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A typical pair of our classic alcoves in brilliant white. In this example we added sound insulation against the rear walls of each alcove.
Meredith Heron Design
Donna Griffith for House and Home Magazine
The guesthouse of our Green Mountain Getaway follows the same recipe as the main house. With its soaring roof lines and large windows, it feels equally as integrated into the surrounding landscape. Photo by: Nat Rea Photography
Sheila Rich Interiors, LLC
A crisp and consistent color scheme and composition creates an airy, unified mood throughout the diminutive 13' x 13' living room. Dark hardwood floors add warmth and contrast. We added thick moldings to architecturally enhance the house. Gauzy cotton Roman shades dress new hurricane-proof windows and coax additional natural light into the home. Because of their versatility, pairs of furniture instead of single larger pieces are used throughout the home. This helps solve the space problem because these smaller pieces can be moved and stored easily. Photography Peter Rymwid
Photography - Courtney King Potography
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
Falken Reynolds Interiors
Photo: Ema Peter This 1,110 square foot loft in Vancouver’s Crosstown neighbourhood was completely renovated for a young professional couple splitting their time between Vancouver and New York.
With a heavy neutral color palette the pops of yellows and greens livens the space.
Black and Milk | Interior Design | London
Living room. Use of Mirrors to extend the space. This apartment is designed by Black and Milk Interior Design. They specialise in Modern Interiors for Modern London Homes. https://blackandmilk.co.uk
Greene Design LLC
Photography by Jack Gardner
Lane McNab Interiors
A 2012 project for Urban Orchard Interiors. For before and afters go to http://www.urbanorchardinteriors.com/bachelor-living-room-before-and-after/
Kevin Twitty Interiors
This room is the perfect example of sprucing up an outdated space. My client had a lot of her own things, it simply needed to be reupholstered, space planned and funked up with some color! Photo by Kevin Twitty
Kimball Starr Interior Design
Small space living solutions are used throughout this contemporary 596 square foot tiny house. Adjustable height table in the entry area serves as both a coffee table for socializing and as a dining table for eating. Curved banquette is upholstered in outdoor fabric for durability and maximizes space with hidden storage underneath the seat. Kitchen island has a retractable countertop for additional seating while the living area conceals a work desk and media center behind sliding shoji screens. Calming tones of sand and deep ocean blue fill the tiny bedroom downstairs. Glowing bedside sconces utilize wall-mounting and swing arms to conserve bedside space and maximize flexibility.
Jacob Snavely Photography
Simply Home Decorating
In this serene family home we worked in a palette of soft gray/blues and warm walnut wood tones that complimented the clients' collection of original South African artwork. We happily incorporated vintage items passed down from relatives and treasured family photos creating a very personal home where this family can relax and unwind. Interior Design by Lori Steeves of Simply Home Decorating Inc. Photos by Tracey Ayton Photography.
Michael Hershenson Architects
Mahoney Architects & Interiors
A modest and traditional living room
The original living room lost 6 feet of length to expand the kitchen and family room area. We repurposed this room to be an intimate Music Room which allowed my clients to keep their treasured piano. The smaller scale furniture still sits like much bigger pieces making this an inviting room now used more often than ever before. The colour palette is a play of sandy creams and watery blues which work day and night. In the day it's a soft bright inviting space. At night the lighting takes this room to a moody club like setting. joanne jakab interior design
Carl Mattison Design
The dining room wall was removed to open the space and give a larger feel to the home.