Society Design was asked to create a design for a new vacation home on Klinger Lake in southern Michigan by an established commercial client of ours. This home is to be where their family congregates during the summers and holidays, and is designed with flexibility, recreation, and bed counts in mind. Coming in at 5 bedrooms and a bunkhouse, this 4,700sf modern-farmhouse should host this large family with ease.
Commercial elements like the glass-panel garage door on the front of the screen porch give this traditional home a modern touch. The design of this home is to fit in with the neighboring community, and blends the perfect amount of traditional styling with modern elements to create something unique.
Founder of Society Design, Stephen Allen has personally restored and remodeled his 1921 American Four-Square. Purchasing a true fixer-upper in an evolving neighborhood, he has blended his personal love of mid-century furnishings in this historic craftsman-inspired house. The redesign of this space shows how good features and furnishings through the ages can be blended to create a seamless aesthetic.
Designed and remodeled on a dime, this home demonstrates the talents and abilities of Society Design. This process has taken three-years and the remodel is still not complete. The kitchen and office are currently under construction. Stephen shows his love of home improvement and historic reuse through the blood, sweat, tears, and curse words that have gone into this remodel.
This post-modern home in on the border of Boone County, Indiana was originally lived in by the designing architect. Its eclectic layout takes advantage of the views of the surrounding woods and creek below. Society Design was hired to assist the client in procuring and selecting furniture, offering suggestions on the placement of the client’s personal art, and aiding with redesigning the space above the garage into a home gym and guest suite. Society Design also assisted the client in finish selections and provided overall design guidance.