Scott and Megan, owners of this old barn, have diverse interests, and are keenly motivated by sustainability and self-reliance. The family’s home is an old, recently renovated stone farmhouse, but with a small and quirky floorplan, is a tight fit for three active kids and their can-do parents. Converting their barn to living space would provide some much needed elbow-room for this busy clan.
This project represents an increasingly popular type of project - combining two bedrooms into a single master suite. Typical of older homes, the master bedroom had a very small bathroom, and very little closet space. The owners decided to sacrifice an adjacent guest bedroom to create a spacious and luxurious master suite.
Anyone who has a deck or a swimming pool has used this old cliche when talking about their space: “Oh, we just live out here in the summertime!” So, we got to thinking...what if you really lived outside in the summertime? What would an outdoor house look like? What would it need to provide? Could you really “live out there”?
Betsy & Matt have a beautiful pool and patio, but an exposed location on a links golf course left nowhere to escape the afternoon sun and incessant wind. SCD was engaged to design and build an oasis of shade for lounging and entertaining as the focal point of this spectacular outdoor living space.
This sophisticated Man Cave was designed as a retreat from the adjacent kids area in this finished basement. David wanted his own domain, and asked Spring Creek Design to create to create a cool, contemporary, masculine space.