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Anglian Home Improvements
Cosy wicker furniture give this garden room a very stylish finish, as do the cobbled walls leftover from the home's exterior.
Spencer & Wedekind
Gordon Tobey Developments
Screen In Porch overlooking Butler Creek
Kyle Hunt & Partners, Incorporated
Phillip Mueller Photography, Architect: Sharratt Design Company, Interior Design: Martha O'Hara Interiors
Linda Fritschy Interior Design
Charles David Smith
Lecy Bros Homes & Remodeling
Mortar Architecture + Development
An extensive renovation and addition to a 1960’s-era spec house on a lovely private pond, this project sought to give a contemporary upgrade to a property that sought to incorporate classical elegance with a modern interpretation. The new house is reconceived as a three part project – the relocation of the existing home closer to the adjacent pond, the restoration of a historical stone boat house, and a modern connection between the two structures. This design called for welcoming porch that runs the full extent of the garden and pond façade, while from all three structures - framing the beautiful views of a rich lawn sloping down to the pond below
Pecoy Homes and Remodeling
Beautiful sunroom features custom trim work and hardwood flooring and contrasting ceilings providing a quiet place to spend the colder months
Builder: J. Peterson Homes Interior Designer: Francesca Owens Photographers: Ashley Avila Photography, Bill Hebert, & FulView Capped by a picturesque double chimney and distinguished by its distinctive roof lines and patterned brick, stone and siding, Rookwood draws inspiration from Tudor and Shingle styles, two of the world’s most enduring architectural forms. Popular from about 1890 through 1940, Tudor is characterized by steeply pitched roofs, massive chimneys, tall narrow casement windows and decorative half-timbering. Shingle’s hallmarks include shingled walls, an asymmetrical façade, intersecting cross gables and extensive porches. A masterpiece of wood and stone, there is nothing ordinary about Rookwood, which combines the best of both worlds. Once inside the foyer, the 3,500-square foot main level opens with a 27-foot central living room with natural fireplace. Nearby is a large kitchen featuring an extended island, hearth room and butler’s pantry with an adjacent formal dining space near the front of the house. Also featured is a sun room and spacious study, both perfect for relaxing, as well as two nearby garages that add up to almost 1,500 square foot of space. A large master suite with bath and walk-in closet which dominates the 2,700-square foot second level which also includes three additional family bedrooms, a convenient laundry and a flexible 580-square-foot bonus space. Downstairs, the lower level boasts approximately 1,000 more square feet of finished space, including a recreation room, guest suite and additional storage.
Studio Z Architecture
The sunroom is on the northwest side of the house. This space was designed for the wife and is expansive so that she and her husband can practice ballroom dancing. They also plan to use this space for entertaining. It's separated from the existing dining room, kitchen, and living room with French doors. Walls: vertical cedar paneling Floors: tigerwood Contractor: David Klein Construction. Sunroom: Four Seasons Sunrooms Ann Arbor. Photo by Steve Kuzma Photography
Orren Pickell Building Group
http://www.pickellbuilders.com. Photography by Linda Oyama Bryan. Sun Room with Built In Window Seat, Raised Hearth Stone Fireplace, and Bead Board and Distressed Beam Ceiling.
Lasley Brahaney Architecture + Construction
The open floor plan extends the full length of the kitchen creating a cozy yet invigorating environment no matter where you choose to sit.
Matching sofas in Performance Fabric accented with lavender and eggplant Ikat pillows emphasize the symmetry of the fireplace and two arched openings to the connected Family Room. Alabaster finish stone-like coffee tables on casters make them easy to move around when entertaining and relate to the outdoors. The taupe animal print rug repeats the tones of the stacked stone fireplace( not shown). A glazed cafe table with upholstered chairs provides the perfect spot for morning coffee or evening nightcap.
Anthony Wilder Design/Build, Inc.
Photography: Angie Seckinger
The box out window with transoms give an incredible view of the neighboring park, along with allowing plenty of natural light into the hearth room for this impressive plant shelf! Photo Credit: Meyer Design