Walk-in closet - large traditional gender-neutral carpeted walk-in closet idea in Grand Rapids

Ingleside - Modern 1920s Shingle Style

Traditional Closet, Grand Rapids

The challenge of this modern version of a 1920s shingle-style home was to recreate the classic look while avoiding the pitfalls of the original materials. The composite slate roof, cement fiberboard shake siding and color-clad windows contribute to the overall aesthetics. The mahogany entries are surrounded by stone, and the innovative soffit materials offer an earth-friendly alternative to wood. You’ll see great attention to detail throughout the home, including in the attic level board and batten walls, scenic overlook, mahogany railed staircase, paneled walls, bordered Brazilian Cherry floor and hideaway bookcase passage. The library features overhead bookshelves, expansive windows, a tile-faced fireplace, and exposed beam ceiling, all accessed via arch-top glass doors leading to the great room. The kitchen offers custom cabinetry, built-in appliances concealed behind furniture panels, and glass faced sideboards and buffet. All details embody the spirit of the craftspeople who established the standards by which homes are judged.
Walk-in closet - large traditional gender-neutral carpeted walk-in closet idea in Grand Rapids - Houzz

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Stacey Stanbrough wrote:February 19, 2012
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    8 years ago
    Unfortunately, we do not have the final records and cannot assure that original specs were followed.
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