A seating corner with the armchair in Anacapa Flax, and with Coralshade Sea from Katerina Tana Collection LOOM on the Roman shades, and Abalone on the throw pillow. Blue Ground paint color from Farrow and Ball on the walls.
Santa Barbara Design Showhouse
Katerina Tana Design
Approximately 160 square feet, this classy HIS & HER Master Closet is the first Oregon project of Closet Theory. Surrounded by the lush Oregon green beauty, this exquisite 5br/4.5b new construction in prestigious Dunthorpe, Oregon needed a master closet to match.
Dunthorpe Estate, Oregon Walk-In Closet
CLOSET THEORY by Janie Lowrie
Lake Forest Showcase House 2013
Randy Heller Pure and Simple Interior Design
This vacation residence located in a beautiful ocean community on the New England coast features high performance and creative use of space in a small package. ZED designed the simple, gable-roofed structure and proposed the Passive House standard. The resulting home consumes only one-tenth of the...
Passive House Retreat
Portfolio of Work
Viscusi Elson Interior Design
JJ Home Products
This cherry wood closet was designed to function as an in-home 'boutique' where the homeowner can select clothing and accessories and prepare for an evening out. The lighting is on dimmer switches and turns on automatically when one enters the space. Cherry wood and frosted glass sliding doors...
This Brown Maple bedroom closet takes up the length of one bedroom wall. The cabinets and drawers open with a gentle push.
Closet Storage Solutions
Rollin Fox, Sleeping Grape Wine Cellars
Art & Craft Closet Storage
We designed this house ourselves and had it built in 2004 as our dream retirement home. Our goals were to have a low maintenance, smaller, house, reasonably economical to build but with luxury finishes, and good garden space. We shopped for months to find good sales on appliances and tile. We found...
Dormagen - @gart eins
Jamie House Design partnered with P and G Homes to expand and renovate this original Garden Oaks home.
Garden Oaks Renovation
Jamie House Design