Rural Samford is quite picturesque with rolling hills and acreage living, but that comes with its own unique challenges as well. Cold nights, hot days and a battle to create open livable spaces.
The existing circa 1990 house was simply plonked on the land with no real thought on how it would interact with its outlooks and surroundings, and as a result was impractical.
The challenge here involved refreshing within and value adding by connecting the house to its surroundings in a way that made sense. The result is a house that is no bigger but feels huge and of course is a lot more usable because it now connects with the outdoor spaces and natural environment.
Photos by Adrienne Dufficy – RealVisuals – 2016