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My client was moving from a 5,000 sq ft home into a 1,365 sq ft townhouse. She wanted a clean palate and room for entertaining. The main living space on the first floor has 5 sitting areas, three are shown here. She travels a lot and wanted her art work to be showcased. We kept the overall color scheme black and white to help give the space a modern loft/ art gallery feel. the result was clean and modern without feeling cold. Randal Perry Photography
Mission Accomplished Interior Design & Staging
The living room is the centerpiece for this farm animal chic apartment, blending urban, modern & rustic in a uniquely Dallas feel. Photography by Anthony Ford Photography and Tourmaxx Real Estate Media
Photo by Mark Weinberg Interiors by Susan Taggart
Image: Chris Snook © 2014 Houzz
Modern pool and cabana where the granite ledge of Gloucester Harbor meet the manicured grounds of this private residence. The modest-sized building is an overachiever, with its soaring roof and glass walls striking a modern counterpoint to the property’s century-old shingle style home. Photo by: Nat Rea Photography
Additional Dwelling Unit / Small Great Room This wonderful accessory dwelling unit provides handsome gray/brown laminate flooring with a calming beige wall color for a bright and airy atmosphere.
River Birch Builders
Rustic 480 sq. ft. cabin in the Blue Ridge Mountains near Asheville, NC. Build with a combination of standard and rough-sawn framing materials. Special touches include custom-built kitchen cabinets of barn wood, wide-plank flooring of reclaimed Heart Pine, a ships ladder made from rough-sawn Hemlock, and a porch constructed entirely of weather resistant Locust. Builder: River Birch Builders Photography: William Britten williambritten.com
A Waylett Photography
David Matero Architecture
Darren Setlow Photography
The living room sits a few steps above the dining/kitchen area to take advantage of the spectacular views. Photo by Will Austin
The Brooklyn Home Company
11 foot reclaimed barn door made in TBHCo's upstate NY shop from reclaimed barn flooring. Installed here in the West Village NYC as a room divider.
An outdated 1960’s home with smaller rooms typical of this period was completely transformed into a timeless lakefront retreat that embraces the client’s traditions and memories. Anchoring it firmly in the present are modern appliances, extensive use of natural light, and a restructured floor plan that appears both spacious and intimate.
China Furniture and Arts
Asian themed loft space featuring the following products: Natural finish rosewood armchair with silk cushion and longevity symbol carving; double happiness porcelain blue and white lamp; gold leaf dancing cranes wall plaque; black matte finish Japanese Shinto cabinet. Photo By: Tri Ngo
Andrew A. Willett, Architect, PA
Photos by Jay Weiland
Design Concepts Elliman
The red chair to the left is a rocker and is made out of seat belts that have been dyed. The coffee table is concrete and can be used as additional seating and it is kid proof — no hammers however.