Modern in-floor radiant heat keeps the home cozy and efficient, while the addition of a heat-preserving ventilation system provides fresh air in a tight, well-insulated building envelope.
Kitchen and Dining Room
With its many windows and open access to the dining and living areas, the kitchen speaks to the homeowner’s love of cooking while entertaining.
Custom-made stained alder cabinetry mixes well with stainless Kitchen Aid appliances and extra-thick Caesarstone countertops.
Other features, including a timbered staircase, vertical-grain fir trim, and a large, custom-made butcher-block countertop pay respects to the craftsmanship of an earlier time.
While the home is quite tall, the addition of a large entry, and a porch roof set into the second story, grounds the home and makes it appear more wide than high. This design also facilitated the vaulting of the front sunroom, and the addition of a small porch off of the master bedroom, a place for morning coffee and a view of the mountain.
These and many other design elements come together through impeccable craftsmanship to achieve a uniquely welcoming, comfortable building that is as much at home in its place as the family within it.