Swede Hill House sits perched atop a rise in Block Hill, Rhode Island. The home was designed by Aquidneck Properties and Estes Twombly Architects. Its design is inspired by traditional New England farmhouse architecture, but implements modern design and build principles making it eligible for Gold-level LEED for home certification.
Casa Design was honored to help with the interior design and several of the furnishings are from our Boston showroom. The home features expansive windows along virtually every wall, creating a natural transition between the interior and exterior of the home. Natural light, wood floors, ceilings and exposed beams complement the gorgeous wooded views. As such, we chose pieces that continued this natural motif.
The open living area features tables designed by RIVA 1920. Their Legno Vivo small tables are made from cedar and available in varying heights and circumferences. They can be used as end tables or stools and blend seamlessly with the Eco coffee table. For the kitchen’s raised bar chairs, we continued the natural wood theme with the Morph Bar by Zeitraum. Both designers use woods harvested from sustainable forests.
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