David Reeve Architectural Photography; This vacation home is located within a narrow lot which extends from the street to the lake shore. Taking advantage of the lot's depth, the design consists of a main house and an accesory building to answer the programmatic needs of a family of four. The modest, yet open and connected living spaces are oriented towards the water.
Since the main house sits towards the water, a street entry sequence is created via a covered porch and pergola. A private yard is created between the buildings, sheltered from both the street and lake. A covered lakeside porch provides shaded waterfront views.
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6. Hooks Hooks are the quintessential solution for saving and creating space around your house. Practical, budget-friendly and small in size, they are especially beneficial in a small kitchen. We’ve talked about using S-hooks throughout this story – on a pot rail or in a pegboard. You can also place individual wall hooks on empty wall space around your kitchen to hang almost anything with a handle, from coffee mugs to utensils and pots.