A multi-slide door gives Massachusetts home rooms with a view.
The prominent Pinehills community sits nestled in the historical town of Plymouth, Massachusetts, a coastal burg that constitutes the entire western shore of Cape Cod Bay. Residents enjoy nearby amenities including 14 golf courses, nine public beaches, a plethora of ponds, hiking and biking trails, forests and splashy apricot sunsets.
The Pinehills community offers many amenities for outdoor recreation.
“The focal point of this home as you walk in is the breathtaking forest landscape in the backyard.” Ryan Young, Ryan Young Interiors
Moving walls of glass expand living space in the homes at Pinehills.
“Our approach to the project was to create interiors that tie to the beautiful community of The Pinehills,” says Ryan Young, co-founder of Ryan Young Interiors, which decorated the house. “The models were designed to showcase lifestyles that the buyers can relate to as far as sophistication, comfortability, and functionality.”
The model’s open floor plan includes a study that can be used as an office or extra bedroom, an expansive foyer leading to the dining and living areas, 10-foot ceilings throughout the home, and a family room with access to a covered patio.
The model home in the Pinehills community features Western Window Systems’ Series 7600 Multi-Slide Door.
“As you walk into the model, you are immediately drawn to the open floor plan that is both conducive to a relaxed lifestyle and in the warmer months, enjoying the indoor-outdoor design of the home,” Young says.
In addition to the aesthetic appeal of blurring the lines between the inside and outside, the Series 7600 Multi-Slide Door also has an Energy Star rating. “The U-Value rating (.30) of the 7600 slider allowed the project to meet the strict Massachusetts Energy Code,” says David Buckley, senior project manager for Toll Brothers.
“The open floor plan is both conducive to a relaxed lifestyle and enjoying the indoor-outdoor design of the home.” Ryan Young, Ryan Young Interiors
Vast expanses of glass let tons of natural light into the house.
Young says he didn’t want the interior design to compete with or detract from the picturesque indoor-outdoor flow of the home. “When designing the interior, we wanted to make sure we created a setting of stylish comfort without blocking the beautiful outdoors,” he says. “The furnishings were kept neutral so the outdoors acted as art to the interiors.”
But letting in tons of natural light to spotlight the lush surroundings was the main objective, Young continues, and it was achieved through the sliding glass door.
A focal point of the model home is the backyard and its views of the surrounding forest landscape.
“The focal point of this home as you walk in is the breathtaking forest landscape in the backyard and the large glass openings that allow an abundance of light to come into the home as well as being a beautiful backdrop to all furnishings.”