This great room's functionality makes a strong impression, saying simple themes dominate a symbiotic relationship with the outdoors, symmetrical lines and balance. Designer Linda Woodrum emphasizes that beyond the gorgeous simplicity are many \"visual vignettes that are almost like being underwater. \"It's like a painting your eyes want to keep traveling ... they don't want to stop,\" she says.
Dressers don't just belong in the bedroom they are a great way to add extra storage to any room. The dining area is framed by twin dressers. The breathtaking views of the bay are visible from here, as well as the lush growth that greets visitors at the front of the house.
The dining table is adorned with imported French candlesticks that are reportedly 200 years old and add a light, whimsical feel to the room.
Randy, like Linda, embraces the sense of both security and drama that the room exudes. \"I can imagine the house at night, before a thunderstorm... going through the actions of closing the room up, then sitting down in front of the windows and watching the lightning play out across the bay,\" he says.