Ultra-Modern Ranch Getaway
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Light, open and minimal
Tom and Alita Zabjek's Door County vacation home used to be a one-story, 2,000-square-foot art gallery. It had no kitchen, no bedrooms, no shower or tub--and no interior walls blocking views out windows stacked high up the 14-foot walls.
The wide-open feeling inspired the Zabjeks to head straight into the 21st century with a renovation that's light, open and minimal. The main portion of the art gallery, for instance, is now divided into dining and sitting areas with a floating fireplace wall set on a 14-foot-long limestone base (left).
The following slides show how Tom and Alita renovated the commercial structure into a sleek studio.