dressing area in the master bedroom built under an archway replicated from the entry hall downstairs
Photo: Julian Wass
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Master Bedroom Wing

To give the young family the bedroom space they needed, Broberg Smith designed a two-story wing to replace an existing poorly built bedroom on the back of the house. The first-floor master suite also includes an office and has a private porch.

To evoke the feeling of the old house, Biondo built an archway in the master bedroom that mimics an existing built-in bookcase in the entry and also defines the dressing area. The closets have salvaged five-panel doors, to match those in the rest of the rooms.

The wing's second floor, which holds the children's bedrooms and a bath, includes such cottage details as beadboard paneling, wooden medicine cabinets, and awning windows that bring in ocean breezes.
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