Restoration of a 1912 eclectic Craftsman Bungalow in NC.
03 September, 2009
Our next project was the sleeping porch. The sleeping porch had been used as a storage room. The floors were covered with masonite pieces that had protected the floor quite well. After removing the masonite we found the remains of a canvas floor cloth still attached to the edges of the room but there was not enough to determine what the pattern might have been. The west side of the room is all windows and they are over 6ft tall. The sunsets from this room are unbelievable and in the winter you can see the NC Mountainss. I wanted this room to be my painting studio so the decor is modern and bright. The light is perfect for painting and the huge windows make it seem like you are working in a tree house.
Restoring a house is certainly an art and like many art forms it becomes a labor of love. When I am not restoring the Worth-Knox house I am an artist and painter by profession so please visit my website and see some of my work like the the one shown here"Forest Pond". I work in many mediums including tattoo. I am always interested in doing home portraits so if you would like your special house "painted" contact me for a quote. http://www.moosetattoo.net