Stonington Meadow House, Stonington, CT
Architect, Maryann Thompson
Set on 400 acres in Stonington, CT this newly constructed home required extensive built-in case goods and millwork. We were directly involved with the construction process to allowing for a flawless and precise installation. All custom pieces were made of walnut with the exception of the two home offices made of highly figured maple.
Case goods included;
Mudroom: floating shelves, entry bench, two season closet system with sliding doors, and 5’ x 10’ veneer wall.
Kitchen: floor to ceiling kitchen cabinets, center island, built-in bar with fold away corner along with low voltage lighting and backed with a mirror. Hideaway office with retracting doors, built in technology center, desk, and floating shelf. Also, a 42” round table with a Corian top and aluminum base.
Entrance: 10’ x 12’ long walnut pocket doors providing a separation between the glass exterior walls and the indoor living space.
Living room: 12’ x 16’ built-in entertainment center with a vertical sliding panel opening on a cable system. Home for a flat screen television, floating shelves, and a counter made of stainless steel dyed black.
Library: 360 linear feet of floating shelves.
Staircase: Solid walnut stair treads mitered on all the joints to appear as one seamless structure. 6’ x 6’ tabletop landing.
Bathrooms: Floating wall vanities, sliding doors, tub surrounds. Master bathrooms include veneer walls with built-in medicine cabinets.
Office/Guest Bedroom: Horizontally laid highly figured maple paneling with 1/8” reveal throughout. Includes desk, filing cabinets, floating shelves, pull down murphy bed and hidden closet for guest access.