This waterfront home on Maryland’s Eastern Shore had a great setting and lots of potential.  The house had large rooms with high ceilings and period detailing, but it still needed a lot of work and updating.

Larger windows and pieces of fixed glass were added to the water side of the home to capture the view. The screened porch on the water side was completely rebuilt.  Large expanses of bronze screening allow the view to be appreciated with minimal interruption. Small windows and doors leading to the screened porch were replaced with tall French doors to maximize the view and capture breezes.

This project also consisted of a Guest House, and a Kitchen design.