It’s all about the details and this house is full of them. I feel bad for the painters cause they spent a good few days just caulking all the millwork. The hard work paid off and I’m happy with the results. These pictures show a little of what we have done. Don’t mind the mess, these aren’t final shots. I wanted to go beyond bead-board wainscoting and really trim this house. The goal was to keep a cape cod authenticity with a coastal influence. I find the east coast “shingle style” homes pretty much do the same thing.
Front entry with two closets and a great spot for guests to take of their shoes.
Hallway leading to the rest of the house with floor to ceiling trim and the reoccurring shiplap overhead.
Kids bath with vintage classic feel. And hallways with built-in linen cabinets and contemporary light fixtures.
The mud room with the continued shiplap and storage space for the family. And then the door to the utility room has a custom made intake vent that goes along with the Greek key pattern above the living room fireplace.