From the moment you enter the Williamsburg Red front door, you are enveloped in the warm and welcoming, unstudied and seemingly effortless elegance they have created. Their skill in the use of proportions, scale and materials is unmeasurable.
Williamsburg Stairways and Windows - The elegant stairway treatment at Bassett Hall in Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia is designed to serve as a dramatic accent in this hallway. Red moire ribbons are used as roping and red apples and dried red peppers contrast with silvery backs of the pressed white poplar branches
Three large chimneys define the home’s silhouette, serving five wood burning fireplaces that further enhance the New England ambience. This small cozy room is most often used in the winter. It is all wood, painted Williamsburg Red.