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Kitchen/Breakfast Room: Robert Schwartz and Karen Williams for St Charles
kitchen was small and partitioned off, so the designers opened it up to the breakfast room (see photos following) to “enhance and embrace today’s open lifestyle where people combine cooking and living in one room,” says Schwartz.The custom pot rack is from Ann-Morris, Inc.
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Best of Houzz 2014
Best of Houzz 2014
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Kerrie L. Kelly
Vintage Modern Living
am loving the mix of indigo and metals, such as bronze and copper, to bring some sassiness to winter,” says Shaynna Blaze interior designer from LifeStyle Channel’s Selling Houses Australia and judge from The Block on Channel 9.
My Houzz: Contemporary Clasic in the Netherlands
Simple, white Roman blinds dress the large windows in the master bedroom."We always look around us in restaurants, hotels, shops, lifestyle magazines, on vacation," Petra says. "Design ideas come from everywhere."
Dylan Chappell Architects
Today's dwellings increasingly save energy, provide more functions in less space, promote a healthier lifestyle and are integrated with technology, and the ways architects are designing and building homes are changing too. Educating yourself on the different
Diane Paparo Associates
Modern Suburban Home
This room goes for the gusto by bringing in many elements of the army lifestyle: camo print, metal via the ladder and even a multipurpose storage bench on casters. Here camouflage pops up only in the bedding, which is a great way to introduce the print without having it smack you right in the face.
Menter Architects LLC
Garage renovated for family play
What used to be a storage area filled with boxes and random things is now a space that reflects the current lifestyle of this family. "[My clients] can always convert the pavilion into an office, music room or an in-law apartment in the future, but for now, it meets the needs of their fun and active
Larson Shores Architects
pretreated to look weathered. The more minimalist windows, black trim, black roof and uncluttered interior satisfy the clients' love of a simplified Zen lifestyle and aesthetic.
Alex Amend Photography
AA: Did the outdoor additions change your lifestyle?SA: There was a deck that ran the length of the living room, but it was too narrow to enjoy the space outside. We created the deck off of the dining room with sliding window doors to make the space feel larger and create an indoor-outdoor feel. It
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