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Staircase with built in joinery under treads with cable wire handrail. Built in joinery storage with matching oak timber shelves to floorboards. Image by: Jack Lovel Photography
Nick Smith Photography
Гостиная совмещенная с кухней 28 кв.м.
Davey McEathron Architecture
Having a small child, loving to entertain and looking to declutter and kid-proof the gathering spaces of their home in the quaint village of Rockville Centre, Long Island, a stone’s throw from Manhattan, our client’s main objective was to have their living room and den transformed with a family friendly home makeover with mid-century modern tones boasting a formal, yet relaxed spirit Stepping into the home we found their living room and den both architecturally well appointed yet in need of modern transitional furniture pieces and the pops of color our clients admired, as there was a substantial amount of cool, cold grays in the rooms. Decor Aid designer Vivian C. approached the design and placement of the pieces sourced to be kid-friendly while remaining sophisticated and practical for entertaining. “We played off of the clients love for blush pinks, mid-century modern and turquoise. We played with the use of gold and silver metals to mix it up.” In the living room, we used the prominent bay window and its illuminating natural light as the main architectural focal point, while the fireplace and mantels soft white tone helped inform the minimalist color palette for which we styled the room around. To add warmth to the living room we played off of the clients love for blush pinks and turquoise while elevating the room with flashes of gold and silver metallic pieces. For a sense of play and to tie the space together we punctuated the kid-friendly living room with an eclectic juxtaposition of colors and materials, from a beautifully patchworked geometric cowhide rug from All Modern, to a whimsical mirror placed over an unexpected, bold geometric credenza, to the blush velvet barrel chair and abstract blue watercolor pillows. “When sourcing furniture and objects, we chose items that had rounded edges and were shatter proof as it was vital to keep each room’s decor childproof.” Vivian ads. Their vision for the den remained chic, with comfort and practical functionality key to create an area for the young family to come together. For the den, our main challenge was working around the pre-existing dark gray sectional sofa. To combat its chunkiness, we played off of the hues in the cubist framed prints placed above and focused on blue and orange accents which complement and play off of each other well. We selected orange storage ottomans in easy to clean, kid-friendly leather to maximize space and functionality. To personalize the appeal of the den we included black and white framed family photos. In the end, the result created a fun, relaxed space where our clients can enjoy family moments or watch a game while taking in the scenic view of their backyard. For harmony between the rooms, the overall tone for each room is mid-century modern meets bold, yet classic contemporary through the use of mixed materials and fabrications including marble, stone, metals and plush velvet, creating a cozy yet sophisticated enough atmosphere for entertaining family and friends and raising a young children. “The result od this family friendly room was really fantastic! Adding some greenery, more pillows and throws really made the space pop.” Vivian C. Decor Aid’s Designer
Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
The ceiling heights in this 1971 home are very dramatic for such a small home. We have updated all the furnishings through the spaces.
Garage Doors Unlimited
We used a black anodized overhead glass door for these apartment complexes out in San Diego. These doors allow for a modern addition to any home and are very multi-purpose. Sarah F.
The main level at this modern farmhouse has a great room and den bookended by stone fireplaces. The kitchen is at the center of the main living spaces where we designed multiple islands for smart base cabinet storage which still allows visual connection from the kitchen to all spaces. The open living spaces serve the owner’s desire to create a comfortable environment for entertaining during large family gatherings. There are plenty of spaces where everyone can spread out whether it be eating or cooking, watching TV or just chatting by the fireplace. The main living spaces also act as a privacy buffer between the master suite and a guest suite. Photography by Todd Crawford.
Propel Studio Architecture
Design - Propel Studio Architecture - https://www.propelstudio.com/eliot-sustainable-adu Structural - Michael Daubenberger - https://www.linkedin.com/in/michael-daubenberger-5b1a5421/ Construction - JLTB Construction - http://www.jltbconstruction.com/ Photography - Josh Partee - http://www.joshpartee.com
Fougeron Architecture FAIA
View from dining room towards living room and kitchen. Open to flex space above and small roof deck. Joe Fletcher Photography
Interior Design Shoppe
Photography: Paulina Ochoa Photography Furniture & Lamps: Where on Earth Did You Get That? Antique Mall Acessories & Artwork: Mid-Century Dweller, Ursela Ciechanska Design & Decoration: Collage Interiors
Studio Petretti Architecture
Living Room with ample natural light
Multi Functional Space: Mid Century Urban Studio For this guest bedroom and office space, we work with texture, contrasting colors and your existing pieces to pull together a multifunctional space. We'll move the desk near the closet, where we'll add in a comfortable black and leather desk chair. A statement art piece and a light will pull together the office. For the guest bed, we'll utilize the small nook near the windows. An articulating wall light, mountable shelf and basket will provide some functionality and comfort for guests. Cozy pillows and lush bedding enhance the cozy feeling. A small gallery wall featuring Society6 prints and a couple frames for family photos adds an interesting focal point. For the other wall, we'll have a TV plant and chair. This would be a great spot for a play area and the baskets throughout the room will provide storage.
Mcmahon and Nerlich
Living room makes the most of the light and space and colours relate to charred black timber cladding