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Brittany Stiles Design
A 1940's bungalow was renovated and transformed for a small family. This is a small space - 800 sqft (2 bed, 2 bath) full of charm and character. Custom and vintage furnishings, art, and accessories give the space character and a layered and lived-in vibe. This is a small space so there are several clever storage solutions throughout. Vinyl wood flooring layered with wool and natural fiber rugs. Wall sconces and industrial pendants add to the farmhouse aesthetic. A simple and modern space for a fairly minimalist family. Located in Costa Mesa, California. Photos: Ryan Garvin
DANIELLE Interior Design & Decor
Accenting the teal glass backsplash tile with the vivid black and white rug is just what this small apartment needed. In this small spaces we tried to maximize space and organize effectively. We used minimal dicor and kept the tiny living room to the essentials. Designed by Interior Designer Danielle Perkins @ DANIELLE Interior Design & Decor. Photography by Taylor Abeel Photography.
FOUR POINT DESIGN BUILD INC
LOFT | Luxury Industrial Loft Makeover Downtown LA | FOUR POINT DESIGN BUILD INC A gorgeous and glamorous 687 sf Loft Apartment in the Heart of Downtown Los Angeles, CA. Small Spaces...BIG IMPACT is the theme this year: A wide open space and infinite possibilities. The Challenge: Only 3 weeks to design, resource, ship, install, stage and photograph a Downtown LA studio loft for the October 2014 issue of @dwellmagazine and the 2014 @dwellondesign home tour! So #Grateful and #honored to partner with the wonderful folks at #MetLofts and #DwellMagazine for the incredible design project! Photography by Riley Jamison #interiordesign #loftliving #StudioLoftLiving #smallspacesBIGideas #loft #DTLA AS SEEN IN Dwell Magazine LA Design Magazine
Wilkinson Brochier Interior Design
Small modern apartments benefit from a less is more design approach. To maximize space in this living room we used a rug with optical widening properties and wrapped a gallery wall around the seating area. Ottomans give extra seating when armchairs are too big for the space.
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
schemes & spaces
Studio space with private patio
Mission Accomplished Interior Design & Staging
Short term rental
Updated corner gas fireplace with mitered white marble pattern quartz hearth. Photo Credit - Studio Three Beau
Erin E. Kaiser, Kaiser Real Estate Sales, Inc
Shawn Seals, Fovea 360, LLC
Inspiration Furniture: TV stand West Elm: couch, lamp, throw pillows, copper side table PB Teen: surf rack
Addison Grace Design
Builder: Triumph Homes
A classic select grade natural oak. Timeless and versatile. With the Modin Collection, we have raised the bar on luxury vinyl plank. The result is a new standard in resilient flooring. Modin offers true embossed in register texture, a low sheen level, a rigid SPC core, an industry-leading wear layer, and so much more.
1st Impressions Design, LLC
Suburban, new-build townhome with neutral finishes, pops of color, and transitional style
Laura Fullow Designs
Custom built Industrial Secretary to keep everything in its place. Made out of white oak and black metal poles. Commissioned artwork from local artist hung above whiskey bar.