Monday, November 4, 2013

Take Two!

Hi Bloggers,

I would like to share with you the design for the 2nd floor of this design competition that I have been working on. 

Take a look:

Design Overview – 2nd floor – Camp Lackawaxen
Bernice Bienenstock Furniture Library Design Competition 2013-2014
The second floor of Camp Lackawaxen is accessible from the outside by going up the stairs that are located at the end of the1st floor covered balcony overhead. You can also access the 2nd floor inside at the rear of the activity center on the first floor via the elevator or stairs. On the 2nd floor as you enter from the double doors from the balcony is the living room, dining room, and kitchen. In the living room to your right as you enter is the fireplace with concealed TV above and seating. In the dining room I placed a glass top dining table with bench and chair seating for 6. There is a china cabinet for display and storage. The kitchen is directly behind the dining room. The cabinets are placed in a u-shaped configuration and have varying counter heights for easy accessibility.There is a gas stove top with a down draft feature so a range hood would not have to be used, a wall oven/microwave combo, two dishwasher drawers, and refrigerator.  The kitchen was designed this way to take into consideration the view of these gorgeous Pocono Mountains.  Behind the fireplace wall is the master bedroom which features a stone fireplace of its own with walk-in closet and master bath. The master bath has a large shower, sufficient sink counter space, and linen storage. Just outside the master bedroom is the hallway leading to the guest bathroom. Continuing down the hall to your left is the guest room/den and a laundry/storage area just outside in the hallway. Going to the right in the hallway will take you to the executive office and executive conference room which have accessibility to the stairs and elevator to the 1st floor. In the executive office you can see that there are two pocket doors that allow you to go back into the residential space. While you are working in this office with the doors open you still have your view. I designed the whole second floor with a contemporary cabin feel and concept to keep the view in as many rooms as I could with fixture and furniture placement. I selected comfortable furnishings and I wanted to keep a calm atmosphere so I went with a color scheme to bring the colors of the landscape inside.
The Camp Director is going to be very happy here!

Thanks for stopping by my blog today and I hope you have a FABULOUS day!!

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