Arts and crafts bathroom vanity It all started 16 years ago when architect & surfer Richard Bubnowski bought a small Arts & Crafts cottage in Point Pleasant, New Jersey. He became the storage right into a surf shack & tinkered with the main space for years. Then as he was once on the brink of shingle it in cedar, his future wife Diana threw out the speculation of tearing it down & beginning over. The result, Surfer's End, is a house with a design prompted by its group, perspectives, ocean breezes, and the layout of the original Arts and Crafts cottage & surf shack.
With the new development came great existence adjustments: While the unique cottage housed a bachelor who went off to work for any individual else every day, the new area is a circle of relatives home and serves as base for Bubnowski's structure observe. See how he created a relaxing gorgeous home filled with good vibes. Homss at a Glance:Who Lives Here: Architect Richard Bubnowski, his wife Diana, his 6-year-old son Thomas and his black lab Mystic. Size: 2,100 sq.
Feet, 3 bedrooms, 2. Five toilets, finished basement with administrative center and playroomLocation: Point Pleasant, New Jersey, with views of the Manasquan River See more shingle-taste houses A love of surfing, proximity to the coast, and major existence adjustments inspire a calming and thoughtful design.