1.633 Billeder af spisestue med kalkstensgulv
Dan Ruhland Designs LLC
Custom Breakfast Table, chairs, built-in bench. Saw-tooth Adjustable display shelves. Photo by Laura Moss
Neolithic Design Stone and Tile
Neolithic Design is the ultimate source for rare reclaimed limestone architectural elements salvaged from across the Mediterranean. We stock a vast collection of newly hand carved and reclaimed fireplaces, fountains, pavers, flooring, enteryways, stone sinks, and much more in California for fast delivery. We also create custom tailored master pieces for our clients. For more information call (949) 955-0414 or (310) 289-0414
Granit Architects + Interiors
Photo Credit: Andy Beasley
Design Directives, LLC
Large dining room with wine storage wall. Custom mahogany table with Dakota Jackson chairs. Wet bar with lighted liquor display, Project designed by Susie Hersker’s Scottsdale interior design firm Design Directives. Design Directives is active in Phoenix, Paradise Valley, Cave Creek, Carefree, Sedona, and beyond. For more about Design Directives, click here: https://susanherskerasid.com/ To learn more about this project, click here: https://susanherskerasid.com/desert-contemporary/
Hubley Design Interiors, LLC
Architect, T.A. Krebs
Sargent Architectural Photography
Figura Kitchens & Interiors
A small kitchen designed around the oak beams, resulting in a space conscious design. All units were painted & with a stone work surface. The Acorn door handles were designed specially for this clients kitchen. In the corner a curved bench was attached onto the wall creating additional seating around a circular table. The large wall pantry with bi-fold doors creates a fantastic workstation & storage area for food & appliances. The small island adds an extra work surface and has storage space.
MODEL DESIGN INC.
Double-height dining room with overlooking balcony is finished with a limestone split face wall.
Verity & Beverley Ltd
Refurbishment and extension of a Grade II Listed property in the Cotswolds, parts of which date from the 17th Century. The Clients brief was to retain and enhance the existing period features whilst achieving a contemporary, minimalist look and feel to the property
Rande Leaman Interior Design
The dining room area is situated just off the entry and incorporated the clean mid-century design aesthetic my clients were looking for. We chose the art (from their amazing collection!) to compliment the dining room.
Pippa Wilson Photography
Natalie Davies Interior Design
It's difficult to imagine that this beautiful light-filled space was once a dark and draughty old barn with a leaking roof! Adjoining a Georgian farmhouse, the barn has been completely renovated and knocked through to the main house to create a large open plan family area with mezzanine level. Zoned into living and dining areas, the barn incorporates bi-folding doors on two elevations opening the space up completely to both front and rear gardens. Egyptian limestone flooring has been used for the whole downstairs area, whilst a neutral carpet has been used for the stairs and mezzanine level.