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    Valance (SE-VAL72)


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    3/4"D * 6"H * 72"W


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      Product Model SE-VAL72
       A Dutch Door for Privacy and Cool BreezesDesigner: Jessica Risko Smith of Jessica Risko Smith Interior DesignLocation: Santa Barbara, CaliforniaYear built: 2012  Homeowners’ request: Preserve the historic integrity of the house while providing necessary space and amenities for modern living.  Special feature: A Dutch door gives the homeowners the ability to open just the top portion to preserve privacy while letting in cool breezes and the sounds of their three young children playing in the backyard. The paint color (Mandarin by Sherwin-Williams) was chosen to match the Lacanche range.  Plan of attack: When the current owners purchased the 1,085-square-foot one-bedroom, one-bathroom house, originally built in 1919, it was in horrible condition. A century of runoff from the adjacent street and uphill parcels, poor drainage, and no waterproofing left the northern wall completely rotten. But the building’s condition wasn’t just due to age. The previous owner started and then abandoned a poorly executed remodel, leaving the house open to the elements for two years. The new owners loved the character of their Bungalow Haven  neighborhood, its walking distance to downtown and its proximity to good schools. Their goals were to bring back Craftsman features lost over time, convert the former basement into additional living space (adding 480 square feet),  and improve the home’s comfort, health and efficiency. Every inch of the house was touched to meet these goals.  Why the design works: While the overall house footprint is relatively compact, the public areas flow into one another to create a generous feeling. The lower-level addition created bedroom, bathroom and laundry spaces that relieve the upstairs from having to do too much. Significant storage areas in the attic and lower-level crawl space  support family-living needs.   Who uses it: A young couple with three small children.   Nitty-gritty: Door: AAW Inc. Quality Doors; door paint: Mandarin, Sherwin-Williams; range: Lacanche Team: Blackbird Architects; Jessica Risko Smith Interior Design; Allen Construction; Van Sande Structural Consultants (structural engineer); MEC  Mechanical Engineering Consultants (mechanical and plumbing engineers)  See the rest of this home 4. Rustic Wood to Prevent Scuff Marks on an IslandDesigner: Nana Kim of 9 square studioLocation: Austin, TexasSize: 300 square feet (about 28 square meters), 20 by 15 feet Year built: 2012Homeowners’ request: A better connection to the outdoors with an open kitchen, dining and living area that opens to the backyard.Special feature: Dime-gap cedar boards inset in the island create a durable surface for footmarks caused by people sitting on the stools. “We also wanted to bring some natural elements to a kitchen that was dominated by gray paint and stainless steel appliances and fixtures,” says designer Nana Kim. Why the design works: It prevents scuff marks and warms the Carrara marble countertops and white-gray paint.Who uses it: A printmaker and graphic producer and their two boys, one in junior high school and the other in high school. Splurges and savings: “The windows were something the clients and I both felt we couldn’t skimp on,” Kim says. “With the style being a traditional double-hung, the less-expensive models just didn’t look right. We saved the existing flooring and refinished/patched as needed.”The nitty-gritty: Paint: Kendall Charcoal, Benjamin Moore; countertop: Carrara marble; backsplash: stainless steel; stools: vintage; island inset: cedarTeam: Larry Anderson Construction; Andrea Calo (photography)See the rest of this home