Housetrends Dayton August/September 2018

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Centerville garden is a welcoming retreat; 5 kitchens that pack a punch; Dayton home shows its artistic style; Award-worthy home theaters

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5 KITCHENS

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DAYTON HOME SHOWS

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CONTENTS

AUGUST/SEPTEMBER 2018 DAYTON

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5 KITCHENS THAT PACK A PUNCH

A handful of kitchens from across the Greater Miami Valley feature some of today’s hottest design trends

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ON THE COVER

Thousands of colorful annuals and perennials make this Centerville garden a must-see.

Turn to page 62 to read about this one-of-a-kind outdoor living space.

Photo by Daniel Feldkamp


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CONTENTS

AUGUST/SEPTEMBER 2018 DAYTON

NEW HOMES

22 CLASSIC IN NATURE

Authentic old world architectural elements

lead to a visual masterpiece in Dayton

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INTERIOR DESIGN

39 BRING HOLLYWOOD HOME

Grab the popcorn and catch a

movie in your own home theater

91 BLUSHING BEAUTIES

It’s not just brides and their attendants

who are wearing blush this year

REMODELING

54 MEET & GREET

Siblings Leanne and Steve Ford,

hosts of HGTV’s Restored by the Fords,

breathe new life into old homes

LANDSCAPING

62 TIME IS OF THE ESSENCE

Hobby garden grows to full-time

passion for Centerville homeowner

DEPARTMENTS

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CLASSIC

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Authentic old world architectural elements

lead to a visual masterpiece in Dayton

BY LEE RHODES | Photos by Daniel Feldkamp

One of the many focal points in this luxurious Dayton house is the staircase, which calls to mind Gone

with the Wind. In the classic 1939 film, the grand staircase in Tara essentially becomes a main character

opposite Vivien Leigh’s Scarlett O’Hara and Clark Gable’s Rhett Butler. Some of the film’s most iconic

scenes take place on that beautiful staircase. So it is no wonder that the curved staircase in this Dayton

home commands attention. Accentuated by an abundance of natural light and a domed ceiling faux finished

in warm copper hues, the staircase plays an integral role in the overall design of the home. ➻

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A collaborative effort

While it can be overwhelming to build a house of this magnitude,

there was no drama in how it was accomplished. The

19,500 square-foot home came about through collaboration

between the owners, who had a distinct vision – French country

design with elements of mid-century modern; Rob Arnold

of Astelier Fine Homes, the builder whose company name

translates to “carpenter’s workshop” in French; and Linda

Krukenberg of Bel Finito Custom Finishes and Specialty

Painting, the artist who created 16 custom faux finishes

found throughout the residence. The entire building process

took 18 months.

The curved staircase itself took eight months, as it was

built on-site and painstakingly put together piece by piece.

It’s one of many dramatic elements in the foyer. Another

is the vantage point one has upon entering the elaborately

carved front entry door, with line of sight to almost the entire

main floor. A stunning barrel vault ceiling, seemingly endless

marble and hardwood floors, one-of-a-kind wall features, and

the spacious kitchen and great room greet guests.

“When you first come in, you’re at an elevated position and

have a view of everything because the main level floor is quite

open and you have to step down to get to it,” explains Arnold.

“We tried to create enough visuals that wherever you look,

something catches your eye.” ➻

1 The massive wood front entry door is hand carved and features

a large arched transom overhead. 2 The curved staircase leads up

to the second floor and was built on-site. 3 The large three-sided

limestone fireplace can be seen from every vantage point thanks

to the open floor plan.

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The homeowners requested an arched

ceiling in the great room, so Arnold’s team

created exposed, old-world style wood

beam trusses to finish the look. “We mixed

in an authentic old-world perspective with

something unique and contemporary by

today’s standards, and tried to have it all

blend together. That’s a challenge.”

“I love the dark wood; it gives it more of

a lavish look,” adds the homeowner. “And I

toned it down with the furniture to make it

more contemporary – with cream, gold and

silver hues and metal accents.”

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4 Varying ceiling heights and

architectural treatments were

used to differentiate each space

in the open floor plan. 5 The

groin vault ceiling in the formal

dining room features soft champagne

and gold metallic plaster

with a bronze glaze. 6 The custom

kitchen includes a long peninsula

island for eating, as well as

a center prep island that features

a lighter cream finish on the base

cabinet. 7 The dark custom cabinetry

in the kitchen was stained

to match the wood molding

seen throughout the house.

