Then I bought this cool high end photo manipulation software - so hopefully I can jazz up my photos even more than presently. Below is a radical interpretion I call "Guest Bathroom and John and Wendy's New Farmhouse". Who spiked the kool-aid?
Old School black and white of Farm 12, a house idea that the new owners brought to me - and after literally months of work nailing down the shaker details, and finding the land that matched the house - here we are, literally 6 months from ground-breaking, literally the weekend I told John it would be ready, here we are, just closing the deal this past Thursday.
Farmhouses and larger homes were our bread and butter for the first 4 years - I think I designed and built 14 1800 sq ft farmhouses, barns, art and crafts homes and the like from 2003 to 2007. Now we usually have one going but our bread is buttered more with cottages (1300 sq ft), mini-cottages (980 sq ft), micro-cottages (750 sq ft) and now the Shack series at (400 sq ft).
This home is on 7+ acres, has a seasonal stream, big trees and pretty picture perfect setting.
A little photo shop trickery below.
From the kitchen, past the stairs and peeking into the fireplace room.
Lots of heat in this room with the fireplace and white brick, and two radiators. French doors lead into the library with built in bookshelves.
2 upstairs landing shots - one manipulated, one not. Bead board edge and center planking make up a traditional wainscotting.
Great shower with bench.
A little more fun - these doors lead to the kid's rooms, the linen closet and the gst bath, respectively.