Jan 15, 2010

House Inspired By Wassily Kandinsky

Wassily Kandinsky was an abstract painter of the early 20th century. Wassily Kandinsky was born in Moscow in 1866. One of Wassily Kandinsky's paintings inspired this house and you will see it throughout.
This is the kitchen. Notice the large island and cookbook storage above the cabinet towards the middle of the picture. The Kandinsky painting is found on the stools and in the backsplash and on some of the cookbooks.

This is the dining room from the living room. There is a small office a little toward the right of center. The kitchen island is to the right. The front door is to the left. The Kandinsky painting is found on the stools, the column, and in the frames.

This is the first floor layout. The great room is in the bottom center with a bathroom in the bottom right corner. The garage, laundry room, and mud room are on the top.
This is the second floor layout. There are three bedrooms, one bathroom (overall there are two bathrooms, one is downstairs and they both have a shower and one has a tub) and lots of closets.
If walls could dream... they'd dream of Wassily Kandinsky

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