An Atlanta couple drew on their New England roots to add space to their cottage without adding on.
By Lisa Mowry
Wendy called in Atlanta architect Brad Heppner, and the two immediately started working on curb appeal as their first project.
“We made subtle but important changes to the front exterior,” says Brad, “such as painting the brick a warm light brown to
help the house nestle into the surrounding trees.” Brad also added a cedar-shingled roof, a flared awning over the front door,
and charming black shutters to the upstairs dormer windows, all giving the house more architectural definition.