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John Kraemer & Sons
John Kraemer and Sons Modern Meets Rustic Master Bathroom
idea box dark wood down and up around fur down leave enough sheet rock for recess lights, not having to square off corners
Mid counter and handles
Modern meets rustic
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
Brush Prairie House
perfect mix of mid and dark
LOVE the openness and light (lots of windows), plus quirky but simple little design pieces
flow,ceiling lines , light and dark
light filled...danish modern
Thom Filicia Inc.
shelving in kitchens, I hate the cluttered look. But I don't mid this one. Parhaps its the all white colour scheme that does it.
-what it would look like if I kept everything light and bright
modern with old house
modern and pretty and cozy
overall feeling light and airy
Dark & light
Design 1 Kitchen & Bath
Simple Loft Kitchen Design
Light walls, light floors and cherry cabinets
The same galley layout but the island is more modern and open, loft stairs (City Loft).
notice how a light wood really opens up the place. whereas a dark wood would make it darker.
Loft, brick wall, modern
Mid table simple
Moore Architects, PC
Columbia Street Residence
entrance; a strong center access through the spaces carrying the focus from indoors to outdoors; traditional forms creating a crisp modern aesthetic of material, light, form and detail. The addition is respectful to the original house, but not without imposing its own place in time, commanding the rear
colonial satisfied all of the early 20th century requirements; formal front elevation with full porch, central foyer/stair hall bounded by formal rooms, private bedroom space on the second floor, and, no relationship to the backyard. Americans love their early century houses, but they do not love the way
way they function, forsaking usable modern first floor spaces such as kitchen, mudroom, family room, powder room, and a strong connection to the back yard. In this case, the solid house ignored the backyard with its original 1920’s kitchen dumping out onto the left side of the house; there was a total
Hudson Place Realty
Magnificent Hudson Street Mansion
19th century provenance, 6000+ square feet and outstanding architectural elements, 913 Hudson Street captures the essence of its prominent address and rich history. An extensive and thoughtful renovation has revived this exceptional home to its original elegance while being mindful of the modern-day
complete with gas grill, refrigeration and storage drawers. The generous side yard allows for 3 sides of windows, infusing the home with natural light. The 21st century design conveniently features the kitchen, living & dining rooms on the parlor floor, that suits both elaborate entertaining and a more private
Maybe a bit more modern wld be great
ACR Villa Skovly
using "antique" table with a modern look
THAN VANITY IS PUT MID ROO HERE INSTEAD OF HOOKS COULD BE CLOSET TALL CABINETS
LOVE the sink -- modern, yet traditional!!!
White sink against brown top doesn't look as modern
the wood classic table with clean lined modern sinks looks like but boxes ion top of dining room table temporarily but some may find interesting
The dilapidated bathrooms had to be modernized. On the ground floor, Ranke combined separate toilet and shower rooms to create a larger bathroom with enough room for a small laundry area behind this partial wall. Tile: Inalco, Foster Gris Mate; sinks: Kvik
Kristen Rivoli Interior Design
available than not. The room flows well, even though there isn't a ton of space. The mirrored wall definitely opens the space up and reflects a lot of light.
modern lamp, variety of pillows and art against clean lines and neutral colors
The new modern mix consists of sleek furnishings adorned by eclectic accessories. Adding toss cushions in complementary colors and repeating finishes (the floor lamp's metal finish mimics that of the sofa legs) allows a modern sofa to conform to any design style.
vintage pillows enlivens this dark modern sofa, giving it global style.
providing an extra spot to sleep for the occasional guest. When decorating around it, treat it as a couch. You’ll find it will easily transition into your modern space.