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Woodinville Retreat
Ideabooks56,276
Questions24
I love the look. I'm building a new home, and would like
Any examples of older home models that have been updated/remodeled? (Looking for 1950's style home in Orange County)
beautiful art....can you please tell me where to find the prints....they add the perfect soft, yet contemporary and classy touch, well done!
I'm located in OC. Are you looking for design ideas or a good designer. I may be able to help. Let me know.
"Bruce" wood? The walnut "Bruce" woods look too dark (would appear that the Oak is closer to this floor) but it's so hard to tell from the little swatches Home Depot etc show on their websites and they don't carry it in there stores.
“mantle” — romaco
TKP Architects
10 Reviews
mountain modern addition
Ideabooks2,495
Questions3
The bar was designed in our office with input from Evergreen Glass Company on the LED edge lighting detail (the glass changes colors and glows). It was custom built by a metal working company and the glass company.
seating behind the home theatre
ceiling design...Cool home theater...Home theater
“set up” — dboney
Michael Lee Architects
4 Reviews
Herron Residence
Ideabooks3,170
Questions0
When plants show up in surprising places, you have achieved the idea of spontaneity. Lifeless areas in and around our homes cry out for verdant touches. To some, it may be incongruous to line an interior hallway with a border of Sansevieria plants, but these graphic plants
The sea of mother-in-law's tongue in this Santa Monica, California, home creates a stunning sense of arrival in a partially covered entrance courtyard. The leaves appear to be waving in the wind like a field of wheat while
Snake plants, seen here in this home entryway, are versatile indoor plants known to improve air quality.
The sea of mother-in-law's tongue in this Santa Monica, California, home creates a stunning sense of arrival in a partially covered entrance courtyard
“Plant” — freestace6
Cornerstone Architects
21 Reviews
Knollwood Living
Ideabooks3,173
Questions3
version of the style. The kitchen was artfully collaborated on with the home's owner, who is the owner and chef of one of Austin's premiere restaurants. Extensive living areas were recouped and added to from the home's original design. The master suite was taken to the second floor and wrapped in glass
glass to take advantage of the coveted Texas Hill Country vistas. Approximately seventy percent of the original home was kept, replacing only the small existing kitchen and master bedroom. Material selections were chosen based on sustainable criteria to make this remodel a "green" gem as well as a museum
The key goal in developing the design for the renovation of this existing 50-year-old residence was to provide a livable house, which would frame and accentuate the owner’s extensive collection of Mid-century modern furnishings and art while blending its existing character into a modern 21st century
“This layout with front entrance, staircase, dining room, railings, step up to kitchen.” — dio_1
Linda McDougald Design | Postcard from Paris Home
16 Reviews
The Cliffs at Walnut Cove: Elliot Residence
Ideabooks13,160
Questions7
This home at The Cliffs at Walnut Cove is a fine illustration of how rustic can be comfortable and contemporary. Postcard from Paris provided all of the exterior and interior specifications as well as furnished the home. The firm achieved the modern rustic look through an effective combination of reclaimed
stone and brick surfaces, and iron lighting with clean, streamlined plumbing, tile, cabinetry, and furnishings. Among the standout elements in the home are the reclaimed hardwood oak floors, brick barrel vaulted ceiling in the kitchen, suspended glass shelves in the terrace-level bar, and the stainless
McDougald Design | Postcard from Paris Home
“Garage doors” — Julia Yamasaki-Wilson
Britto Charette - Interior Designers Miami Florida
35 Reviews
ONE BAL HARBOUR
Ideabooks751
Questions2
One Bal Harbour high-rise Designers: Jay Britto and David Charette Photographer: Eric Laignel
Hi Gegger , we designed those daybeds . They have storage as well.
the coffee table is a setting of 4 small storage end tables and its made and designed by Britto charette home
best florida designer
best designer...new york designer
“interior” — sano16
Britto Charette - Interior Designers Miami Florida
35 Reviews
MIAMI INTERIOR DESIGN -HAWK'S LANDING
Ideabooks206
Questions2
family homes development Designer: Jay Britto and David Charette Photographer: Eric Laignel Family room showcases a Britto Charette original: a console built from Macassar ebony and topped with quartz. "Miami” “Interior Decorators Miami” “Interior Designers Miami” “Miami contemporary designs” “Miami
“Miami Interior Decorators” “Miami modern designs” “Modern Interior Designers Miami” “Miami Interior Designers” “Miami Interior”
Charette - Interior Designers Miami Florida
Charette-Interior Designs Miami Flordia.) Collection: Ringlets Link: http://www.lightingdesign.com/George%20Kovacs/P400-0-077/Eight%20Light%20Pendant%20-%20Ringlets CEILING FAN Manufacturer: Minka Aire (A Division of Minka Group) (Unconfirmed by Britto Charette-Interior Designs Miami Flordia.)
“Wall unit.” — aklevens
Jeri Koegel Photography
7 Reviews
Turquoise LA Interior Design - Venice
Ideabooks2,211
Questions5
Turquoise LA Interior Design - Venice
Design by Vanessa De Vargas, photography by Jeri Koegel
Ask the designer, Vanessa de Vargas, Turquoise Design
Contact Vanessa de Vargas: http://turquoise-la.com/ she's the designer, I'm the photographer.
I'm the photographer. Look up Turquoise Interior Design, LA.
contemporary chaise sofa in fabric for tv den
Fun design, like the space and built ins for game room
Design by Vanessa De Vargas, photography by Jeri Koegel
copycat. Grossly duplicating someone else's design essentially means you re-created a space for them in your home. By doing this you have satisfied their wants and needs instead of your own.DO: Do your own homework. There's nothing wrong with using a designed space as a catalyst for your project. But then
“carpet” — jgould5
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