ProHOME: A Hardworking Spare Interior
The crisp, clean, and minimalist interior planned for the home.
When the framing and the installation of mechanical systems are complete in a new house and work turns to hanging drywall, it can seem as if there are acres of the paper-faced gypsum boards. This drywall is an essential finish in the crisp, clean, and minimalist interior planned for the ProHOME. There is no crown molding, and instead of casing, the windows have simple drywall returns, although the deep recesses have wood sills to enhance durability. In those places where there is trim, it’s unassuming: The painted, three-panel Shaker-style interior doors are trimmed with the same painted 9⁄16-in. flat stock used for the baseboard.
(Photo: Susan Teare, design by Mitra Designs, mitradesigns.com)