Cabinets designed by Ryan Walsh of Lighthouse Architecture in Eastern Walnut, trimmed in Baltic Birch Plywood; Drafting Chairs, Schoolhouse.
From left: Painting, Mia Farrington; Custom Ping-Pong Table by Dinihanian Design Build; Work Hard Print and Alabax Surface Mount Fixtures, Schoolhouse; Wall-Mounted Paper Holder and Kennedy Clock, Schoolhouse; Marien Leaf Stripe Wallpaper, Schumacher.
In the living room, their “ridiculously giant” TV can be swiftly hidden behind sliding walnut doors. But on constant display are Winter’s and Penelope’s messages to each other in French, which they create using little magnetic alphabet letters that stick to the fireplace wall (Oliver speaks exclusively in French with the kids at home). “Often they spell things that are wildly inappropriate, but everything sounds so beautiful,” jokes Fritsch. The coffee table sees more Uno, Connect Four, and What Do You Meme? games than it does actual drinks.