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GREATER MIAMI VALLEY<br />

IDEA<br />

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ISSUE!<br />

DECKED FOR THE HOLIDAYS<br />

BRIGHT IDEAS FROM FALL HOME SHOW | BRINGING HOME THE FUN | REMODELERS KEEPING BUSY IN <strong>2020</strong><br />

HOLIDAY <strong>2020</strong> | HOUSETRENDS.COM<br />

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- Lawrence Yun, Chief Economist, National Association of Realtors<br />

“Homeowners’ balance sheets continue to be bolstered by home price appreciation,<br />

which in turn mitigated foreclosure pressures…Although the exact contours of the<br />

economic recovery remain uncertain, we expect current equity gains, fueled by strong<br />

demand for available homes, will continue to support homeowners in the near term.”<br />

- Frank Martell, President and CEO, CoreLogic<br />

“Zillow’s predictions for seasonally adjusted home prices and pending sales are more<br />

optimistic than previous forecasts because sales and prices have stayed strong<br />

through the summer months amid increasingly short inventory and high demand. The<br />

pandemic also pushed the buying season further back in the year, adding to recent<br />

sales. Future sources of uncertainty including lapsed fiscal relief, the long-term fate of<br />

policies supporting the rental and mortgage market, and virus-specific factors, were<br />

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CONTENTS<br />

HOLIDAY <strong>2020</strong><br />

GREATER MIAMI VALLEY<br />

30<br />

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12<br />

GREATER MIAMI VALLEY<br />

42<br />

51<br />

19<br />

REMODELING<br />

19 PLACING EMPHASIS ON<br />

OUR SHELTER<br />

Remodelers share their project<br />

requests during this stay-at-home<br />

season<br />

42 BRINGING THE<br />

FUN HOME<br />

Families find creative ways to<br />

spend time together at home<br />

INTERIOR DESIGN<br />

30 SERIOUS ABOUT<br />

CELEBRATING<br />

Wall treatments and holiday<br />

flourishes create a festive mood<br />

in historic home<br />

NEW HOME<br />

51 BRIGHT IDEAS WE<br />

WANT TO SHARE<br />

In a different type of year, this<br />

fall’s HOMEARAMA ® rose to the<br />

occasion for inspiration<br />

DEPARTMENTS<br />

12 FRESH FINDS<br />

Great home design discoveries<br />

we just had to share<br />

ON THE COVER<br />

An Abraham Lincoln nutcracker<br />

hangs on a Christmas tree in a<br />

Germantown home built in the<br />

1860s—in the era of his presidency.<br />

See more of the festive<br />

décor beginning on page 30.<br />

Photo by Daniel Feldkamp.<br />

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Remodelers share<br />

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requests during<br />

this stay-at-home<br />

season<br />

BY KAREN BRADNER<br />

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Nearly everyone is spending more<br />

