Connecting spaces upstairs

This exterior image shows how the original three-window shed dormer was extended to allow access to the upstairs addition. The carved out porch provides a beautiful connection to the newly renovated landscape.
Renovation/Addition. Rob Karosis Photography

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mizmandylin added this to Farm House2 days ago

If we were to extend the bathroom upstairs this is how it could look to punch it out and expand.

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Love the contrast between the dark roof and light house.

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Standing Seam Metal Roof in Dark Blue

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Sophie Laliberté added this to outdoor22 February 2020

Phase 1: Would fit with actual farmhouse

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