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3413 Marion Drive
Tampa, FL 33637

I can’t find anything on Google, and ours would need to be 32″ deep in order for it to sit out in front of the built-ins. I’ve been thinking a lot about how I can make the first floor feel more like a cottage lately too. (#nesting) The outside of our house is very traditional in style, but inside our front door, you’ll find our kitchen, dining, and living room are all one big (tall) open room: Obviously, the transom window is stunning, but I’m not sure enough we could do something like that because (I think) our opening would be too wide. I added a few things to my previous Photoshop photo-drawing this past weekend to give Kevin an idea of what I’ve got going on inside my head at the moment: I threw in a coffered ceiling (and a bowl of lemons- ha!)

I like the “doorway wall” on e-paper, but I’m going to show it to some people that know more about designing & building these kinds of things, to see if they think it’ll look right in real life. PS- Interested in learning how to modify pictures of your place?

Diamond
Diamond
The Lettered Cottage Living Room | Before
The Lettered Cottage Living Room | Before
Living Room | Idea 2
Living Room | Idea 2
First_Floor_Layout_Lettered_Cottage
First_Floor_Layout_Lettered_Cottage
Foyer | Sandleraia
Foyer | Sandleraia
Southern Living Transom Window
Southern Living Transom Window
Living Room | Planked Walls On Sides Of Room
Living Room | Planked Walls On Sides Of Room
traditional-entry
traditional-entry

Decorating with Black Accents

My Favorite 8 Sherwin-Williams Dark Blue & Navy Paint Colors