A miniature replica of HGTV Dream Home 2011, 3-foot-high by 3-foot-wide Doggie Dream Home, constructed by carpenter David Brown, features space for two small dogs. Padding is upholstered in the same houndstooth fabric as wingback chairs.
A highboy dresser, inspired by 18th-century antiques, features fan carving, cabriole legs and antiqued brass-finished pulls. Natural grass baskets offer additional storage above and below the furnishing.
The dresser is flanked by acrylic paint and sumi ink paintings on paper by artist Lois Eby. "We needed to shake it up a little bit," says interior designer Linda Woodrum of her decision to select modern artwork.
A door from the master suite leads to a private balcony, where one can enjoy a morning cup of coffee or sunset cocktail.
Demilune tables that flank the entrance to the master bathroom provide additional storage space. Mirrored cabinets conceal jewelry, perfume and a flat-panel TV. "I didn't want the first visual to be the television," says interior designer Linda Woodrum of her decision to tuck the TV away. "I didn't want to rob people of the amazing visual experience as they enter the room."
Lined, 17-foot-long curtains, fashioned from men's-wear fabric, mark the entrance to the master bathroom, originally closed off with sliding panel doors. "Everything dramatic needs a stage," says interior designer Linda Woodrum.