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The guesthouse of our Green Mountain Getaway follows the same recipe as the main house. With its soaring roof lines and large windows, it feels equally as integrated into the surrounding landscape. Photo by: Nat Rea Photography
Style Made Simple
Grills'n Ovens LLC
Cast Iron Cook Stove La Nordica "Suprema Cream" Manufactured in northern Italy these cook stoves feature superb design, durability, efficiency, safety, and quality. The primary function of these appliances is indoor cooking however they also provide a significant source of secondary heat for your home. Keeping in mind that all wood heating stoves are space heaters this stove is capable of heating an open concept area of approx. 25x30 with 10`ceiling. Nevertheless the stove should not be relied upon as a primary source of heat. However it can totally be relied on as primary source for cooking! This particular model is called "Suprema" and is available in 2 colors: anthrathite black and matt cream. The fire chamber is located on the left and provides heat for both the baking oven on the right and the cooking top above. Features include: External facing of enameled cast-iron Frame, plate and rings from cast-iron Enameled oven Wood drawer Dimensions : 38.5"x33.8"x26" Net weight : 490 lb Hearth opening size : 9.25"x8.85" Hearth size : 10.9"x12"x18.11" Oven size : 17.1"x16.5"x17" Chimney diameter : 15 cm (5.9") Hearth material: Cast Iron Heatable area: 8080 ft3 Nominal thermal power : 27000 BTU Adjustable primary air Adjustable secondary air Pre-adjusted tertiary air Efficiency : 77,8 % Hourly wood consumption : 5 lb/h
Silver Maple Construction LLC
photos by Susan Teare • www.susanteare.com
Les claustras offrent ici d'une part une séparation esthétique entre l'espace salon et l'entrée de la maison et permettent un jeu de lumière élégant aux deux espaces.
VICTORIA CALDWELL DESIGN
Emmy Lewis Photography
Misiaszek Turpin pllc
The 800 square-foot guest cottage is located on the footprint of a slightly smaller original cottage that was built three generations ago. With a failing structural system, the existing cottage had a very low sloping roof, did not provide for a lot of natural light and was not energy efficient. Utilizing high performing windows, doors and insulation, a total transformation of the structure occurred. A combination of clapboard and shingle siding, with standout touches of modern elegance, welcomes guests to their cozy retreat. The cottage consists of the main living area, a small galley style kitchen, master bedroom, bathroom and sleeping loft above. The loft construction was a timber frame system utilizing recycled timbers from the Balsams Resort in northern New Hampshire. The stones for the front steps and hearth of the fireplace came from the existing cottage’s granite chimney. Stylistically, the design is a mix of both a “Cottage” style of architecture with some clean and simple “Tech” style features, such as the air-craft cable and metal railing system. The color red was used as a highlight feature, accentuated on the shed dormer window exterior frames, the vintage looking range, the sliding doors and other interior elements. Photographer: John Hession
This vaulted ceiling is framed by a feature gable wall which features a central wood burner, discrete storage to one side, and a window seat the other. Bespoke framing provide log storage and feature lighting at a high level, while a media unit below the window seat keep the area permanently free from cables - it also provide a secret entrance for the cat, meaning no unsightly cat-flat has to be put in any of the doors.
The open plan living room in this flat is light and bright, and the beautiful Georgian sash windows are the main feature. The white oiled oak floor & Carl Hansen Wegner chairs contrast with the original Georgian fire surround, cornice and skirting boards. The contemporary tan leather sofa and sideboard sit happily next to the mid-century armchair & cast iron radiator. Plaster wall lights, a large table lamp and a multi bulb pendant provide layers of light when required.
The open plan living room in this flat is light and bright, and the white oiled oak floor & Carl Hansen Wegner chairs contrast with the original Georgian fire surround, cornice and skirting boards. The contemporary walnut sideboard sits happily next to the mid-century armchair & original Georgian fire surround. Plaster wall lights, a large table lamp and a multi bulb pendant provide layers of light when required.
Mcmahon and Nerlich
Living room makes the most of the light and space and colours relate to charred black timber cladding
Brian O'Tuama Architects
Finished Living room design by AlenaCDesign. Challenging part of this project to find new furniture layout solution for the narrow but long room. Furniture was made bespoke to fit room perfectly. It's very typical for bungalow to have dark rooms, as a solution we created calming and elegant colour scheme with soft accent tones. AlenaCDesign also provided full styling and bespoke window treatments.
Unique Home Stays
Integrity Development & Construction, Inc.
Striking living room fireplace with bold 12"x24" black tiles which cascade down the full length of the wall.