February ABODE: On stands now!

Photo: Virginia Hamrick Photo: Virginia Hamrick

This month’s issue of Abode is available now. Here’s what you’ll find inside:

This month’s featured home:

Photo: Virginia Hamrick
Photo: Virginia Hamrick

Brand new tradition

As Robin and Craig Ellis moved into the empty-nest phase of their lives, they sought to change the raw materials of their seven-acre Keswick property into something new, opting to construct an homage to the Greek Revival style they’d long admired.

Details like white subway tile backsplash complement granite countertops in a leathered finish, which stays cleaner-looking than polished granite—a big concern with a 2-year-old in the house—and stainless steel appliances (and pendant lights above the island) mix with pewter cabinet hardware.
Photo: Stephen Barling

White and warm

Their new spec house from Bramante Homes didn’t give homeowner Kristen Kaylor and her family much leeway when it came to the kitchen design. Luckily, Amy Hart of Albemarle Cabinet Co. had created a space with broad appeal—”not too vanilla,” she says.

 

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