Bedroom

ALL FOR THE LAKE // MARCH 2017
GATHERING PLACE // FEBRUARY 2019
A TALE OF TWO HOUSES // SEPTEMBER 2017
OLD FRIENDS, NEW DESIGN // FEBRUARY 2017
TWENTY-FIRST-CENTURY SALTWATER FARMHOUSE // MAY 2018
FAMILY CONNECTION // NOVEMBER 2018

“Bedrooms have become a sanctuary for us as our day-to-day lives have become so full and frantic. With great design, and soft goods such as custom bedding, pillows, and window treatments, we aim to tailor spaces with our clients that welcome you like a hug at the end of a long day.”—Lisa Morris, Centerline Design & Build

ALL FOR THE LAKE // MARCH 2017
In a lake house renovated by architect Russ Tyson of Whitten Architects, a
second-floor landing is also a bunk room with two sleeping berths fitted under
the roof’s eave. Built-in ash drawers provide storage and keep the space
open, and an Angela Adams rug echoes the landscape outside the windows.
ARCHITECT: Whitten Architects
BUILDER: Douston Construction
INTERIOR DESIGNER: Green Gables Designs
PHOTOGRAPHY: Jonathan Reece
STYLING: Krista Stokes

GATHERING PLACE // FEBRUARY 2019
Designer Nicola Manganello’s Yarmouth home is filled with pastels: light pink
and baby blue, soft yellow and creamy beige. “I don’t believe in matching,”
she says, a sentiment that is evident in her daughter’s bedroom, which also
shows Manganello’s penchant for color harmony and playing with textures.
INTERIOR DESIGNER: Nicola’s Home
ORIGINAL ARCHITECT: John Calvin Stevens
PHOTOGRAPHY: Jonathan Reece

A TALE OF TWO HOUSES // SEPTEMBER 2017
Interior designer Louise Hurlbutt of Hurlbutt Designs chose light and restful
colors for the owners’ bedroom of a new house in Old Orchard Beach. The
chairs swivel to face the room or the ocean.
ARCHITECT: Kennebunk River Architects
BUILDER: Douston Construction
INTERIOR DESIGNER: Hurlbutt Designs
PHOTOGRAPHY: Jeff Roberts

OLD FRIENDS, NEW DESIGN // FEBRUARY 2017
The homeowners’ bedroom in this renovated John Calvin Stevens carriage
house receives bright sunlight during the day, so Brett Johnson of Maine
Street Design Company installed a continuous rod that allows curtains to
wrap the room.
INTERIOR DESIGNER: Maine Street Design Company
PHOTOGRAPHY: François Gagné

A TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY SALTWATER FARMHOUSE // MAY 2018
In a Kennebunkport beach house, the owners’ bed is inset due to a challenge
in creating the bathroom on the other side of the wall. Designer Lisa Teague
turned the quirk into an asset, highlighting the wall with grasscloth, and
hanging pendant lamps to avoid cluttering the nightstands.
ARCHITECT: Brian Beaudette Architect
BUILDER: Bowley Builders
INTERIOR DESIGNER: Lisa Teague Studios
PHOTOGRAPHY: Irvin Serrano
STYLING: Krista Stokes

FAMILY CONNECTION // NOVEMBER 2018
A first-floor owners’ suite in Cape Elizabeth includes a three-season porch and
striking millwork by builder Russ Doucette.
BUILDER: Russ Doucette Custom Home Builders
INTERIOR DESIGNER: Huffard House
PHOTOGRAPHY: John Benford

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