Ove 60" Ellery $1687 on Houzz
Take out gas stove and associated wall. Add island in kitchen. Keep the bench as a bench. Change door in kitchen to swing out. The island will have two stools on the dining room side. We also are thinking about replacing the black top on the two counters facing the dining room with the same top as on the island.
starter ideas: Hot tub in front, sunken, steps on south end, hanging sofa so can take advantage of view. Build a screened in sleeping room in the backside of the deck. We have differing opinions on where to end the deck where the stairs are. The three options are labeled A, B, and C. I want C so to provide the most sunlight on the bottom deck and Michael wants A so the deck does not extend beyond the house. Would love some guidance here. thanks!
where we put the tub in back storage space. I like the cubby for shampoo, etc. Maybe put in a skylight over the tub>?
easy clean floor
If we ever decide to do built ins, also nice contemporary bunk beds.
storage, simple clean
If we end up with an awkward space in one of the bedrooms, can fit in cupboards or a small desk
Consider a wall of windows in living room. Want to make sure looks ok for second level to have different window scheme than first floor family room. At a minimum want to install panes of glass on the windows facing the ocean.
These windows seems pretty close to our layout, consider changes to windows to maximize view.
Just an idea of what the exterior wall of the dining room could look like. If we do the screened in porch, maybe could make the remaining exterior wall all glass?
bunches of ideas on large windows, we want to maximize the view and the wow factor since already replacing the windows...
Perhaps a murphy bed in the bedroom #1 with the brick?
Alternate idea of
Having door sunken in where the stairwell is. Above can be
Cool way to separate stairs and stair well is to put in some open shelving.
Not really our color scheme, but does show mixed media exterior
Funky idea for the overhang over the front door, if extend the overhang. Not sure I love it, but it is food for thought.
Great example of overhang on door and also mixed media on exterior.
We want nicer garage doors and wall sconces to direct the eye away from the long, long garage roof.
Love mix of wood and stone and the general vibe.
Like the overhang over the door
Mixed media exterior
Like use of mixed media
Playing with color and different siding treatments
raised entry from the path, overhang over the door.
Pretty good view of a glass front door and overhang, but we want to move the door forward flush with the rest shingle wall.
Exterior color with black window trim. Also use of stone
Mixed media and different rooflines, also standing seam roof
Sou sugi ban siding. Michael wants to do vertical siding so minimize rain encroachment. Here is the link to the Nakamoto Forestry website that has the siding we like. https://nakamotoforestry.com/ and the specific siding: https://nakamotoforestry.com/product-finishes/suyaki-exterior-black/
like dark exterior, use of stone, standing seam roof, pop of color with door
Part of the Dream team!
Idea for the lower deck to get it rainproof.
I like this idea of having a few steps down from the lower deck to the grass, so won't need railing, at least along the south side which is closer to the ground.