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Tice Residences
Ideabooks3,025
Questions3
duplex with two separate, modern, Santa Barbara homes. Although the unique creek-side site (which the client’s original home looked toward across a small ravine) proposed significant challenges, the clients were certain they wanted to live on the lush “Riviera” hillside. The challenges presented were
“Have the fireplace as a divider between the living room and the dinner table” — agnieszkacodeco
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Bookcases flanking window
Ideabooks29,619
Questions14
I am sorry, our homes are custom designs created to specifically integrate our client's programmatic requirement with their particular site. Our policy has been to not release drawings to protect both the clients privacy and our hard work.
The front door opens directly into the living room, which is the main form of the house."The whole house is a library," Smith says. "Our client is extremely organized, with each room containing different genres of books. She has just as many design books as we have in our office."
“sweet little office/library :)” — blpardi
Georgette Westerman Interiors
18 Reviews
Georgette Westerman Interiors
Ideabooks2,691
Questions6
My clients are parents of 4 children under the age of 5 - they requested that their living room be functional, practical and of course look good! They wanted to maximize seating in the room but also did not want the room to feel cluttered. The main seating area includes a matching sofa and love seat
walls were painted blue to match the furniture. Art work, the small accessories all over the room, along with fresh flowers were the final touches. My client was thrilled with the results - it met her expectations that the room be a warm, cheery, inviting space for both her family to play and entertain.
hey were custom made for my client with a vinyl fabric
“ottomans” — Romancing the Home
SALA Architects
4 Reviews
urban green
Ideabooks9,277
Questions4
an eclectic blend of traditional and contemporary elements that weave it into the existing neighborhood fabric while at the same time addressing the client’s desire for a more modern plan and sustainable living. troy thies
i'm not sure where my clients came by them, sorry.
“General feel” — nancyjteel
CWB Architects
Bergen Street Residence
Ideabooks8,961
Questions13
The sofa is the client's own in this case. I am not certain where they purchased the piece.
The ottoman was the client's own and matched the sofa. We had a slipcover made
The sofa is something the client already owned. I am not certain where it came from.
“side table” — irina_l
Chimera Interior Design
10 Reviews
Play/Guest House
Ideabooks14,288
Questions20
shaggy carpet, plenty of pillows and reading lights. "It was actually the client who had the idea to create the loft, as well as the fire pole," says Borden.Wall paint: Cool December, Dunn Edwards; cabinets: Ikea; sectional: client's own
The client supplied the tables.
“Love it!” — amwashing
Studio Agoos Lovera
1 Review
Barn Restoration
Ideabooks5,405
Questions7
Rustic finishes met the client's wishes and the barn's character. Photo: Barry Halkin
The client furnished the space from local stores, antiquing, or salvaging, so we are unsure.
“enclosed with wood on stairs” — wdrdle1
Reiko Feng Shui Design
3 Reviews
Reiko Feng Shui Interior Design - Loft renovation
Ideabooks5,102
Questions14
Hi, thanks for your question. The was my client's existing coffee table, but you can find a similar one at ABC Home - the Urban Cubist coffee table: ...
Hi Ellen, thank you for your question. I wish I had an answer for you. The table was my clients existing piece, but check out this similar one
lines. Gomez had many rerouted, painted others white and used some as a creative element — such as the copper piping near the TV. Coffee table: wood, client's own; couch: Restoration Hardware
“windows” — Mahealani Gambill
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