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5 custom built in beds with integrated nightstand Contemporary Kitchen Design Photos
Studio Santalla, Inc
Kitchen with TV area beyond
the master bedroom, Santalla designed the bed frame with attached nightstands and upholstered the adjacent wall to create an oversized headboard. He created a television stand on the adjacent wall that allows the screen to swivel so it can be viewed from the bed or terrace. Of all the renovation challenges
idea of staining the existing wood and extending the same dark tone to the terrace floor. “Now the indoor and outdoor parts of the apartment are integrated to create an almost seamless space,” says the homeowner. “The design succeeds in realizing the promise of what the Watergate can be.” Project completed
Rodriguez Studio Architecture PC
View of Kitchen
Backsplash tile is from Porcelanosa. Cabinets are custom designed by our office and custom built.
I also have placed 2 of these "can/eyeball" lights over our master bed for reading. Wasn't sure how far from the drywall they should be. The "can" itself is approx. 8" deep & I noticed the top of the can is only 3 inches from the sloped roof as this room is vaulted as well (drywall is not in yet so
wine rack integrated on outside end
Spice rack built in the wall
Are those custom panels on the refrigerator?
The custom fully-integrated refrigerator is Subzero 736TCi HR with freezer drawers incorporates additional hidden storage above taking it to the ceiling. The finish is
the liner is from Wolf. The hood surround is custom cabinetry.
Love built in hutch at end of kitchen
your question. I actually sourced a Putnam Rolling ladder from a place called Restoration Resources in Boston. Spiral Stairs of America also makes custom rolling ladders for a good price: http://www.spiralstairsofamerica.com/library.php
Worktop integrating with units - floating and thickness of work top
accent above countertop bar. might do something similar with salvaged doug fir in 1231A (small bar b/t kitchen and living room), echo built-in shelves with lighting on east wall.
Adams + Beasley Associates
connecting them to the larger design intention. A bleached walnut media room doubles as a fourth bedroom. It features a king size murphy bed seamlessly integrated into the full wall panel. A gracious shower in the adjoining bathroom, cleverly concealed behind an innocuous interior door, created a truly