included dining room, living room, family room, office, and back entry to include bath and project room.
designer linda mauck smith