Big-Small Retreat

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  In order to use square footage wisely, the dining room borrows space from the "hall" to the master bedroom. This allowed us to cut the space needed to create a room for dining nearly in half. A four-foot bump on the back of the house provides enough room to hold the table and many guests comfortably, and the bank of windows draws one's attention outward such that the "missing" wall of the other side of the room is never missed.



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