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Merging indoors and outdoors

Both the great room and kitchen play off of the three-sided,

wood and gas-burning limestone fireplace, constructed of solid

masonry from the basement up through the first floor to the

second story ceiling. Krukenberg added a stain to the fireplace’s

hearth to warm it up and complement the interior design. In the

nearby breakfast nook, she created a faux copper dome ceiling

with reactive metal paint to give it an authentic patina. The fully

equipped kitchen, hidden walk-in pantry, wet bar and formal

dining room create the ideal entertaining setup. Indeed, there

are sliding doors from the adjoining hearth room to the pool

and outdoor living area, so parties can easily flow from inside to

outside. “That was our biggest request when we started building,”

explains the homeowner. “We have large parties and wanted to be

able to entertain well.” ➻


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FAUX FINISHES ADD CHARACTER AND TEXTURE

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1 All of the niches throughout the house, including this one in the breakfast nook, include a metallic plaster with a gold glass-bead

stencil design. 2 The domed ceiling adorning the staircase serves as the perfect backdrop to the massive chandelier and is finished

with a warm, shimmering copper finish. 3 A side table in the hearth room didn’t blend in with the surrounding décor, so the

wood was restained to match the woodwork in the house. The top was refinished with stone plaster with a mica and gold leaf

inlay. 4 The focal wall in the great room is a soft tone-on-tone metallic background with a matte stencil. The stencil complements

the detail in the mirror frame. 5 The master bedroom focal wall features a multi-colored metallic plaster with a glass-bead waterfall

in silver and gold. 6 The limestone fireplace hearth features a warm brown stain with copper hues that can withstand the heat

from the fire. 7 The barrel vault ceilings are stone plaster with a shimmer glaze.


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The home sits on a double lot, so the family often rents tents and has large

gatherings on the second lot, with people spilling over from the covered outdoor

living area, pool, hot tub, fireplace, and wet bar. All the steps leading to the outdoor

living area have a thick, customized bullnose. “We carried a lot of those small details

and concepts all the way through the home, and it creates a feeling of authenticity

because it’s the same kind of thing that’s been done from the beginning of time in

architecture,” says Arnold. ➻

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includes a rectangular swimming

pool, a separate hot

tub, and a covered lanai area.

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includes a sun deck and three

soothing waterfalls. 10 The

pavilion, located just beyond

the hearth room and kitchen,

features an inviting seating and

dining area, plus a full outdoor

kitchen and fireplace.

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The basement rivals the outdoor living space in terms of

entertaining value and is the perfect place for the homeowners’

three children to unwind. Rather than having its own

designated room, the home theater is directly connected to

the game room, wine bar and eye-catching sunken Irish pub.

An inviting sitting area as well as custom benches along the

back wall, offer plenty of space for family and friends.

“All are separate areas with different ceiling heights, but the

basement overall flows and feels like one area with separate

destinations,” explains Arnold. Krukenberg created some of

the basement’s ceilings and walls, including one comprised of

gorgeous Italian plaster.

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An extraordinary retreat

After so much entertaining, the master

bedroom serves as the perfect retreat.

Krukenberg worked more of her magic

in this space, creating an 18-foot accent

wall of metallic plaster with a glass-bead

waterfall effect running down from the

top, as well as another barrel vault ceiling

that runs from the master suite

to the master bath. The freestanding

tub, which can be operated via remote

control, occupies pride of place in the

bathroom. Sunlight through the many

windows illuminates the curved walkin

shower, Italian ceramic tile, copper

bowl sinks, marble flooring and rustic

chandelier.

Finally, the exterior of the house

is also full of unique details, from

the use of natural stone and brick, to

the limestone travertine that had to

be specially shipped, to the imported

carved wood front door. “All of these

details work together to set it aside

from your ordinary house,” concludes

Arnold. “The house speaks for itself in

a lot of ways.”

To see another home with custom woodwork

and old world elegance, go to housetrends.

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11 The home theater screen in the lower

level features an LED backlight kit that

can change colors with the touch of a

button on a remote control. 12 The

freestanding soaking tub sits in the heart

of the master bathroom, which also features

a stacked stone wall that hides the

walk-through shower. 13 The lower level

entertaining space offers fun for all ages

thanks to plenty of seating options, an

Irish pub, a wine bar and a game area. 14

The rich wide plank hardwood flooring

was carried into the master bedroom,

which includes a four-poster bed facing

a gas fireplace with a stone surround. 15

The 19,500 square-foot house features

old-world inspired architecture, such as

the eye-catching turret, and a mixture of

natural stone and brick.

