Here's another upstate escape from the July/August issue of Metropolitan Home — the Scheidt weekend residence is a new 2,400 square foot home by architects Robert Luntz and Joe Tanney of Resolution 4 Architecture and interior designer Amy Lau. (After we wrote this post, Kyle looked at the idea of Shelves in Front of Windows on Apartment Therapy Boston). The color palette and mix of woodgrains add a warmth that counteracts the rolled-steel accent walls...
Resolution 4 Architecture used the existing foundation for the new structure — helping to keep costs down.
Amy Lau's palette was inspired by the colors of autumn and she used classic pieces by Edward Wormley, Jens Risom, Hans Wegner and Paul McCobb throughout the home.
For more pictures and a more thorough look at the furnishings and architectural details, see Metropolitan Home: Met Home of the Month: The Art of Compromise.
(Images: Joshua McHugh)