time at home due to Covid-19, and<br />

there’s no doubt this shelter-inplace<br />

experience has resulted in the<br />

demand for home improvements.<br />

According to Pam Patter, executive director<br />

of National Association of Remodelers<br />

(NARI) of Central Ohio Chapter, members<br />

of that organization are seeing an increase<br />

in requests for home offices, decks, closet<br />

renovations and kitchen overhauls.<br />

“To say their phones are ringing off<br />

the hook is an absolute understatement,”<br />

Patter says. “Many of them are booked solid<br />

through the end of the year and into 2021.”<br />

That’s true, according to April Howe,<br />

Allied ASID, marketing coordinator at The<br />

Cleary Company who says, “We’re busy!<br />

We’ve had three months in a row of record<br />

setting inquiries. Our designers are scheduled<br />

out two to three months and our production<br />

schedule is out six to nine months.”<br />

“Covid has changed the pace in which we<br />

are able to work due to limiting workers on<br />

a job site,” says Bryce Jacob of J.S. Brown<br />

& Co. “Material delays have also impacted<br />

the efficiency in which we once started new<br />

projects.”<br />

With these issues in mind, we’ve asked<br />

several Columbus area remodelers about the<br />

requests they are getting and the work that<br />

they have been doing over the past several<br />

months. Here is what they had to tell us:<br />

We have been involved in<br />

furnishing several outdoor<br />

spaces since our clients<br />

are not traveling and are<br />

looking to these areas as<br />

a place for the family to<br />

relax and have fun.<br />

–Kim Pheiffer, KP Designs & Associates LLC<br />

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Let’s be honest—<br />

a good soak in the tub<br />

is the closest many<br />

of us are getting to a<br />

vacation these days.<br />

–Jamie Bratslavsky,<br />

Dave Fox Design | Build Remodelers<br />

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We added a covered<br />

front porch to a home for a<br />

family who wanted to visit<br />

with friends and extended<br />

family in an outdoor area<br />

where they could socially<br />

distance under cover.<br />

–Bryce Jacob, J.S. Brown & Co.<br />

We converted a 1908 basement to a<br />

lower level gathering space for a<br />

family, which includes a wine cellar,<br />

kitchenette, and movie room.<br />

– Dave Osmond, Dave Osmond Builders<br />

The kitchen remodels we<br />

are doing these days are<br />

not about creating a larger<br />

space, but rather using<br />

that space more efficiently.<br />

Including an entertainment<br />

space adjacent to the<br />

kitchen allows family and<br />

friends to gather, and provides<br />

a great space for eating,<br />

talking and playing.<br />

–Todd Schmidt, Renovations Unlimited<br />

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We’re getting a lot of<br />

requests for three and four<br />

season rooms and basement<br />

remodels. This particular<br />

project was an outdoor<br />

living space that includes an<br />

attached roof structure with<br />

a kitchenette and patio.<br />

–Wes Graham, Third Space Builders, LLC<br />

We took a small,<br />

closed-in kitchen and<br />

knocked down walls<br />

to open it into a large<br />

gathering space for<br />

the family.<br />

–Jared Mason, Owner,<br />

The Creative Kitchen<br />

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We have seen an<br />

increase in finished<br />

basement requests as<br />

homeowners seek to<br />

fully utilize the space<br />

within their homes."<br />

–Shannon Weigand, CMKBD, ASID,<br />

Eagle Specialty Remodeling<br />

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BEFORE<br />

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With this front porch addition, we removed a<br />

greenhouse our clients never used, relocated<br />

and expanded their front door, and built a<br />

lodge-style gabled porch on this country home.<br />

–George Cleary, CR, Owner, The Cleary Company<br />

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Serious About<br />

Celebrating<br />

Wall treatments and holiday flourishes<br />

create a festive mood in historic home<br />

BY LEE RHODES | Photos by Daniel Feldkamp<br />

The holidays traditionally represent a beacon of hope,<br />

and we need that in <strong>2020</strong> like never before. <strong>Holiday</strong> sales<br />

started early, holiday carols are flowing through stores and<br />

coffeehouses, and for many, holiday decorating will be<br />

particularly poignant this year.<br />

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But Germantown’s Bret (“Stoney”) and<br />