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RESOURCES Builder Rob Arnold, Astelier Fine Homes; Faux finishing Linda Krukenberg, Bel Finito; Flooring Tony’s

Tub & Tile; Window treatments Aerolux Blinds & Shades; Windows Pella; Cabinetry K&B Distributors; Appliances Sub-Zero

and Wolf, Custom Distributors; Home theatre Audio Video Concepts; Pool Buckeye Pools; Landscaping and hardscapes Mario

Navarro, Navarro’s Landscaping; Closets Closet Works; Lighting Factory Lighting

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Bring

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Grab the popcorn and catch a

movie in your own home theater

BY SYDNE SANTO

When you first decide to incorporate a theater

into your home, you’ll probably have some ideas

in mind of what it’ll be used for. Are you planning

to host watch parties with your friends for

major sporting events or have family movie night

every week? No matter what inspired your most

recent home renovation, we know the idea of

having a home theater represents more than just

convenience: it represents the newfound ability

to bring luxury into your home. When creating

your perfect home theater, it’s important to

consider all of the exciting technical and design

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Comfort is key

Adding seating to your space

is one of the biggest differentiating

factors your home

theater will have. Are you

going solely for comfort and

enjoy the idea of traditional

theater chairs or are you

wanting to push the envelope

with bright chairs of

different shapes and sizes?

The great thing about home

theater seating is that you

really can’t go wrong.

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First, it’s important to have

an idea of how many people

you plan on entertaining in your

home theater. If you have children

or a large family, it’s a good

idea to plan on adding a few

extra seats in the event that you

have extra guests.

Many people often overlook

the importance height plays

when choosing proper seating;

a person who is 5’1 will need

different accommodations than

a person who is 6’1. A safe bet

for all parties is to choose seating

that incorporates adjustable

headrests to allow maximum

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1 By incorporating vibrant seating, this Dayton, Ohio home theater is sure to be the life of any party. Photo by Daniel Feldkamp 2 This Tampa,

Florida home theater fashions traditional theater seating equipped with cup holders and trays for convenience. Photo by Johan Roetz 3 This

Jungle Book-inspired theater in a Dayton, Ohio home placed a large emphasis on comfort with its traditional theater chairs. Photo by Daniel

Feldkamp 4 Rather than being separated, this Cincinnati, Ohio home theater is located just off the bar, allowing guests to move freely

between the two rooms. Photo by Ross Van Pelt

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Screen time

When it comes to placing the screen, it’s important to account for both the size of the space in

question and the distance between the viewers and the screen. In general, it’s safe to assume

that the size of the screen should be 1.5 – 3 times smaller than the distance between the seating

and the screen. For example, if the seating is placed 10 feet (120 inches) away, the screen

should be 120/1.5 or 120/3, or between 80 and 40 inches. Because this is such a wide range,

it’s almost always better to go bigger if you’re stuck between sizes. However, beware of the

overall size of your room, as you wouldn’t want to lose an entire wall to a screen alone.

To avoid uncomfortable viewing positions, it’s also smart to measure out where the eye will

naturally rest on the screen. If you’ve chosen to incorporate reclining chairs into your theater,

it’s important to remember that many, if not all, of your movies will be watched at an angle, so

hanging your screen at a slight angle will account for this change. ➻

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5 Thanks to the large screen

in this Pittsburgh, PA home

theater, moviegoers are sure

to have a bird’s eye view no

matter where they sit. Photo by

Craig Thompson

6 By incorporating design

elements around the movie

screen, all eyes are automatically

directed to the focal point

of this Tampa, Florida home

theater. Photo by Mike Rixon/Rixon

Photography

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Can you hear me now?

In order to enjoy all that movies have to

offer, you’ll want to include a sound system

as well. Thanks to modern technology,

many audio/video companies can provide

a central control system for all technological

functions, from volume to lights, in the

palm of your hand. At the very heart of

your sound system will be your home theater’s

receiver, which is used to power your

speakers.

As we’ve seen with the other aspects

involved in building a home theater, it’s

important to consider the space you’re

building in. If your space is doubling as

another room, finding speakers to fit on the

wall or on a shelf is a good way to save space

for foot traffic. On the other hand, if you’re

building a designated theater room, you

can’t go wrong with simple tower speakers.

Many homeowners also opt for surround

sound, and incorporate it either

with ceiling additions or by placing speakers

in various positions throughout the

room in order to recreate the true movie

theater experience. To emphasize the dramatic

effects that make movies as mesmerizing

as they are, you’ll also want

to include subwoofers. When choosing a

subwoofer for a large space, your best bet

is to choose a sub with a woofer at least

12-inches large, while compact subs work

well in smaller rooms. ➻

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7 Disguising speakers into the design of your

theater can greatly add to the aesthetic, as

seen in the pillars of this gorgeous home theater

in Columbus, Ohio. Photo by Robert Lawson

8 This Dayton, Ohio home theater includes an

acoustic panel on the ceiling to prevent sounds

from echoing – perfect for large spaces. Photo by

Daniel Feldkamp

9 The white paneling on the walls hides the

movie speakers in this Dayton, Ohio home.

