Bringing the Outdoors In
A lover of nature, this homeowner wanted a home filled with as much natural light as possible.
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When Jamie Gosnell bought his 12-year-old home in Kennebunk, Maine, he set out to do a small remodeling job but ended up keeping only one room; in the end he'd increased the size of the house by 30 percent. A lover of nature, he wanted a home with as much natural light as possible that would bring in the beauty of the Maine woods.
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