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Branca, Inc.
Fantastic ottoman, not red & smaller in scale...little Hollywood Glam touch to an otherwise transitional traditional feel.
Dark walls contrasted with light fabrics. Built in bookshelves Wood shades
built-in bookshelves
“vibe” — rubille
Studio Marler
2 Reviews
perceived as gaudy by the time we'd all seen enough of it through the '70s and '80s, but now it's being used in sophisticated ways in homes from traditional to contemporary.
Built-in tub, tiles, windows
bathroom built in
“tub” — jahc616
Beckwith Interiors
5 Reviews
Pool House & Wine Cellar
The Gothic touches are inspired by the main house, which is a more traditional Gothic style. This nook off the wine cellar is primarily used as a cozy place for wine tastings. "I wanted to continue Gothic touches through to the pool house but explore how I could modernize it. I wanted touches of it
“wall art” — divamom8
Jeanette Lunde
vestibule area as well. Stealing space that might be otherwise overlooked looks great and gives an existing kitchen much needed extra storage. Next: Tradition Revisited: Plate Racks 24 Hot Ideas for Storing Spices More kitchen design guides
built-in plate rack in pantry?
Built-in plate rack
“Built-in plate rack” — ramonabjj
California Home + Design
Steel Modern Fireplace
hearth. I would love to see how one of our metal mesh firescreens from Cascade Coil would tie in the metallic theme wihout taking away from the traditional fireplace look.
Steel facade and built in cabinets
built in wood box
“fp” — tooth4ry
Natalie Younger Interior Design, Allied ASID
12 Reviews
Downtown LA
In one month we are moving into a house that was built for us. The one thing I am taking from my old house is a beautiful dark brown leather couch. In the new house the ceilings are very high and there
Color, mix modern and traditional
d built
“I like the gold combined with brown and red” — kleighm
Adrienne DeRosa
2 Reviews
Chelsea + Kiel: Columbus, Ohio
Not afraid of color, still pretty traditional and homey.
The kitchen feels light and airy, thanks to a soft color palette and open shelving. Rather than create a massive center island, Kiel built an island worktable with open shelving using a variety of inexpensive materials. With the unit open down below, the kitchen has a feeling of more space.Wall paint:
“The aqua blue accents” — Moodrising Designs
David Heide Design Studio
33 Reviews
Otter Tail Hunting Lodge
built in media cabinet
Built in wood stove
“Smaller slate tiles and the variation of browns” — puddypie99
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