The skylights in our covered atrium in our 1962 Rummer built A Quincy Jones design are operable. They create a gentle buffer between us and the world outside.
16 months in our renovated Mid-Century Rummer and the additions we've made.
Perhaps it’s the familiarity that harkens back to our 1960’s childhood memories that make our Rummer feel like home.
What we thought about in selecting our outdoor furniture and what time of year to buy it.
A good bark dusting looks so aesthetically pleasing and polished, plus it provides many benefits to your yard.
How the She Shed was designed to match our Rummer house and have perfect functionality.
Rain chains are more than a down spout. They are considered kinetic sculptures, providing water music, promoting peace and tranquility in the garden. They also make an architectural statement on our Rummer home.
When designing the Craft Cubby in the office, the inspiration came from the Møbelfabrikk "ERGO" free standing shelving unit from the 1960's Eichler in Lucas Valley.
Marie Kondo would have approved of architect Robert Byrd, who designed a place for everything. How these influences helped us downsize.
Rummer Houses just invite you to extend your living to the outdoors. We built our out-door living room and she-shed with this inspiration in mind.