Our little minimalist traditional 1940’s home was seriously lacking personality. Our house may be minimalist traditional style but our personal style is anything but traditional. We are probably a little eclectic. We like a touch of rustic wood, a swirl of marble, clean white lines, mixed patterns with a few pops of color on top. All...Read More
(Part 3 of 4) What’s a great way to show off your craftsmanship? Historically accurate moldings that are properly proportioned. The team at Hull Historical restored the moldings throughout the Willing House with the help of WindsorONE S4SSE Trim Boards and The Classic American Molding Collection, designed by Brent Hull. Too often we see builders […]
WindsorONE S4SSE Trim Boards as window & door casing. 1. Minimalist s4s 2. s4s Bungalow 3. s4s Picture Frame 4. s4s Craftsman. These are just a few examples with a variety of ways to scale up or down with profiles ranging from 1×2 to 5/4×12. Learn more about these different styles on here.
Yes. We are STILL working on the basement and the DIY shiplap walls. (We started the basement project back in June.) This is real life DIY. And real life DIY comes with pregnancy and bed rest (me) and 5 broken ribs (Ryan). That means that finishing the basement has taken about 3 months longer than we anticipated. But, I think it will be worth the wait.
A Kitchen Look We Love: Black + Marble In this kitchen from Traditional Home (via Savor Home), marble gets punched up with just a bit of black, in the window frame. Bonus points for the way the subway tile wraps into the deep window opening. That's a nice detail.