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Tracy Murdock Allied ASID
8 Reviews
Displaying art collections
Ideabooks2,550
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Interior designer Tracy Murdock designed this special “bottle wall” to house her client’s special miniature alcohol bottles collected from around the world for over 20 years. The wall was built out to form the niches where special fluorescent lighting tubes were installed behind each section. The Back
to give them the visual interest they deserve. Like the way it gives a great glow to the room. Like the idea of using something so special to the client as artwork.
Interior designer Tracy Murdock designed this wall to house her client's miniature alcohol bottle collection from around the world — gathered over the course of 20 years.
I tell clients all the time to leave space on their shelves or walls for a collection. There is something so rewarding about the hunt for special or intriguing items
“Unique” — Mary Blansett
Loudoun County Interior Designer
We specialize in universal and sustainable design. We believe that the interior environment should be functional, affordable, accessible, sustainable - AND attractive and welcoming!
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Dewson Construction Company
6 Reviews
New Construction - Bethany Beach, Del.
Ideabooks8,651
Questions9
Many of our clients choose to work with an interior designer to complete their home. This particular home was the work of the home owner and Bruce Palmer, LLC.
Many of our clients choose to work with an interior designer to complete their home.
Thank you for your interest in this custom built home. Our client work very closely with an architect in designer their home that we are unable to provide final diminesions. Thank you!
Many of our clients choose to work with an interior design to complete their home. This particular house was the work of the home owner and Bruce Palmer LLC.
“So beautiful!” — annie_h
Panageries
13 Reviews
Edwards Lake Home
Ideabooks624
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eclectic, ethnic details to reflect the client’s travels and personal tastes. Woven wood blinds and a wicker ceiling fan set the backdrop for a black lacquered chair upholstered in an ethnic print. African night stands, foot stools and lamps, all from the client’s own collection, dovetail with the dark
grass textile sets off the African textile shams, sheer bedskirt and faux fur leopard blanket. The headboard is made of old African doors from the client’s own collection.
“Africa inspired” — Leanna Terrell
Design Build 4U Chicago
10 Reviews
Gold Coast Historic Renovations
Ideabooks838
Questions5
For this client’s nursery project , the client wanted to take a spare room in her new home that once served as an office full of dark walnut custom built-ins (2 desks, cabinets, and lined with bookshelves), and transform the space into a bright and cheery nursery for her two toddlers. To do this, we
and space-absorbing built-ins along the perimeter of the room; 2) the inherent darkness of the space because of its lack of windows and light; 3) the client’s desire to have custom closets built where she could store her children’s clothes. To achieve this nursery vision, we removed the built-in cabinets
“rug” — kflohr
Noel Cross+Architects
6 Reviews
Breakers Beach House
Ideabooks5,298
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and batt, clapboard, and cedar shiplap, and synthesized with bolder forms that evoke images of nearby Capitola Wharf, beach lifeguard towers, and the client’s “surf shack” program requirements. The landscape design takes its cues from boardwalks, rusted steel fire rings, and native grasses, all of which
around just as long. They cling to the relaxed and funky seaside character of their beach community with an almost indignant provinciality. For both client and architect, neighborhood context became the singular focus of the design; to become the “poster child” for compatibility and sustainability. Dozens
throughout the home is achieved with high windows placed in all directions in all major rooms, resulting in an abundance of natural light throughout. The clients report having only to turning on lights at nightfall. Notable are the numerous passive solar design elements: careful attention to overhangs and
“Metal railing; open tower with plenty of windows” — Katie Armitstead
Sullivan, Henry, Oggero and Associates, Inc.
3 Reviews
Sullivan, Henry, Oggero and Associates, Inc.
Ideabooks4,687
Questions8
home were chosen by either the client, builder, or interior designer, therefore, we do not have that information. Let us know if there is anything else we can assist you with and we apologize for the delayed response.
The paint colors were chosen by either the client, builder, or interior designer
for the home were chosen by either the client, builder, or interior designer, therefore, we do not have that information. Thank you for your inquiry and let us know if there is anything else we can assist you with.
The doors were chosen by either the client, builder, or interior designer, therefore
The colors were chosen by either the client, builder, or interior designer, therefore, we do not have that information. Sorry for the delayed response. Thank you for your inquiry and let us know
“accented arches” — kellina77
Allison Jaffe Interior Design LLC
31 Reviews
LINDENWOOD CIRCLE
Ideabooks3,800
Questions10
There were a couple of pieces including the coffee table that were already existing in the clients home. Good luck with your project.
What else inspires you?I let my clients be my inspiration. The clients I have worked with are so uniquely different from each other. We as designers must remember that we are not designing for ourselves — we are designing for our clients. In every project, my clients inspire me with their culture, passions
passions and life experiences. I definitely have my own set of personal interests, but it is not for me to inject them into my design for my client. What I bring to the table is my experience and knowledge of design. Find an interior designer or architectMore Designer Sketches:Susannah Devine DavisNoel
“Colors” — reviva
Robin Rigby Fisher CMKBD/CAPS
18 Reviews
Balinese Influenced Kitchen
Ideabooks2,486
Questions5
“I don’t want my kitchen to look like anyone else’s.” This was the client’s request to the designer. Influenced by the style of Bali and the client’s own design sense, the new style was dubbed “Julinese” (her name is Julie). In keeping with the Balinese style, bold design elements were chosen –
I am friends with these clients, and have cooked on this range many times, I have never heard any bad comments about this hood.
“Like the contemporary look” — baxterlm
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