I absolutely love the look of this home. I have a slight floor plan obsession- I love looking at different lay outs and making my own!
inspired to design them this way in the style of the plantation homes they had seen in Louisiana.
Lowcountry style is in the smaller details. "There are so many things that make a home distinctly Charleston, but the shutters are what does it on this home," says interior designer Alix Bragg. "The old-school
Normandy Designer Ann Stockard met with these Naperville homeowners, they shared their wishes for a highly functional, packed with storage, show stopping kitchen. The resulting kitchen that Ann designed and built met the homeowners’ objectives and then some.
The white painted cabinets provide a crisp
house plan with an 11x14 kitchen and would love to do a U-shape with an island. Can you tell me how much room you left around the island? Thanks
newly designed kitchen, they decided to keep it. Sorry I can't help you any further, I hope you can find something similar.
floor plan and modest structure designed for a young couple to blend in with the surrounding farming community. The expansive south and east facing glass captures incredible views form every room in the loft-like living area. The timber columns and overbuilt awnings further defines the appearance of
photograph. Designed for a couple who are a party waiting to happen, this walkout basement was destined to be spectacular. Once a cold, blank slate of concrete, the basement is now an extraordinary multi-functional living space. The luxurious new design includes a stunning full bar with all the amenities.
columns were designed by the M.J. Whelan design team, along with several art nooks peppered throughout the space. Beautiful trim molding wrap the entire space. Tray ceilings help to define different areas of the space. Lighting is layered throughout, including indirect cove lighting wrapping every tray. A spa
need to plan carefully to create a room that serves all those functions, yet is comfortable and inviting—and has enough staying power to require only minimal redecorating every few years. Have kids feel involved in the design process by letting them help with selections for the room. Include children’s
attic design is always an exercise in space maximization," Soorikian says. "I had to really play with the plan and section to make sure we were getting the most out of the space at hand. Every nook and cranny is used."