529 Billeder af soveværelse med kalkstensgulv
Dalrymple | Sallis Architecture
Beck Builders, Inc.
Meredith Marlow Interiors
Master bedroom with custom wood and leather headboard, custom drapery
Nautilus Architects LLC
It’s an oft-heard design objective among folks building or renovating a home these days: “We want to bring the outdoors in!” Indeed, visually or spatially connecting the interior of a home with its surroundings is a great way to make spaces feel larger, improve daylight levels and, best of all, embrace Nature. Most of us enjoy being outside, and when we get a sense of that while inside it has a profoundly positive effect on the experience of being at home.
Morantz Custom Cabinetry Inc.
Custom Walnut Wall: Morantz Custom Cabinetry Inc General Contractor: Century Builders Interior Designer: RU Design We built this walnut bedroom wall with three 30" nite tables and upper valance box with integrated LED spots. Walnut reveals split up the design and made it possible to get this wall into a small elevator. It was assembled on site with careful planning and coordination with electrician.
Design Theory Studio
Modern-glam full house design project. Photography by: Jenny Siegwart
This 6,500-square-foot one-story vacation home overlooks a golf course with the San Jacinto mountain range beyond. The house has a light-colored material palette—limestone floors, bleached teak ceilings—and ample access to outdoor living areas. Builder: Bradshaw Construction Architect: Marmol Radziner Interior Design: Sophie Harvey Landscape: Madderlake Designs Photography: Roger Davies
Camera con salotto e camino
La Maison de Mon Père
Rénovation d'une chambre parentale, Suspension vertigo petite friture
Project: Le Petit Hopital in Provence Limestone Elements by Ancient Surfaces Project Renovation completed in 2012 Situated in a quiet, bucolic setting surrounded by lush apple and cherry orchards, Petit Hopital is a refurbished eighteenth century Bastide farmhouse. With manicured gardens and pathways that seem as if they emerged from a fairy tale. Petit Hopital is a quintessential Provencal retreat that merges natural elements of stone, wind, fire and water. Talking about water, Ancient Surfaces made sure to provide this lovely estate with unique and one of a kind fountains that are simply out of this world. The villa is in proximity to the magical canal-town of Isle Sur La Sorgue and within comfortable driving distance of Avignon, Carpentras and Orange with all the French culture and history offered along the way. The grounds at Petit Hopital include a pristine swimming pool with a Romanesque wall fountain full with its thick stone coping surround pieces. The interior courtyard features another special fountain for an even more romantic effect. Cozy outdoor furniture allows for splendid moments of alfresco dining and lounging. The furnishings at Petit Hopital are modern, comfortable and stately, yet rather quaint when juxtaposed against the exposed stone walls. The plush living room has also been fitted with a fireplace. Antique Limestone Flooring adorned the entire home giving it a surreal out of time feel to it. The villa includes a fully equipped kitchen with center island featuring gas hobs and a separate bar counter connecting via open plan to the formal dining area to help keep the flow of the conversation going.
Tate Studio Architects
Beautiful Master Bedroom Fireplace with Basalt Slab Hearth and Limestone slab floor. Photo by Thompson Photographic.