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Architects—Kenwood Shingle Style Cottage: We added stone retaining and terrace walls to create a visual foundation for the house and layers that buffer it from the street. No longer level with the sidewalk, the home now feels private yet friendly. Farmhouse Architecture, Modern Farmhouse Exterior, Residential Architecture, Shingle Style Homes, Contemporary House Plans, Modern Contemporary, New Home Construction, Exterior Remodel, Dream House Plans

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Architects—Kenwood Shingle Style Cottage: The outdoor living area retains the scale of the home, so, rather than leftover lawn, it becomes another "layer" of the house. Outdoor Living Areas, Outdoor Spaces, Outdoor Decor, Residential Architecture, Architecture Design, Porch Architecture, Traditional Porch, Traditional Exterior, Traditional Kitchen
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Architects—Kenwood Shingle Style Cottage: Living areas are open, but "architectural furniture" helps define space. Here, custom cabinetry separates dining and living rooms. Traditional Porch, Traditional Exterior, Traditional Kitchen, Kitchen Cabinet Styles, Formal Living Rooms, Dining Rooms, Beige Walls, Custom Cabinetry, Cottage Style
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Architects—Kenwood Shingle Style Cottage: Details on cabinets echo the home's exterior elements. The wire brush finish integrates beautifully with the textural, casual looking architecture. Traditional Porch, Traditional Kitchen, Traditional Exterior, Kitchen Tops, Kitchen Modern, Kitchen Cabinet Styles, Residential Architecture, House Architecture, Beige Walls
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Architects—Kenwood Shingle Style Cottage: Deep sills, cabinets, ledges and window seats are integrated into the windows, becoming vessels to receive and bounce light. Traditional Porch, Traditional Exterior, Traditional Kitchen, White Cabinets, Shaker Cabinets, Kitchen Cabinet Styles, Hardwood Floors, Dark Hardwood, Beige Walls
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Architects—Kenwood Shingle Style Cottage: This house is in an established area of beautiful old homes, and was named Best in Show at the 2016 BLEND Awards—a competition recognizing projects that blend harmoniously with the neighborhood. Types Of Houses, Big Houses, Farm Houses, Dream Houses, Traditional Porch, Traditional Exterior, Traditional Kitchen, Modern Farmhouse Exterior, Dream House Plans
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Shingle Style is a less formal, inventive interpretation of several historical styles—with shingles wrapping the house and creating playful forms while unifying its elements. Here, shingles sweep out from the wall to embrace the entry roof.

The kitchen is in the center of the open floor plan. To keep it uncluttered, we designed a unique pantry behind the range: Guillotine doors hide cooking essentials while making them accessible to both kitchen and pantry sides. Cottage Style, Home Projects, New Homes, Kitchen Cabinets, Floor Plans, Flooring, Open Floor, Pantry, Architects

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The kitchen is in the center of the open floor plan. To keep it uncluttered, we designed a unique pantry behind the range: Guillotine doors hide cooking essentials while making them accessible to both kitchen and pantry sides.

The living room opens to a terrace and pergola that create this secluded outdoor oasis. Cottage Patio, Cottage Exterior, Farmhouse Addition, Waterfront Homes, French Country House, Farmhouse Design, Farmhouse Style, House And Home Magazine, Residential Architecture
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An outdoor oasis in an urban neighborhood. Such a strong indoor-outdoor connection is rare with "historic" homes, but enhances livability and joy, and is well worth achieving.

The owners' favorite feature in the Kenwood Shingle Style Cottage is a unique and intriguing bay on the stair landing which provides a view down the street and an architectural “moment” from without as well as within. Stair Landing, Cottage Style, Garage Doors, New Homes, Stairs, Exterior, In This Moment, Architects, Outdoor Decor

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The home owners’ favorite feature: a unique and intriguing bay on the stair landing which provides a view down the street, and an architectural “moment” from without as well as within.

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Custom-curved wainscoting creates a home for the bathtub. Outside, a reflecting curve embraces a lovely planter—deeply recessed for shadow and privacy.

The Kenwood Shingle Style Cottage's thick walls create substance and depth. Deep sills, cabinets, ledges, and window seats are integrated into the windows—becoming vessels to receive and bounce light. Border Oak, Entry Stairs, Beautiful Interiors, Cottage Style, New Homes, House Design, Windows, Wall, Window Seats
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The home’s thicker walls create substance and depth. Deep sills, cabinets, ledges and window seats are integrated into the windows—becoming vessels to receive and bounce light.

Architects—Kenwood Shingle Style Cottage: Millwork on the interior aligns with timber work on the exterior, creating a sense of structural unity viewed from inside or out. Interior beams are sandblasted and pickled; outside, painted white. Formal Living Rooms, Living Spaces, Traditional Porch, Traditional Exterior, Traditional Kitchen, Art Deco Decor, Kitchen Cabinet Styles, Beige Walls, Home Office Design
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The vocabulary of timbers and beams flows seamlessly from inside to out. Inside, oak beams are textured and pickled, outside they’re white: a sense of integrated architectural unity viewed from either side.

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A shallow exterior bay with deep-set windows creates a light, bright nook that opens onto the porch—allowing le petit déjeuner en plein air.

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A 16-foot island allows the kitchen to be one-sided yet highly functional for our client, a fabulous cook. French doors to the left provide light, views and easy access to courtyard dining.

In the living room, daylight streams in from the French doors and clerestory windows that surround the space. Cottage Living Rooms, House Rooms, Home Living Room, Living Room Designs, Unique Living Room Furniture, Small Country Homes, Family Room Addition, French Country Living Room, Home Fix

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We often use design to curate the view: Here, window walls look onto public and private green spaces while the fireplace wall invites south light and obscures a nearby home. This wall was also designed to accommodate and complement a favorite piece of art.

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The trellis is an integrated extension of the architecture, creating and enveloping another “layer” of the house—an outdoor oasis in an urban neighborhood.