The intention of the addition on this 1930's Four Square brick home was to connect the house to the newly added swimming pool. The hipped roof of the original house had concrete roof tiles so in addition to creating complimenting roof lines, the roof material had to tie into what was there. For this reason, standing seam metal roofing was chosen and adds accents at the first floor sunroom addition that is adorned with white trim and panels to make a "garden room" and at the second story bay window projection. Orienting the large double hung windows to overlook the pool from the renovated family room and master suite allow the family to enjoy their yard views year around. The white painted brick ties old and new together seamlessly.