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Bowers Design Build
9 Reviews
Tuscan Treasure
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stairs, but he prefers that after the landing, a solid wall go the rest of the way up. I would also like storage of some sort to go under the landing area. I don't think something as obvious as the stained door in this photo or maybe book shelves
foyer light...light tile...light wall color
“stairs” — mschramm1
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Koffka Phakos Design
12 Reviews
Santa Monica Beach House
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site with distant ocean views is in an area of restrictive ordinances, requiring public hearings and several rounds of design review for approval. The shingle style pays homage to the historic beach architecture. Windows are located to maximize views and draw light and air into the compact floor plan.
A central atrium with a glass roof brings more light into the interior and organizes the second floor in parents and children wings. 3,800 SF Completed 2010
“Dark floors with white” — maven design group
Johnson & Associates Architects
3 Reviews
Residence in Colleton River
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area rug...cable lighting...light tile...track lighting
“love ceiling barrel ceiling with wood” — analyze
Creatively Yours Custom Inc.
10 Reviews
Casual Living Spaces with Color Accents
Ideabooks14
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This is a really good example of where to put a splash of color in your room. This small wall area faced the family room and was the perfect place to put a small dose of a strong color.It pops beautifully!
The orange wall..what color is that.... & would it look more peach in the natural light?
Hi- That wall color is Behr "Warm Terra Cotta". It would not turn peach in natural light as it is orange based.
“Like this wall” — adinareaume
Momentum Interiors
1 Review
The Gagnon Residence
Ideabooks20
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tile has a full body colour with a pearl finish and it grabs your attention immediately when you enter the living area. One of the most dramatic pieces we used for the project was the light fixture above the dining table. It is Laura Kirar Cavier. The large glass globes are a stunning addition. This is
their place, from wall art, to lighting fixtures, to imported products. Right from when you walk in, you will notice an overscaled pyramid mirror feature on the wall. We did this to create a dramatic entrance to the home, and mixed with Swarovski Crystal ceiling lights, it gives all guests a great first
“Rug” — Angela Stiggins
Momentum Interiors
1 Review
The Gagnon Residence
Ideabooks27
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tile has a full body colour with a pearl finish and it grabs your attention immediately when you enter the living area. One of the most dramatic pieces we used for the project was the light fixture above the dining table. It is Laura Kirar Cavier. The large glass globes are a stunning addition. This is
their place, from wall art, to lighting fixtures, to imported products. Right from when you walk in, you will notice an overscaled pyramid mirror feature on the wall. We did this to create a dramatic entrance to the home, and mixed with Swarovski Crystal ceiling lights, it gives all guests a great first
“✖” — Debbie Bessette
Southam Design Inc
8 Reviews
Door to living room
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contains custom storage units in a light wood finish that spans the length of the wall. A glass door was used to separate the hallway to the living room in order to let light through from one space to another. Frosted glass was also used to not entirely segregate the 2 areas by some visual allowance.
“Sliding door” — rchristiansmith
Duket Architects Planners
1 Review
Duket Architects Planners
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that these would not be isolated from one another. Primary living areas and decks are oriented to the south, opening the spacious interior to views of the yard and wooded flood plain beyond. Southern exposure provides ample internal light, shaded by trees and deep overhangs; electronically controlled shades
shades block low afternoon sun. Clerestory glazing offers light above the second floor hall serving the bedrooms and upper foyer. Stone and various woods are utilized throughout the exterior and interior providing continuity and a unified natural setting. A swimming pool, second garage and courtyard
“Like look of flood and stone” — reth
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