With a bank of windows viewing the cutting garden from the kitchen, the space required interest through all the seasons. An array of plantings were installed to maximize color displays throughout the year, but the textures and structures of the combined plants, hardscape, and antique planter revealed
examples of the Shingle Style, this house dresses up the basic forms of early American architecture with classical details. The formal, symmetrical front reflects a centrally organized plan, while in back, the broad porch and its oversize Doric columns knit together the interior rooms with the spaces of
relaxed summer living.
David Sundberg, ESTO, Photographer
Transformation of install #4 for summer 2011. Good Interior Design is an intricate puzzle with many pieces creating the final look. Watch as Rebecca Robeson creates a "directors cut" filling you in with the particular details of what it took to bring yet another fabulous design project to completion.
Instead of bottom panels, this looks cheaper and nice, but I think the bottom half of the wall should be a different color. Also, the trip on the archway is a nice touch, but don't think I'd want it. Love the softness of the curved arches. Nice ceiling too to hide the ductwork.