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bright designlab
9 Reviews
SE Portland addition
The modern addition sits at the back of the house; the bold contrast between old and new is invisible from the street. Reclaimed wood, salvaged from an old barn in Southern Oregon, warms up the bright white Hardie board and ties in with the lush Portland landscape. Rows of horizontal windows draw the
“neon house numbers!” — Laci Horner
Luciano Group
Melrose Kitchen
creates more working space, but also allows for better entertaining — when guests are over, the kitchen's mess can be hidden on the marble worktop, invisible from kitchen's entrance and the adjacent dining room.Cabinetry: Starmark; hardware: Restoration Hardware; refrigerator: Maytag
“wood countertops and cream painted cabinets” — Jennifer Brock
Quezada Architecture
Lovell Residence
bathroom uses concrete in a new way, showing off a pattern created by wood forms. The surrounding clean white walls and ceiling, the dark floor, almost invisible glass counter and steel sink give this bathroom a polished industrial-inspired look.
“Powder Room” — jimkirsch
Gaile Guevara
11 Reviews
West 14th - Media Room
installing floor receptacles beneath electronic seating for wirefree walls. If your space is carpeted, cut a channel in the padding to run wires invisibly to a wall outlet. A small slit in the carpet can allow the cord to run to the chairs.
“Paint” — Lisa Idarraga
8 Reviews
Wow with a wet areaBlink and you might almost miss it… This sheer, frameless glass screen is practically invisible against the muted ‘greige’ floor and wall tiles in this wet room. The wall-mounted, ‘floating’ vanity basin keeps up the streamlined styling.
“Earth colours” — timsamuel
Ana Williamson Architect
4 Reviews
Cloud Street Residence
counters need more support than quartz ones. Brackets are a typical solution, but on a small unit they might get in the way. Flat steel bars are an invisible solution, but you should discuss this with your stone manufacturer and cabinet supplier early on.Tip: Be aware of the different chair and stool heights
“layout” — aaronpnelson
Atmosphere Interior Design Inc.
1 Review
2011 HHL Living Room
alarm system in the corner, a control panel, in-wall docking stations, whole-home audio systems and speakers, wireless networks. These may be nearly invisible to the naked eye but pose just as many purchasing and design dilemmas as the technology we see.What home tech do you rely on most? Please tell us
“Love the color of the couch” — briscokids
Daniel Marshall Architect
5 Reviews
Interesting kitchen. Almost invisible.
“Wooden floor honey colour” — slflint
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