Vicki Stoneking have been capturing<br />

the magic of the season long before<br />

<strong>2020</strong>, and spreading joy in the process.<br />

Their picture-perfect approach to<br />

Christmas décor within their historic<br />

Eastlake Italianate home captures both<br />

the modern festivity of Christmas<br />

and the nostalgia of Christmases long<br />

past. Visitors and guests alike are<br />

enchanted.<br />

Built in the 1860s, the home was<br />

one of dozens that the Stonekings<br />

viewed online while house hunting.<br />

“There were all the reasons not to buy<br />

it,” Stoney recalls, yet the couple decided<br />

to take a tour, as Vicki had lived in<br />

a Victorian as a child. The rest is history.<br />

Self-described wanderers, they<br />

had never lived in any one place—or<br />

home—more than a year or so, but<br />

they’ve been in this home, and literally<br />

decking the halls of it, since 2006.<br />

It helps that the previous owners<br />

spent 33 years bringing the home<br />

up to a livable state. Still, Stoney<br />

says, “Like any old large thing, it gets<br />

your attention when it needs it.” The<br />

family had to deal with not only the<br />

draftiness of an old house but also the<br />

challenge of very dark spaces, as all of<br />

the windows have interior shutters.<br />

The couple prowled antique stores for<br />

vintage light fixtures, many featuring<br />

stained glass and crystal, including one<br />

with 3,000 crystals; they added mirrors<br />

to create reflective light throughout;<br />

and they brightened up many of<br />

the spaces with stunning wallpapers.<br />

1<br />

2<br />

1 Furnishings fit the home's circa<br />

1860s, Eastlake Italianate style. 2 The<br />

homeowners searched for light fixtures—including<br />

several vintage crystal<br />

fixtures—which would be appropriate<br />

for the age of their home. 3 An<br />

ornament honoring Lincoln, who was<br />

most likely president when the home<br />

was built, hangs on one of the many<br />

trees. 4 Themes and color schemes<br />

are carefully planned to coordinate<br />

with their given space.<br />

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3<br />

4<br />

Color climbs the walls<br />

Kevin O’Donnel of O’Donnel &<br />

Company, whom Stoney calls a true<br />

artist, tackled all of the wallpapers,<br />

often using design sheets that Stoney<br />

created in the Microsoft Paint program<br />

and engineering them throughout<br />

the home. “Engineering” is apropos<br />

because each room took at least a week<br />

to complete and each was like a jigsaw<br />

puzzle. Fortunately, Kevin loves his<br />

craft and didn’t mind that some rooms<br />

contain up to 15 different wallpapers.<br />

The wallpapers, all of which are<br />

handmade and silk-screened, transformed<br />

bland rooms into real-life<br />

vignettes that are rich in color. A stunning<br />

example of the craft is the Persian<br />

papers in the Men’s Parlor. Here, as<br />

in the stairwell ceilings, the deep blue<br />

sky is adorned with shining stars. But<br />

in this room, centered on the ceiling<br />

is paper that recalls an antique Tabriz<br />

rug. (“A flying carpet, if you will,” says<br />

Stoney). Kevin also cites the “flying<br />

carpet ceiling” in the men’s parlor as<br />

an example of both the effective use of<br />

color and the intricacy of the project:<br />

“It required me to expand and contract<br />

the wallpaper to make it appear not to<br />

have a starting or ending point around<br />

the border,” he explains. “This was<br />

done on all of the ceilings.” ➻<br />

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Not a cookie cutter affair<br />

Just as each wallpaper is unique, so too is the<br />

Christmas theme in each room. Also, the couple<br />

never decorates the house the same from<br />

year to year. And for Stoney, it’s personal. He<br />

was born the day after Christmas and thus has<br />

always had a passion for the holidays. “I tease<br />

my wife and say if a month ends in ‘ber,’ I start<br />

the Christmas season,” he says.<br />

The library is always nutcracker-themed<br />

and features some of the couple’s hundreds of<br />

nutcrackers, including a Phantom of the Opera<br />

nutcracker, Old King Cole nutcracker, and a<br />

10-foot nutcracker constructed by Stoney. He<br />

comprised it of industrial paper tubes, steel<br />

pipes and spray paint. This is not unusual; the<br />

couple handles all of the Christmas decorating<br />

and the home’s overall interior design themselves,<br />

relying on Vicki’s engineering skills and<br />

Stoney’s proficiency in carpentry and as an<br />

electrician. (The couple has four grown sons.<br />

And regarding their parents’ Christmas obsession?<br />

“They love it when they visit but don’t<br />

want to help,” Stoney says with a laugh.) The<br />

nutcracker tradition is based on the fact that<br />

Stoney’s mother began collecting them the<br />

day he was born, and the handcrafted one is<br />

fashioned in such a way that it’s easy to move,<br />

which was helpful when they loaned him out<br />

to a local school band that was performing the<br />

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5 The ladies’ parlor features the<br />

peacock tree and a collection of<br />

angels that sits on the intricate<br />

mantel. 6 O’Donnel points to the<br />

"Persian rug ceiling" in the men’s<br />

parlor to demonstrate the intricacy<br />

of his work in this home. 7 The<br />

side entrance is a great example<br />

of multiple wallpapers used in the<br />

same room. 8 The stars on the<br />

entry/stairs ceilings carry all the<br />

way to the third floor allowing for<br />

a grand sky-like feel.<br />

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Birds find their perch<br />

