Architect Ken Pursley looked to early American churches, barns, and the surrounding rural landscape when designing this timeless retreat on Maryland's Upper Eastern Shore.
Ken repeated exterior elements inside for a seamless and cohesive design.
- Utilitarian Hardware: Flush iron ring pulls on drawers and cabinets have a streamlined, nautical feel.
- Ample Windows: A wall-to-wall grouping of divided-light windows offers a sweeping view.
- Gothic Details: The cutout below the sink provides visual relief and mimics the home's doorways.
- A Unified Palette: Stained cedar, gray laminate countertops, and stone floors keep the focus on the view.