Photo by Peter Maric/Triplet 3D

10 By incorporating a dome ceiling, this

Columbus, Ohio theater ensures that all theatrical

sounds are emphasized. Photo by Ross Van Pelt

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11 Thanks to the overhead lighting and

dimmable hanging lights, viewers can

maneuver throughout this Cincinnati, Ohio

home theater with ease. Photo by Robin Victor

Goetz

12 Since this projector is operating from

the back of the room, the dim lighting

ensures that nothing is lost from the experience

in this Cleveland, Ohio theater. Photo

by Scott Pease

13 This Pittsburgh, PA home theater airs

on the side of contemporary sophistication

thanks to its incorporation of room-wide

rope lighting. Photo by Daniel Feldkamp


Turn up the lights

Once you’ve finished building

your space, you can

begin searching for the

appropriate lighting. When

it comes to choosing lighting,

it’s important to find

something that’s dimmable

and remote controlled –

having to travel back and

forth between your seat and

the lights in the dark practically

defeats the purpose of

having lights at all! As we

previously explored, installing

an integrated home the-

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ater control system allows

you to monitor all aspects

of your experience from

your chair.

While there are plenty of

different lighting options

available for home theaters,

it’s important to take into

account the type of lighting

your room already

provides. If your space is

home to windows, you first

should install proper blinds

to block out any ambient

light. If you’ve chosen to

include a front projection

screen, your room should

be as close to total darkness

as possible, while a rear projection

screen accounts for

dim lights within the room.

To play it safe, choosing

room lighting that operates

on a dimmer ensures that,

no matter how your screen

functions, your lights can

be easily accommodated

into your space.

Vi si t the Worly

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meet

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Leanne and Steve Ford are a sibling duo that has teamed

up to host the HGTV show Restored by the Fords. The

Pittsburgh-based pair breathes new life into homes that

are showing their age with a fantastic style that produces

amazing results.

QHow did you get a show on HGTV?

A Leanne: HGTV had been following our work for a while. A friend introduced us to

someone on their team and we connected. After a couple of years of back and forth

the time was right. Success always seems so sudden when you see it from the

outside, but it takes TIME.

Steve: Leanne.

Q Of the homes you’ve renovated, what is

their common element, if any?

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and unique and in need of some

modernization. We respect the history of

these homes and we try our best to keep the unique

features that drew the client to buy the home in the first place. Just

because we are redoing and modernizing a home doesn’t mean we need to

lose all the quirk and character. That’s the fun stuff!

Steve: Basement toilets … otherwise known as the “Pittsburgh Potty.” Honestly, we try

to look for varying differences in these homes, but I think that Leanne and I are both a bit

drawn to mid-century modern.

Q You have a great camaraderie on camera … but you’re real-life siblings.

What is your relationship like off camera?

A Leanne: Ha! Our relationship is the exact same on and off camera. Sometimes we are

on the same page, sometimes we are in different books, in different libraries, on different

planets. We love and respect each other and we get along great … MOST of the time!

They captured us perfectly.

Steve: What you see really is what you get. Camera on or off, that’s us.

...

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BY SARAH J. DILLS | Photos by Daniel Feldkamp

Time is very important to Mary Higgins. “I like to be on time,” she

explains of getting her garden going each spring. “I have time frames

for everything. Every daylight moment in spring is important.” ✦

Mary’s meticulous time structure may expose the Type-A side of her

personality, but it allows her to be completely creative and artistic in

her home garden—which is a living work of art. ✦ She spends 35-40

hours a week in the garden at her home, which does not include the

time she spends working in other gardens. For more than 20 years,

Mary has created and maintained the container gardens at Benham’s

Grove. She also maintains a garden in her mother’s name, Mary Jane

Smith, at the Walton House Museum. ➻

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Mary’s love of gardening began

when she was growing up on a farm

in Centerville as one of seven children.

“My mother had gardens, and I

was always outside planting seeds with

her,” Mary remembers fondly. “I would

raid the neighbors’ daffodils to make

a bouquet for my mother. I just loved

flowers.”

When Mary’s parents passed away

about 10 years ago, the farm became

part of the Centerville-Washington

Township Park District. Their historic

house, now called the Smith House,

as well as a garden that Mary and her

siblings planted in memory of their

parents, continue to thrive today.

“People often comment on how

much time I must spend in my gardens,”

Mary says. “But I do have a life

outside of the garden. People waste so

much time in our society today. I go out

first thing in the morning while most

people are still in bed, and then I go out

after dinner. It’s about prioritizing what

is important to you.”

