We have built a few custom windowseats over the years and they are such wonderfully useful built-ins. They provide seating and storage at an inviting, well-lit location, perfect for reading.
The white window seat shown here was installed in a client’s residence in Malvern, Pennsylvania horse country.
It featured five large drawers; one with a with custom lift-out wooden tray for storing smaller items above. The drawer fronts are raised panels and the fluted stiles help complete the traditional look.
The warmer, cream-colored window seat demonstrates a custom shape, other than the more frequently seen rectangle. This more simple and modern-looking piece was well-used in a lake house kitchen. The drawers stored games and toys and whatever needed to be hidden away. The pulls are matching wood. Installed over a transition between the tile and cork floors, the windowseat is a perfect fit!
Do you have a spot that could benefit from a beautiful and functional window seat? They enhance any room and can be tailored to every decor.
Three beautiful toned walnut bar stools, commissioned by Philadelphia-based interior designer Mona Ross Berman, are en route to Paoli, PA to get custom cushions made, and then will travel by truck and ferry to their home on Nantucket, MA.
The original inspiration for these beauties came from stools in a white kitchen by designer Victoria Hagan. They were designed and built to be taller and wider than commercially available stools, to accommodate a tall bar.
The bench is an original design by the Springhouse. This one is built by hand out of Pennsylvania Maple wood and finished with black dye and extremely durable Duravar topcoats for a lifetime of use. This piece looks great at the foot of a bed, in front of your favorite sofa as a table, as a shelf for a flat screen TV