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GRADE took a modern approach to this stately 2,500 sq. ft. Upper East Side residence, completing the project in May 2010. With the objective to revitalize a classic space and manifest a new aesthetic identity for the client, GRADE's serene design provides a backdrop that reflects the client's colorful past through carefully cultivated accents and utilizes elevated modern pieces to represent a new stage in her life. The color palette was kept soft and feminine, with textured fabrics introduced to complement the...
EAST SIDE RESIDENCEGRADE
classic space and manifest a new aesthetic identity for the client, GRADE's serene design provides a backdrop that reflects the client's colorful past through carefully cultivated accents and utilizes elevated modern pieces to represent a new stage in her life. The color palette was kept soft and feminine
for the space behind main door
A modern, clean entry foyer is softened by a beautiful crystal chandeleir, a beige and gray leopard carpet runner and dark wood floors.
Modern in MontvaleJennifer Pacca Interiors
idea of a soothing buddha at the entrance
Like the space...Very Soothing!
AUSTIN SERENESaavedra Design Studio
and a soothing color pallet.
Soothing color pallette
Jennifer and ChrisWhitney Lyons
gutted the space and added wainscoting and tile floors for a fresh, welcoming space.
Small space well used
Door color is soothing.
Skinny space with hooks
Small space...use of space
Green Gambrel EntryLDa Architecture & Interiors
entrance space seen in traditional homes while still maintaining an open feel, does it provide extra room for greeting guest or is the space two small for a functioning reception area?
Multi-story space with an interior window.
this space was still in good cosmetic condition when he bought the house.
nothing more soothing. The ultimate complement to the water outside, a gorgeous blue used all over creates continuity, especially in a smaller place.
T Eatons Loft EntranceAtmosphere Interior Design Inc.
wonderful, soothing, painting....could you tell me the name of the artist?
Great space! What is the ceiling height here?
entry space. This urban decor uses large abstract artwork in place of a mirror and two striking ceiling pendants add to the mix. I like the edgy black and beige colors that you don't see together often.
a lit space rather than a dark one, a nearby table lamp may be something to try out. Typically, light bulbs used for lamps are a lower wattage than those used for ceiling lights, resulting in less energy used while you're away and the ambiance is a nice touch as well.
makes your space look more expensive? This simple change can make even inexpensive doors look like something truly special.
A Swedish InfluenceKate Marker Interiors
for my space. Thanks in advance.
Windows and space opening to kitchen
otherwise calm soothing uncluttered feel, love the painted church pew
usable space out of nothing!
for snug spaces.
William Hefner Architecture Interiors & LandscapeStudio William Hefner
simplicity and spacing of the planks. Also the water feature -- not natural but simple
fountain and spaced wood makes the place look like it should be a resort villa
is very soothing and has the added benefit of muffling unwanted noise from neighbors or a busy street. Custom water features like the one shown here are stunning, though there are plenty of other more budget-friendly options if you look around. For starters, Sunset magazine has instructions for a simple
Summerhouse SkåneLASC Studio
of the space through its color alone.
clean space...empty space
River HouseAndrew Melaragno
soft, soothing tones and natural-edge shelves would be great in the yoga or waiting room.
enough space in your entryway, consider using it at the kitchen table or near a window.Tip: Use a soft-bristled brush to remove loose dirt and then gently scrub with soapy water. If there is mold or mildew, you may want to use white vinegar diluted with water to remove it. If this doesn't work, resort
Living Room to LobbyKate Jackson Design
Would love to separate rooms like this -- not a full wall, but defines the space as well
columns and space between for kitchen