This 1907 Brown Shingle Arts & Crafts home had significant dry rot damage and a 1970’s addition that required extensive re-building to repair. We took the opportunity to explore what the owners most wanted for their home and make design changes that would improve their experience of living in the house. The project brought the mismatched previous addition into harmony with the style of the original house, added a deck with good spaces for socializing, and made two home offices fit the needs of the owners. Design sketches and a cardboard study model with removable parts helped the clients visualize ideas and evaluate options.
Photography by Kurt Manley.
The cozy family room flanks the kitchen and is a great space for gathering after a quick meal at the kitchen bar, or for homework space for the kids. There is also plenty of space for board games and reading with large craftsman windows to peer out to your natural wooded surroundings. Featuring Stickley leather sofa and chair with a Stickley Morris recliner and the large Stickley Morris Rocker, everyone will have their own favorite seat!