There is a pair of peacocks that roost<br />

in various locations from year to year.<br />

When the first peacock shipped, it<br />

arrived without a tail, and the store<br />

claimed to be out of them. So, the<br />

Stonekings bought peacock feathers<br />

and created a tail and, ultimately, a<br />

peacock tree. “We have received a lot<br />

of accolades over the years for the peacock<br />

tree,” Stoney says.<br />

In fact, there are 12-foot trees in<br />

every room, and interestingly, each<br />

room’s theme has an element that<br />

carries into other rooms: the Persian<br />

room has Persian nutcrackers. The<br />

angel room boasts angel nutcrackers.<br />

And there are Santa Clauses everywhere.<br />

It’s fitting, perhaps. Because yes,<br />

Virginia, there is a Santa Claus.<br />

Especially when you consider a historic<br />

home such as this, where there are<br />

trinkets that date back to the 1800s,<br />

while there are also modern conveniences<br />

such as radiant heat and Alexa.<br />

The home is at once historic and livable.<br />

And always aesthetically pleasing.<br />

“We can sit in our home theater<br />

looking out the windows to the<br />

Victorian mansion across the street<br />

and the field beyond that. And especially<br />

when it snows, it’s quite beautiful,”<br />

Stoney concludes.<br />

9 The peacock tree had accidental<br />

beginnings but grew to be a crowd<br />

favorite. 10 The library’s 10-foot nutcracker<br />

was built by the homeowner.<br />

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• A tremendous growth in outdoor entertainment with<br />

music and TVs.<br />

• Home theaters and larger, higher quality TVs for<br />

enjoyment of movies, concerts, and gaming as well.<br />

• Whole house music and wireless speakers that can<br />

be moved to the basement, garage, attic, patio or<br />

throughout the house.<br />

• Security improvements including various door<br />

stations with video, motion detection, two-way<br />

communication, recording of activity, cameras,<br />

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• Lighting options with automation to control mood<br />

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off. You can check or control all lighting using a smart<br />

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location.<br />

• Improved internet access in hard to reach places for<br />

remote home and school work.<br />

• Shades and blinds can be automated to work with<br />

time of day, hard to reach places, or in conjunction<br />

with specific functions like turning on a TV--when<br />

you’d want the shades down.<br />

• We have seen a big uptick in golf simulators where an<br />

enthusiast can play major courses in the comfort of<br />

their home. We even have a simulator that allows the<br />

whole family to get involved by also playing up to 13<br />

interactive experiences including soccer, baseball and<br />

football. A favorite is Zombie Dodgeball which is a<br />

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Home theater growth has accelerated with the closure of<br />

many movie theaters and the increase use of streaming.<br />

Media rooms can also double as a home theaters. Media<br />

rooms are not “dedicated” as one may think of when<br />

picturing a home theater but can still be setup with a large<br />

TV or movie screen/projector and a great sound system in<br />

a variety of layouts. Screens and projectors can be visible<br />

or they can retract into the ceiling or fixtures to be out of<br />

sight when not in use. The bottom line is a great in-home<br />

experience for watching movies, concerts, video games,<br />

sporting events and your favorite tv shows.<br />

3. What is the future for televisions?<br />

It’s all about smart TVs that are internet enabled with web<br />

access to streaming and can share information with other<br />

devices in the home. Over $200 million in smart TVs were<br />

sold in 2019. That number is expected to grow to $266<br />

million by 2025. The resolution continues to improve with<br />

4K as today’s standard but with explosive growth taking<br />

place in 8K as prices continue to decline especially in the<br />

larger sizes.<br />

4. How do you help clients manage the complexity<br />

associated with these systems?<br />

Although usability is simplified, there is a level of<br />

complexity behind the scenes making these electronic<br />

systems work. This is not unique to the things we do but<br />

is prevalent in so many things that impact our daily lives<br />

from automobiles, appliances, phones, and computers.<br />

Making sure things are always working can be a challenge<br />

so it places a lot of emphasis on designing and building<br />

the right system from the start to minimize issues that<br />

could occur later. We have system designers with decades<br />

of experience in doing this. Electronics being electronics,<br />

things can stop working. For many of our clients we have<br />

installed capabilities that allow us remote access to their<br />

devices to monitor and fix issues. With our automated<br />

monitoring software, we can often identify an issue and fix<br />

it before the homeowner even knows a problem existed.<br />

We even have a 24-hour-per-day, 365-day-per-year service<br />

option for those customers who want to talk with a service<br />

representative day or night. If an on-sight visit is required,<br />

we have a dedicated service department that will dispatch<br />

to the location and remedy the issue.<br />

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20 Years of Housetrends Showcase<br />

