... and take a 360-degree look at the room you just entered. That's the front door, of course, anchored by a dark-and-light-patterned rug. Despite the sacrificed privacy, the glass door is smart, extending sight lines from within the house. A glass table anchored to the wall takes up little visual or physical space, making a potentially awkward bump-out into a cozy nook, without an inch of space wasted. The owners customized the table and the benches -- made from a tree -- to fit, Lewis says.
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