Josh Blumer :: AB design studio, inc.
Spa Residence
Ideabooks625
Questions2
hillside enclave | spa inspired living spaces. coy ponds | classic wood barrel soaking tub | coastal views. natural warm materials | re-use of antique balinese wood panel. Photography ©Ciro Coelho/ArchitecturalPhoto.com
“Shower and flooring maybe all of it” — gehremod
Loudon County Interior Designer
We create amazing residential and commercial interiors unique to the clientele that we represent. This means that each project is tailored to fit you and your family’s lifestyle.
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International Custom Designs
6 Reviews
Astoria Master Bedroom
Ideabooks9,259
Questions6
This dramatic master bedroom was designed around the theme of a beach sunset. The lighting under the bed and low-hanging pendant lamps mimic the soothing warmth of the setting sun. This room also appeared in an article for the LA Times. Designer: Fumiko Faiman, ASID. Photo by: Applied Photography.
“BED” — rbalia
Carson Poetzl, Inc.
3 Reviews
Carson Poetzl, Inc.
Ideabooks8,115
Questions13
“Like stepping down into tub, large window but private” — aschopp
EXIT Interior Design Studio
Parkowa Apartment
Ideabooks1,152
Questions2
“Black and red” — bonita_street
Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates
15 Reviews
Grace Design Associates
Ideabooks3,748
Questions4
The clients had built a magnificent Italianate 'villa' with spectacular views of the Santa Barbara coastline. They had assembled an impressive array of garden objects from around the world which were to be incorporated into the gardens. But the challenges were numerous. Object scale had to carefully managed in this 40 foot by 80 foot space -- The statuary, hardscape elements, a...More
“bell” — juliaaworthy
Teri Fotheringham Photography
9 Reviews
31 Albion Place
Ideabooks7,806
Questions2
Photos: Teri Fotheringham Photography Landscape Design: Marpa Design Studio
“cabin for trout pond” — shaunalynn71
Karen Ellentuck. ASID
11 Reviews
Seward Park bath
Ideabooks1,366
Questions2
Bath remodel Photos - Krogstad Photography
“I like the cabinet off the floor” — francispm
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Tea Room
Ideabooks5,699
Questions1
Built with Zen in mind,this tea room was designed and built using traditional Japanese joinery and materials. Some of the Japanese elements include: bamboo ceiling panels, Yukimi shoji screens (screens with a vertical viewing panel) anda traditional Japanese straw plaster (called Wara Juraku) which gave the walls a unique texture. Millwork engineered & manufactured by Berkeley...More
“Studio” — unluckytick
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