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Sneak in the television. You want your TV handy for den time, but you don’t want it glaring and distracting when it’s time to hunker down for work. “Incorporate the TV into a built-in cabinet or storage shelving with books and storage
the home’s materials was also an important factor in the design—solid woods, concrete, and raw metal were selected because they stand up to day to day needs of a family’s use yet look even better with age. Brick wall surfaces are carefully placed for the display of art and objects, so that these elements
of PMK’s ideas about integration between space, architecture, urban living, and spirituality into everyday life. Designed for a young couple with a recent newborn daughter, this residence is centered on a common area on the lower floor that supports a wide range of activities, from cooking and dining
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the 1950s; Jillian calls it "the grand piano." The custom-made cabinets are curly maple and the moldings are fir. For durability, Sant Agostino Travertino Avorio 12 inch-by-24-inch porcelain tile was selected for the family room and kitchen floors.Appliances: Electrolux Icon oven, Thermador 5 burner
from Nina’s LightingIsland chandelier: Harco-Loor Tiara from Chimera LightingCabinetry: Kevin Cradock WoodworkingTile floor: Roma Tile in Watertown, MAWindows: LoewenPaint: Benjamin Moore, Pearl; Benjamin Moore, Sweet Butter
owner’s active family lifestyle.
This award-winning renovation redesigned a 1940’s New England Style cottage around the family’s active, modern lifestyle. An open, inviting floor plan with expansive windows showcase dramatic views while warm, welcoming interiors are perfectly appointed for casual e
late 1800’s. Originally designed as an 11,000sf single family residence, the home
was divided into nine apartments in the 1960’s and had fallen into disrepair. The new owners purchased the property with a vision to convert the building back to single
family residence for their young family.