The transformation is neither drastic nor revolutionary. It is smart sensible and incorporates the rich past of the house into its present form – the reason why this cabin seems so very special!
On the outside the old brick wall of the house was improved and given a white sheen and this keeps away prying eyes. Added to its stoic presence are creepers and natural vegetation that are easy to maintain and will sustain the change of seasons.
Pops of color have been introduced throughout the house with yellow blue and orange making an appearance. But the backdrop remains neutral and elegant with white and wood shaping it in various rooms.
Native plant species shape the exterior of this beautiful home and also make a big splash visually indoors. A wide selection of potted plants on the upper level balcony greenery around the deck outside the living area and the ever-present creepers create an atmosphere of serenity.
The multi-level cabin was originally built by Joseph Esherick in 1968 and in its new avatar it offers a cozy contemplative refuge that still drapes you in comfort and class. This is essentially a home that provides the best of both worlds!
The section of the house with the tallest pitched roof holds the living area kitchen and dining space in an open neutral setting. The second section with the shorter pitched room contains the bedrooms and the bathroom while the final third unit houses the mechanical equipment.
A gorgeous home that overlooks farmlands and the distant ocean on the south coast of Long Island the is one that combines relaxing natural scenery with modernity and sophistication.
It is easy to fall in love with a gorgeous home inspired by the classic barn design but features modern comforts and is surrounded by tranquil farms and beautiful scenery. That is exactly what one gets at the ; a dashing and picture-perfect home in Wisconsin.