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Hammer Architects
5 Reviews
001. Modern Renovation & Addition, Hingham MA
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The architects also saved the original large chimney and hearth seen on the left. While dreaming of moving from their traditional home to their new modern home, the owners knew they would be starting fresh with new minimalist furnishings and decor.The doors at the end of this room lead to a screened-in
“Beams” — mdsu
Bellacasa Design Associates, Inc.
Georgian Row
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forthright. Sure, there’s the rarefied 1 percent out there, whose houses we lust over in Traditional Home and Architectural Digest. But for most of us, clients are normal, average people who:Want a beautiful home, by their definition, not ours.Don’t want to break the bank to do it.And often think of us
“Grey horse Benjamin Moore wall color” — ritadeas
Anston Paving Stones
Malvern Project
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can communicate it to your team. The styles you gravitate to can have ripple effects on your project. A modern home might require a different way of thinking about space than a traditional home, and that can affect how the rooms are laid out. Look at lots of photos or create a Houzz ideabook to share with
Create dramatic contrastsNatural stone pavers laid in a traditional pattern of different size rectangles butt into a curved timber deck, making a bold design statement in this contemporary Melbourne garden. The curved wall
“outside space” — mudhut1
KCS, Inc.
Contemporary Farmhouse
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don't be limited by, your home's architecture. The fire pit shown here has a sleek, modern look yet fits in beautifully with the traditional home, thanks to the bluestone on the fire pit surround. If you are having trouble envisioning how a certain fireplace would look with your home, start building a mood
“This could be my back” — aeddamaeve
Menter Architects LLC
Garage renovated for family play
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of active children; it also allowed her to use more modern, streamlined and functional design elements while still being conscious of a largely traditional home built in 1904. Menter's clients, who use the first level of the garage-pavilion as an electric car docking station, wanted to use as many green
“Natural sunshine” — anaghmudita31
Eclectic Living Room
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room, Garrett combined an orange Womb Chair with soft lighting from a Flos floor lamp and Oly Studio chandelier. "Soft light is what makes a modern home livable," says Garrett.
The client had just purchased a large amount of mid-century styled furniture, hoping to incorporate it into his traditional home. He loved the furniture he had just purchased, so using all of it was a must. Garrett mixed and edited the look until it evolved into something seamless. In this corner of
room, Garrett combined an orange Womb Chair with soft lighting from a Flos floor lamp and Oly Studio chandelier. "Soft light is what makes a modern home livable," says Garrett.
“Windows, shutters & curtains” — katecor
Stephanie Wiley Photography
6 Reviews
Entry Way with phone nook
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I'm in love with this traditional home's understairs phone nook, if only for its nostalgia. It conjures up lazy and long afternoon calls to a faraway friend. A dedicated area for phone use is a rarity today, when many people lay their heads on fluffy pillows right next to smart phones that blink and
“Quarter landing hall” — Wojciech Pawlowski
Gary Hutton Design
1 Review
Venice Loft
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I'm considering the same table for my new home. Where can I find these chairs? Thank you! Rich
RadialYou see radial balance less often in traditional homes; round rooms are difficult to link to other spaces. But the result can be stunning. The central elements of a radially balanced room — like the dining table and light fixture in this dining space — become the immediate focal points. The chairs
“stairs” — eseiweta
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