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Gavin Lim - Lumida Studios
The rich leather furniture and time worn credenza blend beautifully with the Global Gem Coastal Collection Hickory Cockle vinyl plank we installed.
Che Bella Interiors
Prior to the remodel this home was 100% original and left to age while the homeowner moved on. Our clients are the second homeowner to the home, and we helped to keep the original feeling of the home as well as worked to reuse the original St. Charles steel cabinets where possible. The clients found a second steel cabinet Kitchen out of state which allowed us to add a few additional cabinets in this office off the Kitchen.
This room can either be a bedroom or home office. It has a separate bath from the other bedrooms so that it can have this dual functionality. The décor in this room was presented with a more modern look.
Rich Bailey Construction LLC
David Epperly Photography
J&J Carpet One Floor & Home
Primal White Laminate flooring from Carolina Home was used on the ceiling to enhance the rustic coastal vibe of the office. For the flooring, COREtec Plus luxury vinyl plank in Hudson Valley Oak with color variations of warm greys and dark toned browns complements the grey in the ceiling and is the perfect mixture of coastal and farmhouse style. For the final touches, the walls were covered in a bright white shiplap, and an oversized recessed niche with cork provides a place for Brittany to display her latest remodels and current design inspiration.
CM Fresh Perspectives
A tobacco basket is a great place to hold product catalogs as well as a space to hold client samples.
Francisco LOPEZ | FEEL INTERIEUR
Crédit photos : Sabine Serrad
Wreath on the Door
This craft room is in a newly built home, and contains built in shelving on two walls, laminate wood look flooring and a custom painted, striped table along with custom painted benches and chairs. To see other rooms in this home, go to www.wreathonthedoor.com.
Michelle Dirkse Interior Design
J&J Carpet One Floor & Home
Designer Brittany Hutt received a new office, which she had the pleasure of personally designing herself! Brittany’s objective was to make her office functional and have it reflect her personal taste and style. Brittany specified Norcraft Cabinetry’s Gerrit door style in the Divinity White Finish to make the small sized space feel bigger and brighter, but was sure to keep storage and practicality in mind. The wall-to-wall cabinets feature two large file drawers, a trash pullout, a cabinet with easy access to a printer, and of course plenty of storage for design books and other papers. To make the brass hardware feel more cohesive throughout the space, the Dakota style Sconces in a Warm Brass Finish from Savoy House were added above the cabinetry. The sconces provide more light and are the perfect farmhouse accent with a modern touch.
design by Christina Perry | Interior Design
We gave this living space a complete update including new paint, flooring, lighting, furnishings, and decor. Interior Design & Photography: design by Christina Perry
Interiors by Maite Granda
Feature In: Visit Miami Beach Magazine & Island Living A nice young couple contacted us from Brazil to decorate their newly acquired apartment. We schedule a meeting through Skype and from the very first moment we had a very good feeling this was going to be a nice project and people to work with. We exchanged some ideas, comments, images and we explained to them how we were used to worked with clients overseas and how important was to keep communication opened. They main concerned was to find a solution for a giant structure leaning column in the main room, as well as how to make the kitchen, dining and living room work together in one considerably small space with few dimensions. Whether it was a holiday home or a place to rent occasionally, the requirements were simple, Scandinavian style, accent colors and low investment, and so we did it. Once the proposal was signed, we got down to work and in two months the apartment was ready to welcome them with nice scented candles, flowers and delicious Mojitos from their spectacular view at the 41th floor of one of Miami's most modern and tallest building. Rolando Diaz Photography