Having great details and livable spaces doesn’t stop on the inside but it does start back on the drawing board creating the master plan.  It’s important to think about how you want the space to feel along with how you want it to actually look.

Here was the existing backyard on our Holladay project:

And here is one possibility that includes three separate living areas: sitting, eating and roasting.  However, they can easily combine to accommodate for larger gatherings.

It is so important to make the accessibility easy so its natural for people to use the outdoors.  When done correctly its like adding additional square footage to your home.  Poorly placed doors or steps makes the backyard uninviting and rarely used.

In progress..

5 Responses to “Bringing the indoors out…”

  1. colleen sullivan says:

    Hi, Just discovered your beautiful gray house with white trim. Would you mind sharing the paint maker and name of the gray paint?

  2. Katie says:

    Hi, we currently have the same color house and were thinking about painting our front door… do you mind sharing the paint maker and name of the yellow paint?

  3. Leslee says:

    I have been looking on blogs for several years trying to capture my love of cape cod/coastal living. It’s as if someone took the pictures out of my dreams and placed it in this home! Your team has an amazing eye for detail and functionality. It is such a wonderful, inspiring design! Living in Kentucky proves a little difficult in seeing this house in person:(
    If you don’t mind me asking, do you have any photographs of the finished outdoor living space? Also, I have searched the whole website for pictures of a basic floor plan and the finished detached garage?
    Although this is a remodel, I’d be interested to know if you had built this house from the ground up would you have done anything different with the floor plan?

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