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Lucy Interior Design
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statement furniture, built in buffet
Loudoun Custom Cabinets
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Ecclectric, corner wall gallery, mixing textureS
Painted brick surround feels like it would mesh well with 1950s bungalow while still looking updated.
This is a very simple, mostly white stairs, next to fireplace, with eclectic furniture
like the furniture and art on the wall
naturals. If your space is still feeling too haphazard, try toning it down with large expanses of neutral color on the walls, floor and big pieces of furniture. Bringing in natural materials and textures — like sisal or jute rugs, real or faux sheepskin and neutral-hued wool, linen and leather — can also
David Rausch Studio
Great storage for the game room that Jim can build. I like the one-wall focal point. We could put it opposite the fireplace, with the furniture between.
al I recently interviewed commented that often lids and doors act as impenetrable barriers for kids (and, let’s face it, adults too). The open shelves near this game table make sure there’s never a lull in play.
Eclectic Home Office
I love the subtle differences between the walls, doors and furniture colors. Did you paint them yourself and do you know what colors were used? I just love this whole look and feel.
Shabby Chick, use of barn doors and old pieces of furniture
The doors and furniture.
1920's garage doors placed in Tracy's studio.
wood...they are from the 1920's
Smith Firestone Associates
Denise Richards Residence
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9. A room of one’s ownIf you have the space, glam it up for your fortunate friends with custom-made furniture and purpose-built sleeping quarters. Fido can have all his friends sleep over, too.
looking for an old piece of furniture that we could recycle
run; this piece will evolve with your child’s decor as he grows older.
Changing table. Capture the vintage style you want for your little girl's nursery by using a low vintage dresser as a changing table. Who says you have to use the standard nursery furniture? The height and width of this vintage dresser
Kips Bay 2013
Austrian; custom throw pillows: Schumacher silk velvet, pin tuck corners; cork table: Lacquered cork and mahogany cocktail table by Paul Frankl, U.S., 1950s; round rug: Circular Coyote Hair Rug
Metal wall sconce with chain hung ring, alabaster shade; coffee tables: Bone and brass tables with sliding tiers by Enrique Garcel, Colombia, ca. 1970s; armchairs: Magen Gallery, Lacquered wood and silk upholstered chairs by Jacques Quinet, France, 1949; table lamps: Modest Designs, Red clay pottery lamps
The custom window film was inspired by Eileen Gray’s use of pattern and allows light to filter into the room while adding texture and depth. With sculptural furniture, an eccentric color palette and modern art, the atrium gives a nod to an artist’s studio. Artwork: courtesy of the artists, Huniford
Greenwich Village Townhouse
cast glass that was salvaged from Gio Ponti’s Alitalia showroom on Fifth Avenue. A chandelier was created with glass from the same project, all superbly fabricated by Urban Archeology. Various surrealist touches, such as a painting by Matta, and furniture by Salvador Dali and Antonio Gaudi, add a touch
Mundi was commissioned to design and supervise the complete rehabilitation of a landmark Greek Revival townhouse from the 1840’s. Located on a charming street in New York’s Greenwich Village, the four floor building (plus sub-basement) was gutted to the original brick building envelope. All new mechanical
to respect the charms and scale of the original historical style without mimicking period details, and create a suitably modern context for the owner’s collection of artwork by Warhol, Haring and Basquiat. While restrained, the interior resolves certain contextual issues related to the site, yet is decidedly