“The challenge was to create a 4,700 sq. ft. home that respected the transitioning neighbourhood.”
Another option is textured glass. Depending on the pattern, it can obscure the view inside or, as in this case, slightly distort it.
"I would never have guessed David would have given us the footprint that he did, but once I saw it sitting on the lot where the trees were positioned, how the lot worked, it made sense," Dwight recalls.
Designed by custom home designer David Small of David Small Designs, the manorstyle home is tucked into a storybook setting with a sprawling lot that backs onto a wooded ravine.
There is truly a sense of Old Port Credit in the design of Damian and Ky's home. The rolling rubble stone exterior creates warmth
David points out that the layout, a traditional centrehall style with the dining and living rooms flanking the foyer, lends the house the formality that Margaret and Andrew sought.