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West Indies Inspired Home Brings Touch of Royalty to Raleigh
See how Pella windows add luxury to this contemporary home.
Located on Royal Amber Way in Raleigh, North Carolina, this beautiful contemporary home is fit for royalty with its fairy-tale-esque exterior. When we heard the team at Raleigh Custom Homes planned to use Pella windows in this new build, we jumped at the opportunity to feature it here to inspire you in your pursuit of perfectly beautiful home design. Join us as we take a tour of some of the home’s finest spaces.
Just beyond the front door, an open concept, West Indies inspired living space offers an inviting place to mingle, dine and relax. Notice how the home’s warm lighting complements the cool natural light brought in by expansive patio doors and windows.
Dark cabinetry, furniture and fixtures add contrast to a white rug and bright white window and door trim. Three staggered pendant lights about the island also create movement and add a unique visual element to the kitchen.
In the kitchen and dining area, a flat bow window illuminates a rustic tablescape while under cabinet lighting, a Wolf oven and SubZero appliances makes dinner and dessert prep a breeze.
Pella Architect Series bow windows offer you virtually unlimited design choices – including your choice of Mahogany, Douglas Fir or Pine interiors. Custom angles and sizes are available. Contact a sales representative to learn more about custom bow window solutions.
The transition from upstairs to downstairs is an architectural focal point of the home, as it features six fixed windows and an industrial contemporary steel staircase.
Wainscoting under the windows and traditional window grilles add another regal touch to this already stunning design. Down the hall, a concealed mudroom and scullery provide spaces for cleaning separate from the rest of the home.
While there are so many other beautiful rooms we could show you in this house, the last room we want to share is our favorite space: the master bathroom.
An area of the home that is typically bereft of windows and ample natural light, the teams at Frazier Home Design and Raleigh Custom Homes put not one, not two, but three windows in this space. Obscure glass on the top two windows keeps passersby from peeking in while bringing in plenty of light to make the bathroom feel fresh and inviting.
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