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Gut Gut
Bratislava Apartment
in Bratislava, Slovakia, by Gut Gut. The character of the existing space is quite raw, with painted brick and a scalloped concrete ceiling. The interior design does not try to compete with this context, instead fitting as much as possible within the space. Note the shelving on the right cut into the brick
“Like brickwalls” — HamboneJ
Kelly Porter
Family Room with Brown Sofa
rugs or carpeting for their homes I always go to natural materials like wool, or natural-material blends like wool, cotton, jute, sisal,” notes interior designer Anastasia Faiella. “Wool rugs are the best, because they are easy to clean, and, being an organic material, they look better to me while feeling
“rug with wall colors” — C. Faye Designs
ibrahim radwan
utopia projects
every day and show off on your home tour. Hardware accents and facade finishes can dress up a plain pocket door panel and help it mesh with any interior design.
“Repisa” — hzunigac
Glennwood Custom Builders (NC)
10 Reviews
Creek Hollow Castle
the guest bathroom. Pebbles and copper slate bring in the rustic, while copper faucets and a beautifully finished vanity add sophistication.Team:Interior design: Pam McKay, Dianne Davant and AssociatesCustom cabinetry: Kip Driver, Advance CabinetryBuilder: Glennwood Custom Builders
“Bath tube” — jackyf
RLH Studio
2 Reviews
Country Home
Interior designer Renée Hallberg RLH Studio agrees. "Everybody loves a sunporch, but in Minneapolis we need our porch to function in the dead of winter while still maintaining the screen-porch
“Chairs & ottomon” — Judy Christensen
Michelle Hinckley
Living Room / Dining Room.
Michelle says, "I am very budget-conscious, so most of my style comes from drooling over interior design magazines, then setting out to re-create a similar look." The ottoman in the living room is a Michelle original. It's covered in white vinyl, making it much easier to clean than leather, but with
“Color” — meeyen
TAS Construction
4 Reviews
Interior designer Barbara Granett framed a large map of Paris in raw steel with brass screws behind the breakfast nook. This traditional element, along with the yellow toile upholstered bench, contrasts with the clean-lined and modern Saarinen table, Klismos-style chairs and Jonathan Adler pendant. Table:
“Map print” — pmklassen
Jamie Herzlinger
4 Reviews
Jamie Herzlinger
Celebrate luxury. "My inspiration for this bathroom was modern elegance," says Jamie Herzlinger of Jamie Herzlinger Interior Design. "Modern can sometimes get very cold, but freestanding tubs celebrate luxury and sensuality. So I personally always feel that if you have the time
“tub” — jhr9523
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