Check out This Old House magazine’s first built-from-the-ground-up Idea House.
Called “The Cottage at Cloudland Station,” they describe it as a “storybook cottage with Craftsman-style charm that puts a fresh spin on classic American house style.”
Take a look!
Idea House 2015: Cottage at Cloudland Station
The house has a steeply pitched roof and a generous wraparound porch.
The siding color is Olympic Paint’s “Chinese Porcelain,” and the front door is “Asparagus.”
TOH says, “An open floor plan, a flexible layout, and a wraparound porch maximize space indoors and out.”
The kitchen cabinets were painted in Olympic’s Castile.
Reclaimed chestnut was used to create a butcher block top for the island:
First floor plan:
TOH says, “The porch, a generous 10 feet deep on two sides, accommodates multiple seating areas to extend living space.
Interior Designer Yvonne McFadden chose furniture, including a pair of all-weather wicker sofas, to suit family life as well as entertaining.”
The Idea House at Cloudland Station is part of a
Southern Living-inspired community in Chickamauga, Georgia.
For more information about Cottage at Cloud Station, visit This Old House
(photography credit: Deborah Whitlaw Llewellyn).