7. The Family Room Looking into the Kitchen
Here, if you look on the left side, you can see the two stainless steel doors of the walk-through refrigerator, while also getting a better look at the large marble slab island that is used to separate the kitchen and family room. In here, the flooring changes to natural-colored French oak floor with a herringbone pattern. The white sectional couch doesn’t seem the best choice for a family with kids, but it definitely goes with the overall look of the room. For a quirky touch, the decorator added a unique coffee table made of logs.
8. The Foyer and Formal Dining Room
When you walk into the house, you enter a foyer that features soaring, 14 ft. ceilings and the same antique marble floors found in the kitchen. This photo also gives you a good look at two expansive pieces of art and a glimpse into the formal dining room, which boasts wainscoted walls, a 12-person table, and an elaborate and incredibly unique lighting fixture. The dining room is said to include a hidden door to the service kitchen. Of course, you can’t forget about the elegant staircase on the left that leads up to the four ensuite bedrooms on the mansion’s second floor.