A Shipshape Makeover for a 1903 Cottage
Planking Ceiling Details in the Master Bedroom
With new, sturdier structural members in place, Alicia and Calhoon worked closely on finishes and materials for period authenticity. In the new bedrooms and baths upstairs, tongue-and-groove planks cover the ceilings in lieu of plain drywall; in the living room, crown molding and Craftsman-inspired built-ins add architectural interest.
Shown: In the all-white 15-by-11-foot master bedroom, tongue-and-groove planking covers the ceiling to add dimension in the small space. White linen drapes cover French doors that lead to a new deck above the dining room, which extends the bedroom's living space.