Nice entryway landscape and rooflines.
Simplicity, beams + stone. Size
Never considered this about controlling what impression could be made with the drive and first view of the property.
Might consider taking advantage of and using the largest cedars as focal points to give perspective to property views from the house.
I like the beams.
Reclaimed Dining Table from 1850's Hand Hewn Beams
I especially like the iron mounts.
Very cool pier. Would apply nicely to extension deck lower on hill near the water.
No shower doors!
Nice angling for small space of toilet. Probably offset by cost of custom tank?
Kathy likes! Bench with storage instead of cabinets.
Simplification of kitchen/den/dining
break the line of site-good idea. Also, dig the screened porch
From the outside, we can see the artist's studio's wing on the right. A small chimney exhaust is visible on the exterior wall, maybe for a kiln or another heating supply. If the former, it points to an important consideration for a pottery studio: how to install a kiln. Given the type of fuel and the temperatures it takes to fire ceramics to rock-hard durability, an artist may have some issues installing a kiln at home, depending on the local jurisdiction. My wife trekked to the suburbs to use a raku kiln because it was close to impossible to have one in the city.
Like the posts with the varnished red cedar.