Pinewood Cottage by Whitten Architects

Built in 1915, Pinewold is a classic cedar-shingled Foursquare cottage that sits above Boothbay Harbor. The outside living spaces became the focus of the interior spaces. An open floor plan is designed for family living and includes guest quarters for young adult sons, a study/TV room, mudroom, second-floor guest suites, and a new upper-level balcony. The modern, open-plan kitchen features an island, contemporary appliances, high-quality lighting, a pantry, and a water view.  In addition, Whitten Architects rebuilt the in-filled porches and added an upper-level balcony.

The screen door was custom built. The main entry door is from Simpson Door Company. Ipe wood decking.


Certainteed’s Landmark asphalt shingle roofing in their “Colonial Slate” color. The exterior siding is eastern white cedar shingles. The finish on the shingles is a 50/50 mix of weathering gray stain and bleaching oil.

The fixtures belong to the “Cottage” lantern family at Brass Light Gallery. The roofing material is asphalt shingles. The columns and porch framing is all painted wood. The deck is Ipe.



The hood was made by “Midcoast Machine Fabrication” in Boothbay, ME. This countertop is Basaltina Stone”. The fixtures originally came from Brass Light Gallery. Beadboard ceiling.

 Cabinets were custom built by a local cabinetmaker in Maine



 Double hung windows by Marvin. Shades came from Hunter Douglas.

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