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Dealing with Mother Nature

“This was probably one of the coldest Aprils on record,” Mary says of the stressful

weather she’s been trying to work around this year. “Our springs seem to be getting

shorter, leaving less time to prepare gardens for the season.”

“Last year was kind of horrendous too because we had an early spring, but then

we had a freeze in May. Luckily, I have double eves on my house that somewhat

protect the plants, but the Japanese maples still got frostbitten.”

Mary explains that once she starts working in her flowerbeds, it is a domino

effect. She cleans out the beds, cuts plants back, separates perennials, and then she

has her annuals coming right behind.

“It’s always crazy for me, because I have thousands of annuals that are put in here

each year. I have to get those early, for supply and demand, so the weather is always

challenging. If my annuals are delivered before the last frost date, I have to try to

keep them protected.”

Luckily, Mary added a sunroom to her home 35 years ago to collect plants. “I

was very interested in tropicals and container gardening,” Mary says. “It was hard

because there wasn’t a whole lot available, but now everything has caught up to

what I’ve been doing for years. There’s a tremendous amount of containers and

garden art available now. Grandma’s Gardens has an amazing selection. And I can

get my tropical plants from a Cincinnati distributor now.” ➻

1 The evergreen area on the west side of the house features a Montgomery Blue Spruce

on a standard and a Weeping Norway Spruce tucked behind a container of geraniums

and two hedges of boxwoods. Beds of begonias add an extra pop of color. 2 Inspirational

and quirky statuary can be found scattered throughout the gardens. 3 The beautiful

purple hue of the Tall Phlox creates a colorful focal point. 4 An urn planter next to the

front porch is overflowing with coleus, caladium, Rex begonia and variegated English ivy.

Nearby, a small statue is tucked under a Butterfly Japanese maple adorned with creeping

Jenny ground cover. 5 The centerpiece of the front yard is the homeowner’s so called

“donut hole”—a stone base surrounding begonias, gold barberry and boxwoods. The two

upper levels include petunias, million bells, dipladenia, coleus and a tropical lantana standard

tree perched at the top.

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Self-taught expert

It can be intimidating talking to Mary

about gardening. She’s an expert. Her

garden is nationally recognized. Large

companies rent the space for advertising

photo shoots and commercials. Her

garden is award winning and toured by

visitors who roll down her residential

street by the busload every summer.

However, Mary wants people to know

that she started like everybody else—

when she moved into her home, with

her husband Michael, in 1978.

“There was nothing here. I started

from zero and more-or-less taught

myself,” Mary remembers. “I read a lot,

watched garden programs on TV, and

did projects by trial and error.

“Believe me, I had my ups and downs

with some of the plants when I first

started. But a lot of people, they get discouraged

and give up,” Mary says. “The

biggest reward for me is when people

tell me my gardens have inspired them

to create gardens of their own.”

Mary began gardening her half-acre

lot when she decided to stay at home

to raise her two sons, Ryan and Kevin.

At first she did one project a year,

mostly around the house. She would

then have a fence installed, or an arbor

or deck built—and then design flowerbeds

around the structures. The family’s

property is perfectly situated along

a park, so it seems much larger. “The

park is a beautiful backdrop to the garden,”

Mary says. “If there were houses

back there, it wouldn’t look the same

at all.” ➻

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6 A pot of geraniums adorned with Silver

Falls Dichondra sits in front of this arbor.

7 Black-Eyed Susan add colorful touches

of green and yellow to the privacy fence

along the side of the yard. 8 This Greek

terra cotta planter is filled with Burro’s

Tail and Echeveria succulents. 9 Spiral

Juniper and hanging pots overflowing with

Pink Dragon Wing Begonia flank the arbor

leading to the back yard. Beautiful autumn

clematis softens the look of the arbor.

10 Numerous perennials and annuals

including Black-Eyed Susan, Dragon Wing

Begonia, hosta and hydrangea surround

the arbor.


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Family affair

Michael didn’t necessarily see Mary’s vision for the garden when they first

moved into the home. “But now he appreciates it as much as I do, especially

when he sees how much everyone else enjoys it,” she says.

The couple recently had to kill off a large section of grass in their back

yard because it became infested with Poa Annua Grass. Poa Grass, often

referred to as annual bluegrass, is very difficult to control. “Poa Grass dies

out when it is hot, which leaves dead patches in your grass,” Mary explains.

“I always say, growing flowers is easy for me…but growing good grass gets

tricky.”

