award-winning Cape-Cod-inspired lake home, with authentic Shingle-style detailing, was designed for casual living and easy entertaining, and to capture the breathtaking views of the lake on which it is sited.
Bay Area Cape with brick walkway, front porch and dormers set into, not on top of, the roof. It's a blending of the Capes found from north to south along the Eastern Seaboard.
Element: A symmetrical front facade. Traditionally Cape Cod homes have a symmetrical appearance and layout inside with a center
Colonial Cape Cods featured a central chimney linked to a fireplace in every room; 20th century versions like the one shown moved the chimney to one end of the home. How to make it your own: Pairs of planters and sconces on either side of entries can create the appearance of symmetry even when the fundamental
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want for cape cod new roof or go grey or waite for beige to turn gray and what color white to paint house
cape with garage addition set back from main house
for a Cape Cod house, as it will make a modest-size home seem larger. With its associations of purity and innocence, white also works well on a simple Cape Cod house because if there's any house style that evokes notions of a simpler time, it's this one.
Antique Cape Cod House Explodes With ColorThis crazy colorful Cape Cod, Massachusetts, home was so chock-full of DIY ideas, Houzzers couldn't help but bookmark it. One of their favorites? The amazing wall covering in this photo that homeowner Kristin Nicholas made by hand cutting, painting and layering
in this Cape Cod–style room. Antiques and layers of bedding make it inviting.
A dormer window and slanted walls create a snug nook for a bed in this Cape Cod–style room. Antiques and layers of bedding make it inviting.
in this Cape Cod–style room. Antiques and layers of bedding make it inviting.See the rest of this home
floor of Capes. Instead of having the of the room extend all the way to where the roofline meets the floor, they cut off this space at about three to four feet high. "There are little triangles behind knee walls that can be used for shelves or drawers," Smith says.
ional Cape Cod "Half house" entry at twilight.
Photo by Scott Gibson, courtesy Fine Homebuilding magazine
The renovation and expansion of this traditional half Cape cottage into a bright and spacious four bedroom vacation house was featured in Fine Homebuilding magazine and in the books Additions and