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The new furniture layout maximizes the space and flow and allows the client to entertain in comfort and style!
Kevin Twitty Interiors
This room is the perfect example of sprucing up an outdated space. My client had a lot of her own things, it simply needed to be reupholstered, space planned and funked up with some color! Photo by Kevin Twitty
The Syndicate Companies
39 Gramercy Park North - Living Room toward the kitchen
Brewster Thornton Group Architects, LLP
Robert Brewster Photography
Grand Home Solutions, Inc
Living, Dining and Foyer
Photo: Shannon Malone © 2013 Houzz
Mandeville Canyon Designs
Morgante Wilson Architects
Morgante Wilson Architects added color and pattern to this Music Room. The lounge chairs are covered in fabric from Carnegie. The Artisitc Frame side chairs bring in more color. A pendant from Currey & Co. hangs above. Werner Straube Photography
Omega Stone Mantels
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Architect Mason Kirby Inc.
Removing a few walls opens up this little living room to the adjacent dining room, and keeps the cozy feeling without the claustrophobia. New built-in book shelves flank the fireplace, providing ample library space for window seat reading. A hanging chandelier provides light an elegant atmosphere, added to by matching pink chairs, ivory busts, and large area rugs. This cozy retreat is in the Panhandle in San Francisco. Photo Credit: Molly Decoudreaux
Webber + Studio, Architects
© Tom McConnell Photography
New rooms with new uses orient around the openings, creating clarity and flow. Art, sculpture and light liberate the space. Photographer Joe Fletcher, Matthew Millman
Mark English Architects, AIA
photos: Matthew Millman This 1100 SF space is a reinvention of an early 1960s unit in one of two semi-circular apartment towers near San Francisco’s Aquatic Park. The existing design ignored the sweeping views and featured the same humdrum features one might have found in a mid-range suburban development from 40 years ago. The clients who bought the unit wanted to transform the apartment into a pied a terre with the feel of a high-end hotel getaway: sleek, exciting, sexy. The apartment would serve as a theater, revealing the spectacular sights of the San Francisco Bay.