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Jeff King & Company
double closet connecting their rooms (separated by a saloon style door), a miniature library under the staircase, and a submarine-inspired bathroom. A locally commissioned large-scale artwork was installed behind the staircase that reflected the family’s story and personality. Result: Two apartments
Charlie Allen Renovations, Inc.
pantry and closet space. Photos by Shelly Harrison.
The GO Home Passive House
laundry closet. LEED Platinum certification; 1st Passive House–certified home in Maine, 12th certified in U.S.; USGBC Residential Project of the Year Award 2011; EcoHome Magazine Design Merit Award, 2011; TreeHugger, Best Passive House of the Year Award 2012 photo by Trent Bell
Atmosphere 360 Studio
Cedar Walled Gym
cedar closets. We removed the old doors and framing to reveal the cedar and expand the space. Click the above link for the before and after photos. Photos copyright Shannon Fontaine
Design First Interiors
Let the Sun Shine In
for the closets, including ‘boot trays’ that fit into the cabinet kick space. The floating shelf of the family room wall units accommodates the client’s favourite travel photos, adding a unique personal touch to the design. The existing oak floor of the living and dining rooms was stained dark to match
VISION House Los Angeles
walk-in closet; unsurpassed Kohler master bathroom. Superb open kitchen w/state of the art Gaggenau appliances, is linked to family/dining areas, accented w/Porcelain tile floors, voluminous stained cedar ceilings, leading you thru fold away glass doors, to outdoor living room with fireplace & private
Master Suite Remodel
walk-in closet and home office.
room and closet/dressing room. Every space opens to views of the giant redwoods that surround the property, connecting with the outside and making the house feel bigger. The movement of light during the day activates different parts of the house, while layering the lighting carries this magical effect