"Little Rooms"

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  This 1939 Cape Cod home had typical rough storage spaces with exposed framing on the front of the house. They had been insulated on the room side with layers of cardboard boxes, but otherwise were left rough and used for stashing old furniture and other large items. When a family with young children moved in, the spaces were transformed into two "little rooms" that the children use for sleeping and playing, and chasing back and forth through a small tunnel that runs in front of the dormer and connects the two sides of the house.



Lake Jewel   Big-Small
Transplant   The Perch
Little Rooms   Focal Point
Less is More   New Face
House Doubled   Bungalow Garage
Kitchen-Retreat   Reclaimed Corner


Room for More   Cottage Farmhouse
No More Barn   Under One Roof
Contemporary Lodge  


Competition   Competition