The children’s bedrooms are on the garden level of the home. One bedroom is set by itself at the end of the home, and the two on the opposite end connect with the screened porch. There are stronger hints of the Swedish Classicism influences in the two children’s bedrooms that connect to the screened porch. The built-in bed enclosure with the trundle bed beneath is especially Swedish.
The master suite extends the width of the cottage, with the sleeping and sitting areas separated by a central access way to the private covered porch.
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The engaging nook invites curling up with something to read and savoring some quiet moments. Even here, the design claims opportunities for storage by way of shelving and drawers beneath.
Above and below: The sleeping nook is a charming place for hanging out or sleeping. Functionally, the nook takes very little space and allows for furnishing a sitting area. French doors open to the screened porch.
The nook’s lowered pitched ceiling over the bed makes this bedroom a cozy and memorable room. Built-in shelves provide extra storage and a place for odds and ends, keeping the space tidy.
Above and below: The large diamond-shaped blue and white floor tiles mark the small entry foyer off the garden entrance. A door opens to a short hallway leading to a bedroom that is lined with storage on both sides. The architects alluded to a ship when designing the cottage, where it is important to make every square inch work.