The Hammond Home
When David Hammond was a young boy, he could often be found tromping around his grandparents’ homestead and exploring the grounds. Fast-forward several decades, and the same property that has been in the family for five generations is now the site of Hammond’s modern Scandinavian home.
By Christina Cannon / Photography by Creative Revolver
After living in the Midwest for years, Hammond returned home with his family of four and couldn’t be more thrilled with his decision. With a pristine landscape, extended family just around the corner, and plenty of space, the Hammonds have been able to focus on quality time that is so important to them.
Upon arrival at the Hammond home, a sleek and streamlined aesthetic is immediately conveyed. Kendall Charcoal board-and-batten siding is warmed up with horizontal stacked Georgia white pine, while pops of Tricorn Black modernize the space.
“We purposefully went with a smaller front porch,” explains Hammond. “We’ve always liked that, and it is kind of fun to watch people’s reactions as they move from the front porch, which is intentionally understated, to our main living area, which feels huge in comparison.”