Ottawa Hills Beauty

. April 2, 2018.
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Pure classical design traditions, with unexpected contemporary elements are seen in the beautiful home of Dr. Ameer amd Megan Kabour. The original footprint of the house has been lovingly renovated to blend the old and new to bring a modern personality to the space.

Megan and Dr. Ameer Kabour

Megan and Dr. Ameer Kabour

The spacious foyer opens up into a dramatic black and white living room, a step down dining area and a gracious and comfortable great room/kitchen combination. Neutral colors are combined with black and white, allowing a nice coordination of the traditional with the vibrant.

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The master bedroom has furnishings that add a personal touch while the lower level is the perfect man cave with an oversized bar area, pool table and a place to unwind.

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The house is awash in natural lighting, allowing the sun to filter through this timeless design. The home renovation has truly been a labor of love.

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