Architectural Digest featured the three-bedroom, 2,400-square-foot home of a young family in what is described as a former lantern factory, so it’s not to hard to infer the building. The family enlisted designer Ashley Darryl, “who has a knack for infusing contemporary spaces with understated warmth and worked with New York architectural firm Opus and contractors Best and Company. ‘They did a great job designing separation between spaces in the main living room,’ she says, noting that the architects created a half-wall with bench seating to delineate the foyer and the dining area, but also to offer a place to unload upon entering or to put on shoes before heading out the door.”
Darryl says the style is “modern rustic,” or “modern in the lines and rustic in the materials,” with a neutral palette at the owners’ insistence. At least one local business was used for sourcing: The dining room chairs are by Uhuru.