Inside Some Multi-Facetted
Dens, Nooks & Studies
With our building system,
Here are a few photos of
some dens, nooks and studies
Guest Room / Den in an Expanded Hale-8:
The interior of this room is finished in part with Cedar T&G and partially in Sheetrock, with our provided Mahogany / Redwood window sills and trim. House is on a post-and-pier foundation with carpet installed inside.
Here are some photos
taken inside a cute den /
(Futon sofa makes into a full-size bed for guests.)
This room is sided with the natural STK (Select Tight Knot) Cedar siding.
Ceramic tile on floors...
Home built on concrete pad with tiled covered lanai out front...
Cozy Den / Guest Room inside a Hale-8:
Home built on Redwood post-and-pier foundation, carpeted interior.
Some built-in shelves into Single Wall panels:
Here are some views of an upstairs Study in a Hale-12:
Billiards / Game Area inside a downstairs Hale-12:
Mahogany Louver Doors on Storage Closets
(Except in the lower story of a two-story home) All rooms inside Multi-Facetted Homes will have the open-beam Cedar/Redwood ceilings.
Lower story ceilings of a two-story home can be done in sheetrock (like above) or with Cedar paneling...
The interior side of your walls can be finished out with your choice of materials. You can see a variety on this page, and on our other "Room View" photo pages.
For more information about the choices for your interior walls, such as double-wall, single-wall and termite-resistant Cedar paneling, click here (then scroll down to question #2 and on).
Last modified on 01/13/2020.