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MusaDesign Interior Design
6 Reviews
Millennium Tower Loft
Ideabooks963
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everything in its place. Committing to the minimal look means committing to order, and it's easiest to eliminate clutter when every item has its own designated home. Whereas another kitchen might display cooking utensils on the countertop and dishware in the cupboards, this one tucks everything behind a solid
of cabinetry for a clear, uniform appearance. If you're really ambitious, you can even winnow down what you've stashed in drawers and cabinets for a home that's minimalist to the core. Softer side: You don't have to hide open shelving behind doors and screens or leave it unfilled. Just edit judiciously
everything in its place. Committing to the minimal look means committing to order, and it's easiest to eliminate clutter when every item has its own designated home. Whereas another kitchen might display cooking utensils on the countertop and dishware in the cupboards, this one tucks everything behind a solid
“Handle free cabinets” — comair1
Laidlaw Schultz architects
Kitchen
Ideabooks1,396
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Between visually and texturally contrasting materials, Schultz was also able to create an extremely balanced design that reveals how it’s possible to design a home that can be both livable and a showpiece without feeling stark or cold. “I think it is really a combination of allowing for
Between visually and texturally contrasting materials, Schultz was also able to create an extremely balanced design that reveals how it’s possible to design a home
Between visually and texturally contrasting materials, Schultz was also able to create an extremely balanced design that reveals how it’s possible to design a home that can be both livable and a showpiece without feeling stark or cold. “I think it is really a combination of allowing for
“backsplash” — apresser
Becki Peckham
My Houzz: Rustic Summer Home in Heritage Community Trinity
Ideabooks6,856
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My Houzz: Rustic Summer Home in Heritage Community Trinity
— the home doesn't have a basement — they added storage cabinets wherever possible, including under the stairs.Wall paint: White Chocolate, Benjamin Moore; floor stain: Early American, Minwax
How the Walls Came DownTwenty years ago the term "cocooning" arose in the home design world. Home life shifted
more casual lifestyle," says Andrea Dixon of Fiddlehead Design Group. "People weren't afraid to expose reality — i.e., a messy kitchen." "When the walls came down, the kitchen became an integral part of the home," says Petrie. Kitchens soon became the center of the house — the room that everything else revolved
shifted as people spent more time at home. "Home was a safe place, a refuge and where you wanted to be," says Petrie.The desire for a cocoon fueled the open-concept kitchen, allowing homeowners to spend more time with family and friends while cooking and cleaning. "It also showcased a shift to a more
“angled kitchen island would work well for entry from back door. Consider building cabinets around wi” — ajewels120
Brenda Olde
Bahamian Open House
Ideabooks2,404
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Dave and Phoebe also designed the home with Hurricane protection in mind: “Due to the complete destruction of the two largest houses in this part of Abaco during Hurricane Betsy in 1965, Phoebe and I decided to build lower, and in two small buildings joined by decks: the living room, dining room and
kitchen. This home is 2 small structures with a deck between.
Feels like home - taste of Italian farm house
The couple designed their home with hurricane protection in mind. “Due to the complete destruction of the two largest houses in this part of Abaco during Hurricane Betsy in 1965, Phoebe and I decided to build lower, in two small buildings joined by decks," Dave writes. The living room, dining room and
“Overhead cabinet attached to beam” — caysera
Lucy Call
My Houzz: The Thorns
Ideabooks419
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Photo: Lucy Call © 2014 Houzz Design: Imbue Design
Nate Taylor from N8 Brand Designs
all the appliances could be hidden. “One of the joys of designing our home was the ability to place products and furniture to fit in precisely,” she says. “Our built-in Miele fridge and freezer are the finest in utility
Designing so everything has a place where it goes. Awesome lighting. Stark walls.
Ample kitchen storage was a requirement for Christi, so all the appliances could be hidden. “One of the joys of designing our home was the ability to place products and furniture to fit in precisely,” she says. “Our built-in Miele fridge and freezer are the finest in utility and have these supercool
“Chaises pour îlot” — residencerobert
Charlie Barnett Associates
Presidio Heights Residence
Ideabooks49,149
Questions16
selected by the interior designer for the project, Melissa Warner, of Massucco Warner Miller.
The wicker chair was selected by the interior designer for the project, Melissa Warner, of Massucco Warner Miller.
I believe the table was custom made or selected by the interior designer for the project, Melissa
believe the corner banquet bench was custom made or selected by the interior designer for the project, Melissa Warner, of Massucco Warner Miller.
I believe the corner banquet bench was custom made or selected by the interior designer for the project, Melissa Warner, of Massucco Warner Miller.
City Living Design makes this style of banquette and many others. Check out their website: www.cityli
Love the idea of upholstered benches/ couches around table. Whit is totally impractical for homes with kids though
“lovely” — lgun444
Jeffers Design Group
1 Review
Jay Jeffers Home
Ideabooks1,979
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This kitchen from Jeffers Design Group uses a neutral gray plaid for the backsplash and walls, which blends with the lower cabinets and makes the upper red ones pop even more. It's
25. Distinctive Edwardian 'Design Lab'For many designers, their home becomes a place to experiment — as evidenced by this beautiful San Francisco Edwardian. Although the original architecture was retained
retained, the house's unique color palette gives it a new, modern feel. Houzzers loved the contrasting trim throughout the home and the stunning plaid kitchen backsplash.
The kitchen was the only room in the house that truly needed work — but what designer stops after renovating just one room? Jeffers put in a tartan tile backsplash "à la Burberry," he says, and custom cabinets with back-painted glass. "It's a cliché to say, but we live in our kitchen," he says. "The
“shelf under the hood. contrast colored cabinets” — Alex Torres
Levy Art & Architecture
1 Review
Zero Energy House
Ideabooks5,969
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The architecture has been developed in conjunction with the mechanical systems and landscape design, each influencing the other to arrive at an integrated solution. Working from the historic façade, the design preserves the traditional formal parlors transitioning to an open plan at the central stairwell
radiant tubing redistributes collected warmth to the original, North facing portions of the house. Careful consideration has been given to the envelope design in order to reduce the overall space conditioning needs, retrofitting the old and maximizing insulation in the new. Photographer Ken Gutmaker
Great design! How much space does the opening for the staircase take in the floor above?
I'm trying to figure out if I can change the design of the staircase in my home and/or move it to a new location in the house. Thanks!
“The two coloured bar!” — paca6
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