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Arias Home LLC
This project was a rehabilitation from a 1926 maid's quarters into a guesthouse. Tiny house.
The Mountain Dragonfly
This candle holder is an eclectic blend of hammered silver paint, alcohol ink, flowers,beads, and a flower imprinted polymer clay skull. This piece measures 4.75" tall by 3.5" wide.
Яшина Мария | Different Rooms
Hannah Dee Interiors
Architexture Interior Design
A great way to use strong colors is to paint only an accent wall. Colors that would be overpowering painted on all 4 walls of a room can create some excitement when painted only on an accent wall. That’s why we chose to paint the accent wall in the guest room in a burnt orange.
Tabula Rasa Home Staging, LLC
This staging is an Occupied Reset using the owners furnishings.
BOLDWIN DOORS LTD.
Teakwood Builders, Inc.
Teakwood designed and built this multi-function bar area. Custom cherry cabinets boast oil-rubbed bronze hardware, upper glass panels and discreet undercabinet lighting concealed by valance trim. Wine storage fits neatly beneath the television cabinet. Cut out of the granite countertop is a beer tap for the kegerator installed below Scott Bergmann Photography
Nearly Natural, Inc.
Looking for the perfect orchid with absolutely no maintenance? The 27" triple stem phalaenopsis is a classic orchid to be enjoyed by all, even the most discriminating customer. Each silk plant comes with three beautiful phalaenopsis stems each with 6 flowers and 2 buds. Finished with a gorgeous glazed ceramic vase designed to coordinate with any decor, this beauty will bring color and life into any space.
Colin Price Photography
Design Theory Interiors of California, Inc
photos courtesy of Chris Little Photography, Atlanta, GA
In collaboration with architect Joan Heaton, we came up with this design for an English styled pub for the basement of a Vermont ski chalet. It involved quite a bit of curved woodworking as well as many hand carved details. It is made of Honduran Mahogany with an oil rubbed finish. The combination of these elements give it a bold yet delicate impression. The contractor for this project was Brothers Construction, Waitsfield, Vermont. The architect was Joan Heaton Architecture, Bristol, Vermont, and the photographs are by Susan Teare of Essex Junction, Vermont
Eleanor Jane Interiors
Fun and colourful bedroom for the tractor-obsessive!