Through all of the ups and downs of building and growing and regrowing

this garden, Mary says Michael has stayed by her side. Through

watching and helping Mary over the years, her two sons have developed

green thumbs themselves. “My oldest son, Ryan, has a very beautiful garden

in Centerville,” Mary says. “It’s taught them so much about enjoying a

garden and working in it – on the weekends and at night. I personally think

all children should learn more about gardening.” ➻

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11 A frog sculpture from Austin Productions sits next to stepping-stones surrounded

by creeping Jenny. A Japanese maple and a Limelight hydrangea on

a standard add color and texture to the area. 12 A cat sculpture from Austin

Productions sits among petunias, coleus, Black-Eyed Susans and Silver Falls

Dichondra. 13 This flamingo topiary features a spider plant for the headdress

and hardy sedum foliage. 14 Begonia Escargot is the perfect shade plant, featuring

leaves with snail-like curling patterns. 15 A yoga frog statue is in deep meditation

perched on this quaint bench in the back yard.


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And while Mary’s summer garden has always meant the family

couldn’t go on vacation from spring through summer, she

wouldn’t trade it for anything. “I did every bit of this garden

myself, so it is very important to me that we stay in this house.

We also love the lot and the surrounding neighborhood,” Mary

explains. “Even when we wanted more space, we added an addition

instead of moving.”

The Higgins’ garden, like the fifth member of this nuclear

family, has a heartbeat that can be felt by the thousands of

people who have walked its paths and explored its nooks and

crannies for the last 31 years.

RESOURCES

Plant supplier and statuary Grandma’s Gardens; Annuals

Stockslager’s Greenhouse & Garden Center

16 This cozy bench tucked along the east side of the front yard

features two pedestal urns filled with Crimson Parasol Mandevilla,

Silver Falls Dichondra and Sky Blue petunia. A pot of Dragon Wing

Pink Begonias hangs on the fence nearby. 17 Planters filled with different

varieties of agave, including the blue agave seen here next to

the bench, are positioned around the deck. 18 Clematis almost completely

covers the arbor leading out to the front yard. 19 The inviting

deck offers the perfect perch to take in the surrounding flowerbeds.

Gables were placed on the back of the house for clematis vines to

grow up onto the lattice. 20 Alice DuPont Mandevilla, a shrimp plant

on a standard and an Oleander tree add height to the back, while

petunias and million bells add color to the front.

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Editor’s Note:

This isn’t the first time we’ve taken a tour

of Mary’s garden. Housetrends featured her

home back in 2006. To see how the garden

looked at that time, go to housetrends.com

and search: Infinite details

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These culinary spaces

scattered throughout

Dayton serve up

good style

BY CHRISTINA KLEINER

Waterfall countertops, floating shelves, and colorful cabinetry—these

are just a few of today’s top kitchen design trends.

Lucky for us, homeowners in the Greater Miami Valley are

incorporating these ideas into their own kitchens—and offering

Housetrends a peek inside. Here are five kitchens that are really

hitting the mark. ➻

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Modern Craftsman masterpiece in Bellbrook

Sometimes taking a risk pays huge

dividends—and this new home in

Bellbrook proves that taking chances

can lead to impressive results. The

home, built by RM Clemens Company,

successfully merges classic Craftsman

architecture with today’s modern amenities

to create a truly one-of-a-kind

abode. The eye-catching kitchen serves

as the heart of the home, offering white

painted base cabinets that establish the

Craftsman feel. Open shelving, walnut

cabinetry, and frosted glass-front doors

on the upper cabinets bring in the modern

touches.

The decision to include Asian walnut

hardwood as the flooring paid off as

well. The warmth of the wood brings

softness to the sleek stainless steel

appliances and gray backsplash. Other

unique elements—such as the glass

pendant lights, the cabinet hardware,

and the waterfall countertop on the

island—help to complete the look of

the modern Craftsman kitchen.

1 Asian walnut flooring and walnut cabinetry

establish the Craftsman look in the

kitchen.

2 Black Mist granite was used on the

perimeter cabinets and island, which

also features a double waterfall countertop—creating

a modern focal point in

the kitchen.

RESOURCES

Contractor RM Clemens Company; Cabinetry High Point Cabinets; Countertops

and sink Black Mist, Distinctive Marble & Granite; Backsplash Florida Tile; Faucet

Moen; Hardware Top Knobs; Appliances Appliance Loft; Lighting Factory Lighting;

Painting Moises Painting; Flooring Asian Walnut, Flooring America; Windows Pella;

Doors WHI

Photo by FullFrame Studios

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Entertaining haven in Beavercreek

When homeowners think about updating

their kitchens, they often include

the phrase “open-concept floor plan” on

their renovation list. Such was the case

with the owners of this Beavercreek

home when they embarked on their

kitchen remodel. Rather than opening

up the kitchen to an interior room,

the family wanted their new cooking

space to face the large outdoor living

area, which includes a pool, hot tub and

pizza oven.

