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2019 NARI CotY Award-Winning Kitchens
2019 NARI CotY Award-Winning Kitchens
National Association of the Remodeling IndustryNational Association of the Remodeling Industry
Craftsman Design & Renovation, LLC, Portland, Oregon, 2019 NARI CotY Award-Winning Residential Kitchen $100,001 to $150,000
Ann Arbor Craftsman Home Renovation
Ann Arbor Craftsman Home Renovation
Studio Z ArchitectureStudio Z Architecture
A bright, inviting powder room with beautiful tile accents behind the taps. A built-in dark-wood furniture vanity with plenty of space for needed items. A red oak hardwood floor pairs well with the burnt orange wall color. The wall paint is AF-280 Salsa Dancing from Benjamin Moore.
Boyne City Cottage Design
Boyne City Cottage Design
Edgewater Design GroupEdgewater Design Group
As written in Northern Home & Cottage by Elizabeth Edwards For years, Jeff and Ellen Miller spent their vacations sailing in Northern Michigan—so they had plenty of time to check out which small harbor town they might like to retire to someday. When that time arrived several years ago, they looked at properties up and down the coast and along inland lakes. When they discovered a sweet piece on the outskirts of Boyne City that included waterfront and a buildable lot, with a garage on it, across the street, they knew they’d found home. The couple figured they could find plans for their dream lake cottage online. After all, they weren’t looking to build anything grandiose. Just a small-to-medium sized contemporary Craftsman. But after an unfruitful online search they gave up, frustrated. Every plan they found had the back of the house facing the water—they needed a blueprint for a home that fronted on the water. The Millers first met the woman, Stephanie Baldwin, Owner & President of Edgewater Design Group, who solved that issue and a number of others on the 2015 Northern Home & Cottage Petoskey Area Home Tour. Baldwin’s home that year was a smart, 2000-square cottage on Crooked Lake with simple lines and a Craftsman sensibility. That home proved to the couple that Edgewater Design Group is as proficient at small homes as the larger ones they are often known for. Edgewater Design Group did indeed come up with the perfect plan for the Millers. At 2400 square feet, the simple Craftsman with its 3 bedrooms, vaulted ceiling in the great room and upstairs deck is everything the Millers wanted—including the fact that construction stayed within their budget. An extra courtesy of working with the talented design team is a screened in porch facing the lake (“She told us, of course you have to have a screened in porch,” Ellen says. “And we love it!’) Edgewater’s other touches are more subtle. The Millers wanted to keep the garage, but the home needed to be sited on a small knoll some feet away in order to capture the views of Lake Charlevoix across the street. The solution is a covered walkway and steps that are so artful they enhance the home. Another favor Baldwin did for them was to connect them with Legacy Construction, a firm known for its craftsmanship and attention to detail. The Miller home, outfitted with touches including custom molding, cherry cabinetry, a stunning custom range hood, built in shelving and custom vanities. A warm hickory floor and lovely earth-toned Craftsman-style color palette pull it all together, while a fireplace mantel hewn from a tree taken on the property rounds out this gracious lake cottage.
Craftsman Mountain Home: Master Bathroom
Craftsman Mountain Home: Master Bathroom
Timberlake Custom HomesTimberlake Custom Homes
This calming secondary bath features a tile shower, granite counter tops, wood stained cabinets, and a neutral beige and gray color palette.
Raymond Retreat- Luxury Maine Lakehouse
Raymond Retreat- Luxury Maine Lakehouse
Jessica MeisterJessica Meister
We wanted to carry the serene, nature-inspired colors and transitional style of the master bedroom into the master bath by incorporating textured neutrals with pops of deep green and brown and sleek new fixtures with a vintage twist. Tub: Randolf Morris 67 inch clawfoot tub package in oil rubbed bronze Granite: Fantasy Brown Cabinets: Kabinart Cherry Prescott door style in Fawn finish Floor Tile: Daltile Seasonwood in Redwood Grove Paint Color: Edgecomb Grey by Benjamin Moore Mirrors: Pottery Barn Extra-Large Keinsington Pivot Mirrors in Bronze Decor: My Sister's Garage
Stall Street #2
Stall Street #2
Ryan Miller BuildersRyan Miller Builders
Fantastic semi-custom 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath traditional home in popular N Main area of town. Awesome floorplan - open and modern! Large living room with coffered accent wall and built-in cabinets that flank the fireplace. Gorgeous kitchen with custom granite countertops, stainless gas appliances, island, breakfast bar, and walk in pantry with an awesome barn door. Off the spacious dining room you'll find the private covered porch that could be another living space. Master suite on main level with double vanities, custom shower and separate water closet. Large walk in closet is perfectly placed beside the walk in laundry room. Upstairs you will find 3 bedrooms and a den, perfect for family or guests. All this and a 2 car garage!
Back porch
Back porch
J. Morrow Construction, LLCJ. Morrow Construction, LLC
Beautiful back deck gives a finished look to this home.
Lancaster Model kitchen and Morning Room
Lancaster Model kitchen and Morning Room
UserUser
Lancaster model kitchen and morning room
Bungalow Expansion
Bungalow Expansion
Red House ArchitectsRed House Architects
The front porch of the existing house remained. It made a good proportional guide for expanding the 2nd floor. The master bathroom bumps out to the side. And, hand sawn wood brackets hold up the traditional flying-rafter eaves. Max Sall Photography

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