2011. Columbus.<br />

Waterproof treehouse<br />

in Bexley. Contractor:<br />

Renovations Unlimited.<br />

Architect: Gary Alexander.<br />

Go climb a tree<br />

It’s a bit of a challenge to travel these days, but we all crave getting out of<br />

the house for a bit of fresh air. Consider trading the big house for a smaller<br />

one out back, tucked away among the trees. Rigging up a pulley system to<br />

send snacks and drinks back and forth is a great way to revisit early social<br />

distancing practices.<br />

There’s no doubt that during these past few months, many of us have been passing our evenings and<br />

weekends binge watching Breaking Bad, Schitt’s Creek, Selling Sunset, The Walking Dead or even<br />

going back and revisiting The Office. But those of us who have grown tired of couch surfing have taken<br />

to finding creative ways to have fun in the safety of our homes. As Housetrends celebrates our 20th<br />

anniversary, during this year of <strong>2020</strong>, we thought we’d share some spaces that we’ve featured over<br />

the years that provide a bit of an at-home, family-fun getaway. »<br />

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Hone your craft<br />

Call it a man cave, she shed, whatever you want to call<br />

it, but it’s wonderful to have a space that’s set up and<br />

ready to go when it comes to your hobbies and pastimes.<br />

Woodworking, card making and gift wrapping, all go<br />

smoother when your tools and supplies are right where<br />

they need to be.<br />

2018. Columbus. Craft room in New Albany. Builder:<br />

Ghiloni Custom Builders. Photo by Daniel Feldkamp<br />

2011. Cincinnati. Artist studio in Montgomery. Contractor: Neal’s Design-<br />

Remodel, Interior design: Arbor Living. Photo by Robin Victor Goetz<br />

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Boost<br />

your inner<br />

book worm<br />

Avoid the nightly news and escape<br />

to your library and pick your favorite<br />

piece of fiction to take you away from<br />

it all. If you are not in the mood to<br />

read, but need to participate in a virtual<br />

call, these book-filled backdrops are<br />

about as classy a look as you can get<br />

for a Zoom or Teams backdrop. »<br />

2014. Cincinnati.<br />

Library in Northern Kentucky.<br />

Builder: Toebben Builders.<br />

Interior design: Henry Vittetoe.<br />

Photo by Robin Victor Goetz<br />

Photos by Daniel Feldkamp<br />

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Bring<br />

the game<br />

home<br />

If your favorite sports team<br />

has gone virtual, you can get<br />

up-close coverage in your<br />

team-themed room dedicated<br />

for viewing the big games.<br />

While you still may be in front<br />

of a TV—or several TVs for<br />

that matter—you’re still moving<br />

a bit when you yell at the<br />

screen or get up for a cold<br />

beverage.<br />

2013. Cincinnati. Family room turned sports bar.<br />

Woodworking: Transformations Custom Wood Design. Photo by Robin Victor Goetz<br />

have<br />

a ball<br />

While you need a considerable<br />

amount of room for a basketball<br />

court or bowling alley, there are<br />

modified versions of both that<br />

might work for your space. If not,<br />

a good old-fashioned hoop bolted<br />

above your garage door, a cornhole<br />

set or bocce balls will get your<br />

heart rate up just about as well.<br />

2009. <strong>Dayton</strong>. Brunswick bowling alley. Photo by Daniel Feldkamp<br />

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2009. Columbus. OSU-themed room. Designer: Bella Casa;<br />

Contractor: Cornerstone Construction and Remodeling. Photo by Daniel Feldkamp<br />

