Welcome to my craft room - come on in! It’s located on the second floor of our house overlooking our neighborhood with lots of light shining in. The room once served as my husband’s office, but as my craft work (and my collection of supplies) grew, I needed a space that could best facilitate my projects. This room is both my office and DIY getaway. I hold craft nights from time to time, so this is the perfect space for a good glass of wine and a brand new project to be made with friends.
The Federal Colonial style, also know the Adam style, is modeled after Roman classicism . Similar to the Georgian Colonial style, Federal Colonial style differs with the addition of wings off to each side of the original box shape and tends to have more decorative embellishments than other Colonial styles. Federal style homes are most often made of brick. The front facade screams wealth with its ornamentation, tall columns and grand curved steps that lead up to the entrance. An elliptical or fan-shaped window usually tops the door, with long rectangular windows placed symmetrically on both sides of the doorway.