Every entry needs visual cues that tell a visitor, “This is the way to the door.” Here there can be no doubt. The inviting porch with Adirondack chairs beckoning doesn’t hurt. The whole vignette creates a sense of anticipation about arriving. This is the opening scene in our domestic screenplay.

Meet & Greet

Every entry sets the stage for the welcome you will offer a visitor – and that will welcome you. Here we are at the door ready to anticipate the arrival of friends and family and welcome them in.

Getting the Dog Part right

Nothing communicates comfortable domesticity quite like “getting the dog part right.” Once inside, we feel immediately “at home.” This reference comes from Stewart Brand’s enlightening book “How Buildings Learn” and his observation that no amount of architectural planning can assure the quotient of comfort that a curled up pet delivers to the domestic experience.