Greg Robinson Architect
Haris Kenjar Photography and Design
Samuel Design Group
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Board & Vellum
Photo by Wendy Waltz.
Rob Karosis Photography
The Loon Room: Kids bunk room- As a weekly rental property built specifically for family vacations and group trips, maximizing comfortable sleeping space was a top priority. We used the extra-large bonus room above the garage as a bunk room designed for kids, but still comfortable enough for adult guests in larger groups. With 4 twin beds and a twin over full bunk this room sleeps 7 with some leftover space for a craft area and library stocked with children and young adult books. While the slanted walls were a decorating challenge, we used the same paint color on all of the walls and ceilings to wrap the room in one cohesive color without drawing attention to the lines. The faux beams and nautical jute rope light fixtures added some fun, whimsical elements that evoke a campy, boating theme without being overly nautical, since the house is on a lake and not on the ocean. Some other great design elements include a large dresser with boat cleat pulls, and some vintage oars and a boat motor mounted to the wall on the far side of the room. We wanted to really make this room a getaway, where the kids could hang out and have their own space, so finding a spot for a TV and DVD player was key. We found that the best place to actually see the TV from all of the beds in the room was mounted up near the ceiling opposite the window. We also ran a wire through the wall into the closet, which was the perfect place to store a DVD player. Wall Color- Wickham Grey by Benjamin Moore Decor- My Sister's Garage
Homestead Doors, Inc.
Style # HZ-48 Custom Solid Wood Walnut 3 Panel Door Raised Panels with Dentil Molding Clear Satin Finish https://www.door.cc
Designed by: Studio Revolution Photography by: Thomas Kuoh
This room has been designed with a man in mind. The rustic room still has lots of style.
Scenic Interiors, LLC
A growing family needed extra space in their 1930 Bungalow. We designed an addition sensitive to the neighborhood and complimentary to the original design that includes a generously sized one car garage, a 350 square foot screen porch and a master suite with walk-in closet and bathroom. The original upstairs bathroom was remodeled simultaneously, creating two new bathrooms. The master bathroom has a curbless shower and glass tile walls that give a contemporary vibe. The screen porch has a fir beadboard ceiling and the floor is random width white oak planks milled from a 120 year-old tree harvested from the building site to make room for the addition.
Robert McArthur Studios
The pool house is equipped with 4 Pullman style queen size bunk beds to comfortably sleep 8. C.J. White Photography
Christopher Hall Architect, Inc.
Architect: Christopher Hall Architect, Inc. Photgraphy: Warren Patterson
Jake Hulet Construction
JLD Photography- Jessica Dupass
John Joy Art Glass Studio
John Joy created this top panel to a double hug window to obscure the home next door and highlight the color of the boys room. The textured clear glass back ground glass allow plenty of light to flood the room.