The owners hired James M. Zengel,

owner of Zengel Group, to help them

create the perfect entertaining kitchen.

Thanks to the new large island boasting

a four-foot Galley sink that can be

used as a serving station, the homeowners

are now able to cook in their

kitchen while interacting with guests,

both inside and outside. A beverage

sink and wine cooler were placed at

the far wall of the kitchen, allowing

guests to grab a drink and not interfere

with the cooks. The beautiful Azurite

granite used for the countertops and

backsplash complements the natural

hues in the slate flooring. An additional

skylight was also added to the space,

allowing for even more natural light to

flood into the kitchen. ➻

3 The kitchen overlooks the outdoor living

area located directly behind the home.

4 The oversized island offers plenty of

seating for guests, as well as food preparation

space.

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RESOURCES

Contractor James M. Zengel, Zengel

Group; Kitchen designer Paul Kemna,

Requarth Company; Cabinetry

Greenfield Cabinetry, supplied by

Requarth Company; Countertops and

backsplash Azurite granite, Dark Star

Marble & Granite; Sink Galley; Faucet

Vigo; Lighting Kichler, Factory Lighting;

Painting Sherwin-Williams Ginger Root;

Painter Jeff Taylor Painting;

Flooring Bob Madden Carpet & Tile;

Windows and doors Pella;

Skylights Velux, Requarth Company


Remodeling dream in Centerville

While most home renovations develop

out of necessity, sometimes an unforeseen

circumstance leads to the unexpected.

The owners of this Centerville

home were forced to remodel after a

water pipe broke, flooding their kitchen.

Rather than keeping the original

floor plan, the homeowners took the

opportunity to expand their cooking

and eating area. They hired Remodeling

Designs to help reconfigure the entire

space. The renovation included removing

a wall between the old kitchen and

sunroom, making way for one large and

open space.

Combining the ceiling lines was a

big challenge during the renovation.

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BEFORE

Editor’s Note:

This kitchen

overall look. ➻

The original kitchen had wood

beams in the ceiling, while the

sunroom had a sloped ceiling

with a skylight. By expanding the

new white cabinetry along the back

wall, the homeowners were able to successfully

merge the two different ceiling

lines to create one cohesive design.

To offset the white cabinetry, the

homeowners opted for a large island

with a gray painted cabinet base.

Elegant Torquay quartz from Cambria,

mimicking the look of marble, was used

for the countertops, while a clean white

subway tile backsplash finishes off the

won the 2018

Miami Valley NARI CotY

award for Residential

Kitchen $60,000-

$100,000.

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5 A wall separating the original kitchen

and an old sunroom was removed

to make way for the open-concept

eat-in cooking area.

6 This cozy sitting area sits at

the end of the kitchen, offering

a beautiful view of the wooded

lot surrounding the home.

RESOURCES

Contractor Remodeling Designs;

Interior designer Beth A. Spegal;

Cabinetry Omega Dynasty;

Countertops Torquay Cambria quartz;

Backsplash 3x6-inch Subway tile;

Sink Blanco Anthracite

BEFORE

Photos this spread by Daniel Feldkamp

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Rustic style in Spring Valley

Capturing the beauty of the great

outdoors was the main objective for

the owners of this home in Spring

Valley. The house resides in a rural area,

tucked into a partially wooded setting.

In order to recreate that peaceful, rustic

atmosphere in the kitchen, the owners

opted to incorporate an enticing mixture

of natural materials. They enlisted

the help of Albrecht Wood Interiors to

bring their vision to life. Wood beams

reclaimed from a 100 year-old barn

were installed overhead, drawing eyes

up to the vaulted ceiling. Knotty alder

cabinetry and an antiqued copper range

hood help to create the authentic rustic

aesthetic. Stone accents around the

island base and arching over the range

hood and doorway complete the oneof-a-kind

design.

Photos this page by Bob Winner/Winner Photography

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BEFORE

RESOURCES Contractor and kitchen designer Albrecht

Wood Interiors; Countertops Modlich Stoneworks; Backsplash and

flooring Bob Madden Carpet & Tile; Appliances Ferguson; Hardware

Amerock; Painting Sherwin-Williams; Painter Koogler Painting; Window

treatments Blind Works; Faux finish Linda Krukenberg, Bel Finito

7 The beautiful knotty alder cabinetry perfectly complements

the wood ceiling, which also includes handhewn

barn beams.

8 The adjoining breakfast area includes the same stone

accent and ceiling treatment as the kitchen, allowing

the two spaces to blend together.

