Sunday, February 8, 2009

Cuffs Cove in Edgartown

Here is a fantastic home in Cape Cod! It is hidden in a small enclave in Edgartown, Massachusetts, called Cuffs Cove. Another gem designed by Hutker Architects.
All photos from Hutker Architects website

As usual we find spectacular architecture! This room really needs no adorning. What an unbelievable fireplace - a testament that great mason craftsman still exist. Simple upholstery , almost no accessories, allow the architecture of the room to speak. The kitchen continues the wonderful post and beam design. I love the use of the butcher block with the solid surface counter. Notice the overhead lighting used, soft schoolhouse house pendants which cast a soft glow rather a harsh overhead light from canned recessed fixtures. Very simple cabinets, hardware and backsplash tile. Again your focus is on the architecture of the room. The Solarium! A serene space, again using a very neutral palette so the focus is on the incredible conservatory. I love the zinc lantern!
Walkway to pool and outdoor entertaining area. I have always preferred grass walkways to complete stone walkways. I like the contrast of texture and especially the way the grass softens the hardscapes. The addition of the pergolas, calling out for climbing roses, will be quite beautiful in the summer. Care for a dip in the pool or a cocktail?
A beautiful home on Cape Cod, with architectural detail that speaks for itself!


  1. What an absolutely beautiful house - thanks for sharing!!
    Victoria (one half of DesignTies)

  2. My type of home! Beautiful post.
    Ness xx

  3. A captivating dreamy oasis! Very enjoyable! I loved every picture!

  4. Hallo,a dream-house.Lovley greats from, Elke.☻☻☻☻☻

  5. The wood beams and ceilings are spectacular. Love the conservatory too!

  6. i absolutely LOVE new england. my mom lives in maine, and i have always spent part of my summers there.

    the post and beam liv room is to die for !!


  7. I love Edgartowm.
    This is house is fantastic, but I kind of miss the crusty old houses of the past.
    xo xo

  8. All beautiful, peaceful spaces...I would probably not be able to stop crying (for happiness) if I got to live these incredibly lovely spaces.. :)

  9. I want to live in this house!!!

    I love everything about it -- the fireplace and timber framing and solarium and pool especially....

    *Sigh* If I could just win the lottery, I'd build a house just like this one!!

    Thanks for sharing :-)

    Kelly (the other half of DesignTies)

  10. Absolutely stunning! That living room ceiling is out of this world.
    xo Isa

  11. I love the living room and the kitchen and the fireplace at the pool! Dreamy!

  12. Beautiful, Just found your blog and that is beautiful too. Thanks for posting this and all of the valuable info!

  13. Wow, Gina, what a gorgeous house - I love the Cape! Thanks for your kind worsd and entry today!

  14. OK, I work in greenhouses so that SOLARIUM is to DIE for! Gonna have to talk the hubby into building me one of those some day :)


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