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Hammer & Hand
9 Reviews
Modern Farmhouse
This kitchen and bathroom remodel, designed by Kevin Fischer at Alice Design and Charlotte Cooney of Domestic Arts, realizes the homeowners' vision of a clean, simple and utilitarian space. The home remodel features a new kitchen, bathroom, and living area. Photography by Mitchell Snyder.
The light horizontal boards remind me of homes in Norway. Love it!!
In the bathroom here, interior designer Charlotte Cooney of Domestic Arts and her partner, Kevin Fischer of Alice Design, brought in their client’s vintage kitchen storage cabinet to complete the
Limed wood. would look modern in addition with mud room, laundry room and office. 3/4
repurposed furniture--we are still looking for a home for the original pie cupboards :)
“whitewashed walls = white paint and water.” — dhooft
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2 Reviews
7th Avenue Parkway Contemporary Remodel
A modern wall paper lining the hard wood stair case in this historic Denver home.
wallpaper is Cole and Son, Circus design. www.cole-and-son.com
The shape if the wallpaper really gives the room a whole new modern look
Cole & Son, Circus Design Wallpaper @ www.cole-and-son.com
example of the infinite design possibilities.
Study in geometry. This stunning design certainly makes a grand, sweeping entrance. Such dramatic applications are especially effective in transitional spaces like hallways and stairwells.
Love trianglesA kaleidoscopic triangle design gives this hallway
“Cole and Son Paper” — John Hohulin
Neumann Mendro Andrulaitis Architects LLP
11 Reviews
Kurth Residence
basic crescent shape to concrete walls and a curved ceiling, combine to create a remarkably elegant home. And the large lift-slide doors, sometimes used as windows, keep the geometry clean and the overall home transparent.Sometimes simple really is better.
Gym -simple, modern, sleek
Love the design choices
Home gym...Private gym design...concrete design...The home gym
“tile carpet” — elibb
Traditional Log Homes Ltd
Exterior shots of log homes from Traditional Log Homes
Exterior shots of log homes from Traditional Log Homes
These three homes were built in the Salmon Arm area.
Not a log home, but with whole logs incorporated
wow the eco friendly design, good job!!
Stair design (rise of stair)
Traditional Log Homes Ltd
Stair design...Modern cabin...awesome log home...mountain Home...Log home...log home
“Paver patio and deck” — rjjhammond
Lochwood-Lozier Custom Homes
7 Reviews
Lochwood-Lozier Custom Home in Kenwood Park
Lochwood-Lozier Custom Home in Kenwood Park
Stuc-o-Flex International, Inc. (800) 305-1045 is the source for the home's tinted stucco. The color is documented (by Stuc-o-Flex) as "Soft Wood Custom Match" a color created by matching the colors in an actual piece of soft
cars underneath, but home is on top, id like to see more of this home see what they did...
“stucco colour” — rgrealy1
Ana Williamson Architect
4 Reviews
Menlo Oaks Residence
Container home design
plan for u-shaped home.
Modern exterior...Modern house...modern design...House design...nice design...U-shaped home
“Too white” — tawnyrenee
Stelle Lomont Rouhani Architects
Stelle Architects
to keep the existing scale and dynamics of the site and design a residence that reflected the footprint and spirit of the original home. Materials for the new house include Alaskan cedar shingle panels interspersed with glass sections. The home has three levels: one for the owners, one for their guests
The architect here has emphasized the different shapes and volumes of the home by cladding the exterior in a skin of Alaskan yellow cedar shingles. Left to weather naturally to a sun-washed gray, the composition is more about
“simple levels by the pool” — r_hanel
Cornerstone Architects
21 Reviews
Knollwood Living
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 version of
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 to
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 of modern furniture. Photography by Adam Steiner
“entry lobby1” — Sanjida Shams
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