The ceiling in the two-story great room follows the pitch of the roof as do the ceilings in the second-floor bedrooms. A quintessential feature of the Tudor style, notes architect Preston Shea, the high ceilings maximize useful space and visually connect interior spaces to the home’s exterior forms. Best of all, vaulted ceilings at HGTV Smart Home 2014 are rendered in a modern way that involves no low clearances or cramped spaces.
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See the building of HGTV's Smart Home 2014 exterior in a series of photos. We capture the dramatic build, space by glorious space.
The home's classic looks are rooted in centuries-old architecture, while the needs of a modern family inspired function and flow.
A fusion of Tudor-inspired design mixed with other flavors create a home that's completely custom.