New England: Coast & Tradition
New England brings to mind the American east coast, where inspiration was taken and gave style to a somewhat marine and elegant house style.
A style that fits well in our elongated country, with a long coast, many archipelagos and a number of lakes of varying sizes. The lakeside feeling can be created even if the house is not adjacent to water. A natural house style that has grown in popularity and appeals to many. The style is often symbolized by its transverse, horizontal wooden paneling and its rich carpentry joy and traditional look. The houses are usually in light tones.
The rich wooden details in the form of wooden railings, well-sized balconies and beautifully slatted windows speak a timeless language and leave a solid mark on the house. Combining individual round or semi-round windows in the style is not uncommon. A traditional house style where the home lives out in angles and shape. The gardens and terraces that are combined with beautiful stone provides a living home that creates ample space for play with shapes, patterns and contrasting. A natural house style that has caught the interest of new builders in many of our landscapes.
Both natural stone and concrete stone in the form of slabs , paving stones , paving stones and yard gravel are a perfect match, only your imagination sets your limits. As the houses often have a grand style, we probably still choose granite walls, granite stone stairs , granite slabs and decorative stone in the first place. But a natural house style like this thrives well with natural stone and a stone material that interacts with the facade and house details.
A beautiful frame and a welcome in the form of granite pillars give a solid impression to the garden and lead us to the often centered entrance area .