After a hurricane flooded architect Wayne Good's 110-year-old Chesapeake Bay cottage, he seized the opportunity to design his dream fish camp-style kitchen in just over 150 square feet.
While he was renovating, Wayne discovered that more than a century ago, the first owner had built the cottage using reclaimed materials. In that resourceful spirit, Wayne repurposed siding from the outside of the cottage. He flipped it to the unpainted side and lined the ceilings to play off the richness of the original heart-pine floors. "I love the idea of reuse in a rebuild—that mix of old and new makes it charming," says Jennifer Kopf.