If you are prone to pining after a country retreat, this is your Bucks County sanctuary. This home marries Andrew Wyeth’s color scheme and simplicity with a sense of calm and comfort. Homeowner – and interior designer – Danielle Datz purchased the house in 2005 and while she said it was a “solid, well-built” home, she also concedes that it was “very ’80s.” She oversaw renovations herself and now calls the home her design muse.
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The staircase in the foyer begs for a grand, chandelier-lit entrance.
The office doubles as a piano room.
Brad Michael’s Lucent Lampworks is responsible for most of the home’s soft lighting.
The dining room makes mirrors out of unused doors and overlooks the sunroom.
The sunroom is just waiting for you and a book.
The family room also makes for a good reading nook if you can dare to ignore the television.
Datz said the kitchen is her favorite room because it turned out so dramatically different from its 80s roots. It was designed with help from Zak Yannerella at Z Y Woodworking in Doylestown. “It was the biggest transformation,” she said. “It was hard to see the potential in that room.”