With the birth of the homeowners’ second child, their two-bedroom one-bath arts & crafts cottage had become too small.  A master bedroom suite was needed.  As part of an earlier kitchen renovation, Comfort Architecture had opened up the ceiling and stair to the attic where there was space, but the headroom was too low.  By removing a portion of the roof and inserting a shingle style addition, Comfort Architecture was able to provide a master bedroom suite, complete with clerestory windows to drench the master bathroom with daylight.