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Habor Cottage, www.harborcottagemaine.com, in Martinsville Maine. Renovation by Sheila Narusawa, http://www.sheilanarusawa.com/. Construction by Harbor Builders www.harborbuilders.com. Photography by Justine Hand. For the complete tour see http://designskool.net/harbor-cottage-maine.
Habor Cottage, MaineJustine Hand
By creating areas within areas, Weiss makes the most of the 1500 square loft. A vintage Turkish rug defines the seating area and creates a comfortable spot for relaxing or entertaining, something Weiss enjoys quite a bit. The series of self portraits, painted over a twenty-year period, create a...
Stacy Weiss: Shadyside, PennsylvaniaAdrienne DeRosa
This room features a linear bare bulb chandelier, a chenille white vein cut limestone travertine fireplace and the original hardwood floor which is over 80 years old and not replicable today. The chair is the Charles Eames' 50 year old lounge chair and ottoman. The fireplace mantle is cut from Silk...
Original FlooringMonetti Custom Homes
The chopped up ground floor plan was opened up and organized by a series of arched openings. Here, the ones leading to the dining room, and another just beyond leading to the kitchen and family room are on the left.
Open Floor PlanHoward Bankston & Post
Paul Dyer Photography: Situated on a San Francisco hilltop, this 100 year old bungalow received a complete renovation by McElroy Architecture. Opening up to the panoramic views are expansive sliding doors on each level. Quantum’s Lift & Slide doors are equipped with stainless steel carriage...
With a compact form and several integrated sustainable systems, the Capitol Hill Residence achieves the client’s goals to maximize the site’s views and resources while responding to its micro climate. Some of the sustainable systems are architectural in nature. For example, the roof rainwater...
Capitol HillBalance Associates Architects
A small sitting area at the top of the stairs. Ample light, bright color, and reclaimed Loblolly Pine on the floor and ceiling. Mixing contemporary and classic art.
Farmhouse Landing NookRauser Design