While transformed from top to bottom, DIY Network Blog Cabin 2013 will maintain the charm and Southern style of the original cedar-shake structure.
By Dylan Eastman. Editing by Mary GraffMore in Blog Cabin
The design/build team will maintain the home’s original style and charm while updating and opening spaces to improve flow. Features will include large wraparound Southern-style decks, exposed rafter tails at overhangs and a second-floor gable that will be "over framed" onto the expanded roof line. A cupola a nod to the Portsmouth Island Lifesaving Station placed over the second-floor stair landing will project additional light into the core.
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