Photos by Jim Schmid Photography
Chapel Hill, NC
The casual character of the residence is clearly established on the exterior. Recalling the Craftsman style of the early 20th century, the house’s long, meandering footprint identifies with our regional low country vernacular.
Inside, sunlight enters the home’s front rooms through three central dormers which provide natural light to the foyer, guest room and library. Walnut is featured throughout the home’s interior in the doors, library cases, cabinet doors and dining room table. Reclaimed oak floors add a wonderful texture to the clean contemporary lines of the interior design elements.
-Standing Seam Aluminum Roof
-Hardie Plank Lap Siding
-BABA Antique Wooden Floors – Fumed old growth reclaimed oak flooring
-2x6 Stud Walls with JM Spider Insulation
-Weather Shield Windows
-Walnut doors and cabinet faces