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Creative Design Construction, Inc.
A basement renovation complete with a custom home theater, gym, seating area, full bar, and showcase wine cellar.
Tina Colebrook Architect
This client approached us to help her redesign her kitchen. It turned out to be a redesign of their spacious kitchen, informal dining, wet bar, work desk & pantry. Our design started with the clean-up of some intrusive structure. We were able to replace a dropped beam and post with a larger flush beam and removed and intrusively placed post. This simple structural change opened up more design opportunities and helped the areas flow easily between one another. Special attention was applied to the show stopping stained gray kitchen island which became the focal point of the kitchen. The previous L-shaped was lined with columns and arches visually closing itself and its users off from the living and dining areas nearby. The owner was able to source a beautiful one piece slab of honed Vermont white danby marble for the island. This spacious island provides generous seating for 4-5 people and plenty of space for cooking prep and clean up. After removing the arches from the island area we did not want to clutter up the space, so two lantern fixtures from Circa lighting were selected to add an eye attracting detail as well as task lighting. The island isn’t the only pageant winner in this kitchen, the range wall has plenty to look at with the Wolf cook top, the custom vent hood, by Modern-Aire, and classic Carrera marble subway tile back splash and the perimeter counter top of honed absolute black granite. Phoography: Tina Colebrook
Martha O'Hara Interiors
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Spaces By Juliana Linssen, Inc.
Mark Pinkerton - vi360 Photography
Darius Kuzmickas This private residence also features Niche's Pharos pendants in Crimson glass, which make a bold statement hanging from the high ceiling above the bar. The color choice is the perfect complement to the block-style countertop and reclaimed redwood prominent in the rustic room.
A 2nd doorway in the stone wall previously closed up was opened up and all plaster was removed from the wall to reveal the original stone and brick work. A wet bar with a kegarator and a copper sink was installed and faux beam was used to conceal piping and add visual interests Photo by Abbe Forman
Fine Line Kitchens Inc.
AFTER: BAR | We completely redesigned the bar structure by opening it up. It was previously closed on one side so we wanted to be able to walk through to the living room. We created a floor to ceiling split vase accent wall behind the bar to give the room some texture and break up the white walls. We carried over the tile from the entry to the bar and used hand stamped carrara marble to line the front of the bar and used a smoky blue glass for the bar counters. | Renovations + Design by Blackband Design | Photography by Tessa Neustadt