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Friday, July 18, 2014

Home tour- A beautiful upside-down Nantucket cottage!


This small 1,200-square-feet Nantucket cottage belongs to a family of five. To renovate their small two-bedroom cottage, the homeowners enlisted help from architect Mark Cutone of Nantucket-based BPC Architecture. They decided to transform the house into a new upside-down house with the lower level for bedrooms and the second-floor for living space to take advantage of the breathtaking views. Let's check out this beautiful summer home, shall we?












Photo credit: Michael Partenio


What do you think of this bright and airy upside-down home? I am particularly drawn to the horizontal shiplap walls and the overall relaxed, casual decor. The dining area, kitchen and bedrooms are my favorites. What about you?

3 comments:

  1. I love all the finishes in this house!! And the upside-down concept is cool. I don't know if I'd want it but at the same time it would be a great way to maximize the views from the second floor.

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  2. Can you tell me who makes the dresser in the bunk room?

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