Create your own soundtrack<br />

If you happen to have a musician, or wanna-be musician in your family, now is a great time to dedicate a space to<br />

hone that skill. Whether it’s an elegant grand piano in a first-floor music room or a sound-insulated studio tucked<br />

away in a basement, it’s great to have a set-up ready to go when you are up for practicing or performing. »<br />

2008. Cincinnati. Music room in HOMEARAMA ® . Builder: Spencer Hill Estate Homes;<br />

Interior design: June Surber & Associates. Photo by Robin Victor Goetz<br />

2014. Columbus. Baby grand in<br />

German Village. Photo by Daniel Feldkamp<br />

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cue up and Get on board<br />

It’s a great time to chalk your pool stick, dust off the Scrabble set, count your cards or take the time to read the instructions<br />

for a new board game. If you are a glutton for punishment, there’s actually a game called Pandemic where “skilled members of<br />

disease fighting team work together to keep the world safe from outbreaks and epidemics.” Good luck with that.<br />

2012. <strong>Dayton</strong>.<br />

Game room during<br />

holidays. Interior design:<br />

Library of Design<br />

Photo by Daniel Feldkamp<br />

2012. <strong>Dayton</strong>. Outdoor chess board in Springfield. Hardscapes:<br />

Custom Outdoor Structures. Photo by Daniel Feldkamp<br />

2008. Cincinnati. Game room in HOMEARAMA ® . Interior<br />

design: Nancy Paul and Julie Bell. Furnishings: Walton’s Games.<br />

Staircase: Cincinnati Stair. Builder: Kurlemann Custom Building<br />

Group. Photo by Robin Victor Goetz<br />

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BRIGHTideဂ Give yourself breathing room<br />

All of the homes took full advantage of the views off the rear-facing rooms of all three floors. In<br />

most of the homes, glass walls or screens disappeared into recesses in the walls allowing for a<br />

spectacular panoramic view. Gathering areas grew considerably when these walls of windows were<br />

opened up for an easy flow between interior and exterior spaces. All of the homes reserved a major<br />

portion of their top floors for entertaining with indoor bars, outdoor lounging and dining areas. In<br />

The Conductor by Redknot Homes, windows fold away to open up service for two guests who may<br />

choose to belly up to the bar. ➻<br />

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2<br />

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3<br />

(Page 51) An exposed bulb light fixture hangs in the stairwell of Bella Vista by Sterling Home. 1 Glass panels recess into the<br />

walls to open up the flow to this inviting screened porch in The Berkley by Sterling Homes. 2 Windows above the wet bar<br />

open to serve guests sitting on the terrace in The Conductor by Redknot Homes. Windows: Pella Window & Door 3 The<br />

view of the river and skyline draws guests to the rooftop in The Millard Fillmore by Wieland Builders. 4 Artificial turf provides<br />

an opportunity for outdoor games in The Silverthorne by JNB Custom Homes. 5 A retractable screen opens between a covered<br />

outdoor living area and a deck on the first floor of Bella Vista from Sterling Homes. Photos this spread by Greg Grupenhof<br />

4 5<br />

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1<br />

BRIGHTideဂ<br />

Ditch the traditional dining room<br />

Without interior walls separating them from the kitchen and great<br />

room areas, dining spaces held center stage allowing diners to feel<br />

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Show attendee Robbin Holliday commented that she loved how family<br />

dining was just steps away from the stove, adding that “Dinners could<br />

be casual or formal depending on how you set the table.” ➻<br />

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2<br />

3<br />

1 Furnishings add to the vintage style that was found throughout<br />

The Royal Blue by Redknot Homes. Table and chairs:<br />

Everything But The House. Cabinetry: Western Custom<br />

Cabinetry. 2 The open kitchen and dining space continue to<br />

the veranda, which opens via recessing glass panels, in The<br />

Berkley by Sterling Homes. Flooring: McSwain Carpets &<br />

Floors. 3 Understated furnishings allowed rich architectural<br />

details to shine in The Millard Fillmore by Wieland Builders.<br />

Interior design: KShiels Interiors. Photos this spread by Greg<br />

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1<br />

BRIGHTideဂ Go with the glow<br />

Each year, light fixtures are eye-catching standouts at the show and this year<br />

was definitely no exception. All of the homes added statements of their<br />

own with carefully selected light pendants, chandeliers and sconces. In The<br />

