The owners’ initial requirements were to create a larger garage and mud room in the front with nanny’s quarters above. However, the home’s current layout was ignoring its valuable lakefront location. Although the initial program requirements were executed, the most significant change was in the reworking and expanding of the back of the home to get all principal rooms “looking at the lake”. This was accomplished by shifting rooms’ locations, creating two storey spaces and maximizing window sizes to make the lake a part of the home owners’ everyday life.
Interior design by Parkyn Design. Visit www.parkyndesign.com to view images of the interior.