Living Room, Family Room & Stairs Beyond
Living Room, Family Room & Stairs Beyond
ODS Architecture
Going up the Victorian front stair you enter Unit B at the second floor which opens to a flexible living space - previously there was no interior stair access to all floors so part of the task was to create a stairway that joined three floors together - so a sleek new stair tower was added. Photo Credit: John Sutton Photography
Luxury Kitchen Remodel
Luxury Kitchen Remodel
Kandrac & Kole Interior Designs, Inc.
This was a full gut an renovation. The existing kitchen had very dated cabinets and didn't function well for the clients. A previous desk area was turned into hidden cabinetry to house the microwave and larger appliances and to keep the countertops clutter free. The original pendants were about 4" wide and were inappropriate for the large island. They were replaced with larger, brighter and more sophisticated pendants. The use of panel ready appliances with large matte black hardware made gave this a clean and sophisticated look. Mosaic tile was installed from the countertop to the ceiling and wall sconces were installed over the kitchen window. A different tile was used in the bar area which has a beverage refrigerator and an ice machine and floating shelves. The cabinetry in this area also includes a pullout drawer for dog food.
Pantry Storage Solution
Pantry Storage Solution
Abundance Organizing
Pull out drawers create accessible storage solution in a tall pantry cabinet.
370 Arapahoe
370 Arapahoe
Red Pepper Design & Cabinetry
Even small kitchens need "breathing space" so we interrupted the pantry with an open bookcase then repeated the open shelving around a mirror (middle condo unit with no window on the long wall) over the banquette. The space feels bigger with the mirror.
Lake View Modern
Lake View Modern
Thomas Shafer Architects LLC
Steve Hall @ Hedrich Blessing Photographers
Rooftop Garden with Pergola and Fencing for Outdoor Seating Area
Rooftop Garden with Pergola and Fencing for Outdoor Seating Area
Amber Freda Garden Design
This rooftop garden on Manhattan's Upper East Side features an ipe pergola and fencing that provides both shade and privacy to a seating area. Plantings include spiral junipers and boxwoods in terra cotta and Corten steel planters. Wisteria vines grow up custom-built lattices. See more of our projects at www.amberfreda.com.
Danmark
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