Silverthorne, by JNB Custom Homes a “wall of light,” a fixture drops gracefully<br />

alongside the three-story staircase and was hand-made in the Ukraine.<br />

“The inspiration for this piece was to connect the three floors with a unified<br />

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Menninger. ➻<br />

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1 A dramatic light fixture in the entry invites guests into The Conductor by Redknot Homes. Flower containers:<br />

Renaissance Garden Accents. Photo by Connie Kimsey 2 Bold, contemporary light fixtures loft added drama to the kitchen<br />

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add a transitional touch over the kitchen island in The Berkley from Sterling Homes. Flooring: McSwain Carpets & Floors.<br />

Photo by Greg Grupenhof<br />

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A “wall of light” adds contemporary<br />

flair in The Silverthorne by JNB<br />

Custom Homes. Design: RM Interiors.<br />

Staircase: Cincinnati Stair & Handrail.<br />

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A staircase winds dramatically through four floors in The Millard Fillmore by Wieland Builders. Photo by Greg Grupenhof<br />

BRIGHTideဂ Let stairs make a statement<br />

Inside each of the homes, elegant staircases led visitors graciously between floors. An unexpected twist: in about half of the<br />

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WEST KETTERING MID-CENTURY MODERN<br />

Situated on top of a picturesque, heavily wooded 1.2 acre lot in the heart of Kettering. This Mid Century beauty<br />

offers 4 bedrooms, 3 full baths and a full finished walk out lower level. Enjoy cooking in this updated Chef’s Kitchen<br />

equipped with top of the line Viking Appliances, updated cabinetry & counter tops. Beautiful hardwood floors, neutral<br />

decor and many updates in the past few year. This home is conveniently located to local hospitals, Downtown<br />

<strong>Dayton</strong>, WPAFB, restaurants and interstate. Call Billie for full details on this beautiful home.<br />

WEST KETTERING - OVER 5,000 SQUARE FEET<br />

Tucked away on a secluded cul de sac, this stately home offers 4 bedrooms, 4.2 baths and a full finished lower level.<br />

Soaring ceilings in the great room with a two-sided fireplace, formal dining, family room and eat in kitchen.<br />

Neutral decor and flooring throughout to include hardwood floors. This heavily wooded lot is just minutes to<br />

local hospitals, Downtown <strong>Dayton</strong>, WPAFB, restaurants and interstate. Offered at $425,000<br />

WASHINGTON TWP - WATERBURY WOODS<br />

Beautiful home situated on a half-acre lot at the end of a cul de sac. Enjoy your morning coffee on the screened in porch<br />

overlooking a private backyard with many mature trees. This lovely home offers 4,000 square feet of luxury living to include<br />

4 bedrooms, 3.1 baths.Updated kitchen, hardwood floors, full finished lower level, 3 gas fireplaces, a hug family room opening<br />

to the kitchen, great for entertaining plus a 3 car garage.Offered at $535,000 Call Billie today for details at 937 623-7814<br />

SOLD FOR<br />

$1,060,000<br />

CLEARCREEK TWP/SPRINGBORO - SITUATED ON 3 ACRES OF LUXURY LIVING<br />

This Exquisite Estate boasts 7,800 square feet of luxury living. Situated on 3 heavily wooded acres on a cul-de-sac with room<br />

for a pool. Custom Built in 2014 by Homes By Sims (HBS). Shows like a model, 6 bedrooms, 4.1 baths, a full finished walk<br />

out lower level and a 4 car side entry garage. Conveniently located between <strong>Dayton</strong> & Cincinnati, Springboro’s Award Winning<br />

School District. All the luxuries and amenities one would expect. Call Billie for full details about this home.<br />

Billie Duncan-Hart - Associate Partner<br />

<strong>Dayton</strong> Realtors Treasurer <strong>2020</strong> Realtor of the Year 2018<br />

c. 937.623.7814 | bdhart@coldwellbanker.com<br />

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