The interior – the family room – is a wonderful blend of traditional and contemporary design. The fireplace surround is copied from an early 1800’s design book. The flanking cabinetry, designed and built on-site, draws from the styles of that period but is put to much more modern use housing TV, video, and stereo equipment.
One unique exterior detail on this addition is the random-width cedar siding. Although random-width siding is not an unusual choice of material for the RESTORE ‘N MORE craftsmen, the clients requested that it be applied randomly. Random widths applied randomly is considered historically accurate, and the asymmetric mix of board widths is pleasing to the eye.
Design by Peter Zimmerman Architects
Cabinet design by Restore ‘N More