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Elad Gonen
1 Review
living room
In this home, the flooring from the outside is the same as in the dining area, but not in the rest of the interior. The transition from hardwood to concrete seems to reinforce the feel that the dining area and the exterior are a single space.
“House” — skang2014
Gatling Design
4 Reviews
Cozy Cottage
second floor, so that they will be able to live out their retirement years here. They kept the facade nearly untouched but completely rebuilt the interior (and added 600 square feet) with many personal touches, like the Craftsman style bookcases shown below.
“colors” — Leah Whitaker
Nick Noyes Architecture
4 Reviews
Sea Ranch Residence
weathered wood shingles give the Sea Ranch Residence by Nick Noyes a traditional appearance, but those large windows in dark frames hint at a modern interior. The chimney acts as a hinge between the two living and sleeping volumes, which are connected by a small hallway.
“Grid windows” — solosaur
Rough Linen
4 Reviews
Tricia Rose
Instil calm and serenityHomespun is still such a big interiors trend and natural-textured bed linens harness the look perfectly. New or vintage, combine with earthy hues and weathered woods for the most peaceful
“Headboard” — Meredith Rummel
Canny Design
Kew Home Renovation
It’s not all about the kids, though. According to Canny Design interior designer Janine Carter, using natural stone and porcelain in the ensuite bathroom served to create a serene atmosphere. Needless to say, the clients
“dos bachas” — tanque10
Amy A. Alper
7 Reviews
Healdsburg Transformation
SeekersSize: 1,107 square feet (102 square meters)Location: Healdsburg, CaliforniaBrad and Susan Harmon have a lot of skills between them — designing interiors, doing millwork and tilework, and more. So it’s no surprise that their combined efforts have resulted in a stunning space brimming with their charisma
“Twee trappies, dalk soliede muur tussen-in?” — irabasson
Carolina Kitchens
Carolina Kitchens
Interior designer Debbie Weiner hit the nail on the head: "Design suicide? What could be worse than sweating in your own home? Your husband is right and the
“Ceiling fan” — sarajanebonck
TAS Construction
5 Reviews
Interior designer Barbara Granett framed a large map of Paris in raw steel with brass screws behind the breakfast nook. This traditional element, along with the yellow toile upholstered bench, contrasts with the clean-lined and modern Saarinen table, Klismos-style chairs and Jonathan Adler pendant. Table:
“breakfast nook” — carandrea
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