Decked out in a mod metallic brick exterior, the Grzywinski+Pons Dutchess House No. 1 is bursting in eye-catching details. Situated in the village of Millerton, New York, the picturesque family home is architecturally stunning.
Rather than opting for traditional stone or contemporary horizontal siding, the designers chose a embossed brick-like material for the outer walls. White walls and furnishings dominate the interior space, offering a beautiful, modern aesthetic. Rustic wood dividers and a lemon yellow stable door add warmth to the otherwise clean-cut space. Unusual angled windows allow natural light to filter throughout the home, providing home owners a cozy, airy environment.
This is one home that is far from being considered a cookie cutter design. The Grzywinski+Pons Dutchess House No. 1 offers home owners a breathtaking interior with an equally stunning exterior.
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