Lexington based architect Colin Smith designed a six-bedroom home with a typical New England farmhouse exterior for a Lexington family.
It's the epitome of elegant, easy living thanks to Atsu Gunther the interior designer hired for this quite large house with 7,800 square feet.
Gunther shied away from traditional forms and finishes, infusing the space with a contemporary blend of regional and west coast design elements instead.
Featured in the latest Fall issue of Boston Home Magazine, we can appreciate this magnificent project and all its details.
Photographs by Michael J. Lee
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