Susan_Teare, contributing photographer | July 7th, 2014
An existing barn built in the late 1970's was in desperate need of some attention. It underwent construction and was transformed from a garage and shop into an energy efficient guest and "play" house with an open floor plan.
Susan_Teare, contributing photographer | June 29th, 2014
This master bathroom is long and narrow, with the soaking tub tucked into the back corner surrounded by windows. A double vanity sits against the warm-toned wood walls. The extra height of the angled wood ceilings gives the added feeling of a larger space.
Susan_Teare, contributing photographer | June 25th, 2014
The design of this mudroom tells a story about beauty and practicality. It is bathed in light all year around because of its large southern facing windows. A family of four lives here in a beautiful Vermont setting close to the ski slopes.
Kevini, editor-at-large | June 20th, 20149 comments
If you need to drill a hole in some tile, you could chuck a masonry bit in your cordless drill and watch as the tip of the bit skates around on the glazed surface, ruining the tile, but there's a better way.