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Dawn Hearn Interior Design
This gracious master bedroom looks out over the central Texas hills. Custom traversing draperies allow a clear view outside but fully close across the window when needed. A pair of Currey and Company lamps add a touch of glamour. A shaped, upholstered bed is the foundation for a neutral quilted coverlet, reversible duvet and accent pillows. Tre Dunham with Fine Focus Photography
Toll Brothers, Inc.
Bridleridge model home
Daniel Contelmo Architects
Master bedroom Photo by: Daniel Contelmo Jr.
Lauren Rubin Architecture
Beau Clowney Architects
The double window sitting area expands the ocean view from the master bedroom which is elegantly decorated in a neutral palate. Photo Credit: Julia Lynn
Charles Aaron Homes
Rockefeller Kempel Architects
Chango & Co.
Architecture, Interior Design, Custom Furniture Design & Art Curation by Chango & Co.
Equilibrium Interior Design Inc
What do teenager’s need most in their bedroom? Personalized space to make their own, a place to study and do homework, and of course, plenty of storage! This teenage girl’s bedroom not only provides much needed storage and built in desk, but does it with clever interplay of millwork and three-dimensional wall design which provide niches and shelves for books, nik-naks, and all teenage things. What do teenager’s need most in their bedroom? Personalized space to make their own, a place to study and do homework, and of course, plenty of storage! This teenage girl’s bedroom not only provides much needed storage and built in desk, but does it with clever interplay of three-dimensional wall design which provide niches and shelves for books, nik-naks, and all teenage things. While keeping the architectural elements characterizing the entire design of the house, the interior designer provided millwork solution every teenage girl needs. Not only aesthetically pleasing but purely functional. Along the window (a perfect place to study) there is a custom designed L-shaped desk which incorporates bookshelves above countertop, and large recessed into the wall bins that sit on wheels and can be pulled out from underneath the window to access the girl’s belongings. The multiple storage solutions are well hidden to allow for the beauty and neatness of the bedroom and of the millwork with multi-dimensional wall design in drywall. Black out window shades are recessed into the ceiling and prepare room for the night with a touch of a button, and architectural soffits with led lighting crown the room. Cabinetry design by the interior designer is finished in bamboo material and provides warm touch to this light bedroom. Lower cabinetry along the TV wall are equipped with combination of cabinets and drawers and the wall above the millwork is framed out and finished in drywall. Multiple niches and 3-dimensional planes offer interest and more exposed storage. Soft carpeting complements the room giving it much needed acoustical properties and adds to the warmth of this bedroom. This custom storage solution is designed to flow with the architectural elements of the room and the rest of the house. Photography: Craig Denis
Cavetto Homes LLC
Studio KW Photography
Master Bedroom by Masterpiece Design Group. Photo credit Studio KW Photography Wall color is CL 2923M "Flourishing" by Color Wheel. Lamps are from Wayfair.com. Black and white chair by Dr Kincaid #5627 & the fabric shown is candlewick. Fabrics are comforter Belfast - warm grey, yellow pillows Duralee fabric: 50816-258Mustard. Yellow & black pillow fabric is no longer available. Drapes & pillows Kravet fabric:: Raid in Jet. Black tables are from Wayfair.com. 3 drawer chest: "winter woods" by Steinworld and the wall art is from Zgallerie "Naples Bowl" The wall detail is 1/2" round applied on top of 1x8. Hope this helps everyone.
John David Rulon
My client for this project was a builder/ developer. He had purchased a flat two acre parcel with vineyards that was within easy walking distance of downtown St. Helena. He planned to “build for sale” a three bedroom home with a separate one bedroom guest house, a pool and a pool house. He wanted a modern type farmhouse design that opened up to the site and to the views of the hills beyond and to keep as much of the vineyards as possible. The house was designed with a central Great Room consisting of a kitchen area, a dining area, and a living area all under one roof with a central linear cupola to bring natural light into the middle of the room. One approaches the entrance to the home through a small garden with water features on both sides of a path that leads to a covered entry porch and the front door. The entry hall runs the length of the Great Room and serves as both a link to the bedroom wings, the garage, the laundry room and a small study. The entry hall also serves as an art gallery for the future owner. An interstitial space between the entry hall and the Great Room contains a pantry, a wine room, an entry closet, an electrical room and a powder room. A large deep porch on the pool/garden side of the house extends most of the length of the Great Room with a small breakfast Room at one end that opens both to the kitchen and to this porch. The Great Room and porch open up to a swimming pool that is on on axis with the front door. The main house has two wings. One wing contains the master bedroom suite with a walk in closet and a bathroom with soaking tub in a bay window and separate toilet room and shower. The other wing at the opposite end of the househas two children’s bedrooms each with their own bathroom a small play room serving both bedrooms. A rear hallway serves the children’s wing, a Laundry Room and a Study, the garage and a stair to an Au Pair unit above the garage. A separate small one bedroom guest house has a small living room, a kitchen, a toilet room to serve the pool and a small covered porch. The bedroom is ensuite with a full bath. This guest house faces the side of the pool and serves to provide privacy and block views ofthe neighbors to the east. A Pool house at the far end of the pool on the main axis of the house has a covered sitting area with a pizza oven, a bar area and a small bathroom. Vineyards were saved on all sides of the house to help provide a private enclave within the vines. The exterior of the house has simple gable roofs over the major rooms of the house with sloping ceilings and large wooden trusses in the Great Room and plaster sloping ceilings in the bedrooms. The exterior siding through out is painted board and batten siding similar to farmhouses of other older homes in the area. Clyde Construction: General Contractor Photographed by: Paul Rollins
ID Studio Interiors
This room features: armchair, bedroom bench, bedroom sofa, canopy bed, drapes, fireplace mantel, four poster bed, oriental rug, silver reading lamp, upholstered headboard, valence, wood barrel ceiling, and a wood nighstand.
Motorized blackout draperies and sheers.
We drew inspiration from traditional prairie motifs and updated them for this modern home in the mountains. Throughout the residence, there is a strong theme of horizontal lines integrated with a natural, woodsy palette and a gallery-like aesthetic on the inside. Interiors by Alchemy Design Photography by Todd Crawford Built by Tyner Construction