This La Cornue Range Is Right at Home in An Exquisite French-Style Chateau

A Chateau-Inspired Home that Fits Perfectly into the North Carolina Countryside
The kitchen benefits from having two islands—one topped with wood for cutting and food prep and the other with stone for pastry and bread making. Nearby, an antique chopping block displays years of continual use, although it now sits intact for looks only. Other features, such as the custom cabinets washed in pale green paint and a stone farmhouse sink, work seamlessly with the centuries-old materials found in this cooking space.

As anticipated, the same balance of opulence and congenial livability that’s established in the entry hall can be found throughout this lovely residence. Such a feat of orchestrating various elements into unified, period-evoking interiors can be directly attributed to the interior designer’s extensive planning and coordination. “Putting this house together was like assembling a massive and complex jigsaw puzzle,” Dixon says, “and in the end, it was just as rewarding.”

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