The great room in the 2,800-square-foot house that architect Drew Lang designed for his family in the Hudson Woods...
A leaf-green countertop adds a splash of color to the kitchen.
For the exterior and roof, Ewing chose Una-Clad corrugated-steel siding.
Ewing designed a floor-to-ceiling window to provide an expansive view while bathing her living room in natural light.
The living-room sofa is by the New York–based designer Stanley Jay Friedman.
The master bedroom’s fireplace boasts a black slate hearth set in white-painted masonry.
Kitchen cabinets in Japanese elm are topped with Calacatta marble and wraparound concrete for the island.
A spiral staircase descends from the glass deck to the rain garden, which replaced a concrete pad.
Large sliding windows retract at the corner, opening the living area onto a lawn overlooking Long Island Sound.
The Kelleys furnished the cottage with help from Suzanne’s daughter Betsy Burbank of Betsy Burbank Interiors.
The bright, reflective surface amplifies natural light and bathes the interior in a warm glow even when the New England...
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