195,857 historical details Home Design Photos

Interiors by Steven G
14 Reviews
Contemporary Residence Boca Raton, Florida
Love pocket doors when done well. (My architect does not - oh well - w/good historical reason I'm sure.
ceiling details and lighting
ceiling detail
“built in” — Adams Design Group,LLC
Northern Virginia Shower Glass and Mirror Designer
ABC Glass and Mirror, Inc. is a family owned and operated business with over 40 years of owner industry experience and over 150 years of combined experience.
Tim Barber LTD Architecture & Interior Design
8 Reviews
Rustic Canyon New Home
back side of house details- copper downspout, lantern/sconce on house, trim work around windows, trim where house meets roof, slate gray shingles.
Easy entertaining historic monochromatic
Exterior Garden/detail
“patio look at size” — jennyearnhardt
Kenneth/Davis, Inc.
3 Reviews
A contemporary Kitchen
over 100 pulls for the same designer. We have been creating custom hardware for over 20 years and are located 10-15 minutes from Beverly Hills in the Historic Jefferson Park District of Los Angeles Ca.
Picture frame detail on cabinet doors.
Any details on them?
“Shape of island” — Julie Coppa Designs, Inc
Gelotte Hommas Architecture
13 Reviews
I'm renovating an historic home and replacing the cedar shake. My goal is to create the weathered gray look (light gray) much like this beautiful house. Did you use semi-
Oval windows, like the roof color and shingle color. like the cap detail on window.
Siding detail around windows
“Sherwin Williams/Lusty Red” — traceydanaher
Deborah Leamann
19 Reviews
Deborah Leamann
The details are wonderful. Where are the stools from? Thanks.
The color is Powell Buff from Benjamin Moore historic collection.
floors are incredible. When you source reclaimed flooring or lumber please make sure to double check all the details around the material. Make sure its been heat treated or fumigated to kill infestation.
“.” — jmayjmay
Blackburn Architects, PC
German-style Bank Barn Conversion
This project salvages a historic German-style bank barn that fell into serious decay and readapts it into a private family entertainment space. The barn had to be straightened, stabilized, and moved to a new location off the road as required by local zoning. Design plans maintain the integrity of the
the bank barn and reuses lumber. The traditional details juxtapose modern amenities including two bedrooms, two loft-style dayrooms, a large kitchen for entertaining, dining room, and family room with stone fireplace. Finishes are exposed throughout. A highlight is a two-level porch: one covered, one screened
all new but matching finishes on the exterior. Critical to retaining the look of the original thin roof eave (typical of many old barns) is in the detailing of the connection between the wall and roof SIPS panels so you avoid seeing the thickness of the SIPS panels at the eaves. Only the top surface of
“floor” — Bridget Burkhardt
Van Wicklen Design
8 Reviews
jvw home
just a decorative detail. Bracing on such a door is part of its historical functional design, it's to do with how load is transferred from the outer edge of the door to the inner to prevent the door dropping over time. It's all about making a quality door, honest in its design details.
“1x6" molding around door” — Myers Remodeling Company LLC.
Lola Watson Interior Design
1 Review
Living room
Thank you for asking! The color is actually more in the blue family - we used Benjamin Moore Historic Colors - 143 (Wythe Blue). The slight tension between it and all the red energizes the room. The trim is Dove White. If we can answer any other questions
You have many sofa choices available. Please contact Lola Watson Nterior Design for more details.
fabric is discontinued, but there is yardage available through your professional interior designer. Please contact Lola Watson Interior Design for more details.
“ottoman color scheme” — marye0303
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