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Photos this page by Dawn M. Smith

Oakwood kitchen embraces color

Dianne Fogel decided to embrace color

when she set out to remodel the kitchen

in her Oakwood home last year. “I

wanted something other than wood

and I’ve always liked the watered down

pale blue hue of aqua,” says Dianne.

She enlisted Vicki Waker, owner of

Cabinet Creations Design Gallery, to

help renovate her kitchen. “Vicki was

excited that I wanted to do something

out of the ordinary,” she adds.

The kitchen successfully combines

its charming French country design

with today’s modern amenities. The

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space incorporates crisp white countertops

and backsplashes, as well as a

mural focal point behind the range that

brings out the blue hues of the cabinetry.

Dianne’s dishes are displayed on

elegant open shelves held up by beautiful

corbels. “I collect dishes. I have a

weakness for them,” she says. “I wanted

them at hand rather than in the back of

a cabinet.”

In addition to the open shelving, the

quaint kitchen is packed full of storage

space. The corners include full access

cabinetry to maximize storage, the cabinet

above the refrigerator is full depth

to hold large platters, and large pot and

pan drawers were included for ease of

use. Waker even left an existing laundry

chute in the kitchen by disguising

it inside a base cabinet. “Not only is the

kitchen beautiful, it is so functional,”

says Dianne. “I couldn’t be happier.”

9 Six open shelves held up by painted

corbels are positioned around the

kitchen, offering plenty of storage

space for dishes.

10 The perimeter cabinets are painted

Sherwin-Williams Swimming, while the

range hood and large hutch with glassfront

doors feature a smoky blue hue.

RESOURCES

Kitchen designer Vicki Waker, Cabinet

Creations Design Gallery; Contractor

A-Reliable Services; Cabinetry Provines

Custom Cabinetry, supplied by Cabinet

Creations Design Gallery; Countertops

Frost White quartz, Dark Star Marble &

Granite; Backsplash Walker Zanger,

supplied by Cabinet Creations Design

Gallery; Sink Blanco; Faucets Delta;

Hardware Top Knobs, supplied by

Cabinet Creations Design Gallery

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BLUSHING

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BY KAREN BRADNER

It’s not just brides and their attendants

who are wearing blush this year. This

warm pink is also marching down the aisle

in our homes—finding its place on our walls,

floors and furnishings. Declared by designers as a

new neutral, this soft, romantic shade of pink adds a

kiss of freshness to just about any room in your home.

✦ Thinking about committing to this hue? Take a peek at

some of these appealing picks in our blush bouquet. ➻

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1 An occasional chair covered in rose fabric would feel

perfectly at home in a formal living room, bedroom, or

entry. Annalise from thibautdesign.com

2 A blend of blush, burnt orange and vermilion work

together to create a warm reception in this wool area

rug. Alchemy collection from abchome.com

3 Patterns inspired by nature, such as the composition in

this geode artwork are just about as hot a trend as blush

is right now. This is the perfect pairing! From pier1.com

4 A distressed metallic print gives a finely woven appearance

to this understated wallcovering. Sefina in Wild

Rose from romo.com

5 Six upholstered layers in tones of purple and pink

make up the mid-century modern shape of this stool,

with a design inspired by the graceful moves of dancer

and actress Cyd Charisse. Charisse Stool from

uber-interiors.com

6 Walls painted in Benjamin Moore’s Pleasant Pink

2094-60, add a soft background to the black, gray and

white furnishings in this bedroom. The bathroom is

painted with Texas Rose. ➻



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Blush is the perfect color

for a relaxing lounge space.

—Sue Wadden, Director of Color Marketing,

Sherwin-Williams

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7 This lounge chair, originally designed in 1959 by

Arne Jacobsen for the SAS Royal Hotel in Copenhagen,

has been reintroduced thanks to its modern, timeless

appeal.

8 A perfect marriage of pink is seen in this bedroom

with its pink dresser and Benjamin Moore’s Proposal

AF-260 on the walls.

9 Sherwin-Williams Blushing SW 6617 is a great peachpink

color to accent vintage furniture and natural wood.

10 An upholstered headboard in blush is the perfect

backdrop for reading, lounging or dreaming. Lucy

Queen Bed from crlaine.com

11 A metallic gold floral on a blush background brings

the classic feel of floral woodcuts into a modern scale

with a touch of vintage glamour. Oh Joy! for Hygge and

West Petal Pusher Wallpaper from ohjoy.com

12 This pouf designed by Danish designer Cecilie Manz

performs well as occasional seating while adding a pop

of color. Sakura Pouf from fritzhansen.com

13 The peony version of the lingerie chest is inspired by

a 1970s reverse-painted glass antique found at the Paris

flea market. Arden from curreycodealers.com

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