I love seeing new houses that have the charm and thoughtful details of older homes, so I was excited to see Chapman Architecture’s work in Georgia. The brick and shingle Elias Cottage is one of my favorite houses in their portfolio.
I like Clay Chapman’s approach to design. He says, “The product of our efforts must withstand trend and fashion and be held with deep affection from generation to generation.”
I’d love to have a row of windows like the ones over the sink in the Craftsman-style kitchen:
Some rooms are lighter, like this bedroom, which has painted woodwork instead of stained:
This fireplace is so big that you could sit inside the hearth:
I’d love to see how the homeowners furnished and decorated it after they moved in!
The garages are tucked behind the house in the lower level:
Read more about Chapman Architecture and see the rest of the photos of Elias Cottage on their website! 🙂