Beachside

This lovely beashside house was transformed into the reflections of its owners, bright, inviting, fun and charming ..all at the same time. What an honor and a pleasure it was to be a part of this project.
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This master bath is cool and fresh. The lady of the house believed that a one sink bathroom contributed to a happy marriage. Ann Sack mosaics in the shower and as a floor detail added to the playfulness of this bathroom. Susan Schippmann for Scavullo Design Photo by Matthew Millman
“style” — jessiety
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The master bath in this family was a place for the whole family to bathe . Mom insisted on a stool near the tub so her girls could visit while she was in the tub. Simple and serene are the words for this space. Susan Schippmann for Scavullo Design Photo by Matthew Millman
“Colors” — texaseva13
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Two sisters share this magic 3rd floor bedroom and playschool. The reading nook is a favorite spot for the girls to spend time with a favorite book. Inspired by their love of Chinese lanterns, dragons and pink , the girls floor at the top of the stairs is a favorite spot in the house. Susan Schippmann for Scavullo Design Photo by Matthew Millman
“Options for otto room!!!” — julieechurch
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The two sisters that share this room equally love Chinese lanterns , dragons and Paris. Over the door is a projector streaming a real time video of the Eiffel Tower. Cork floors with recessed wool sisal rugs make for a comfortable and clean playspace. The girls chose to sleep in nooks accessible only by climbing, instead of beds! Fun! Susan Schippmann for Scavullo Design P...More
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This master bedroom is soft and serene. I peaceful get away after a day of surfing and taking care of the kids. There is even a pop up TV in the custom cabinet at the end of the bed for the parent who like to sneak a little TV into the house. Hand blown glass lamps add a little glamour to this beachside bedroom. Susan Schippmann for Scavullo Design Photo by Matthew Millman
“vegger, farger” — Nadi Carpadi
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This upstairs guest bath is strategically placed next to the dry sauna used for apres surfing . A sturdy console table was transformed into a bathroom vanity with a hand hammered sink. Heath tiles in a vertical pattern line the shower and tub. Lovely .Susan Schippmann for Scavullo Design Photo by Matthew Millman
“foyer table” — janerskim
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The client wanted to freshen the existing kitchen with out a major remodel. So a new glass mosaic backslash and Cesear Stone counter were added. It felt like a new kitchen with out all the costs and hassles. Susan Schippmann for Scavullo Design Photo by Matthew Millman
“Backsplash” — karachel
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Beachside is the location of this house. This room represents the colorful side of the beach with bright blues, oranges and reds. Special seating for the girls of the family on either side of the fireplace. Open the large folding doors and you are outside complete with a Buddha and climbing wall. Susan Schippmann for Scavullo Design Photo by Matthew Millman
“Wall colour, built-ins” — apresta1974
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The eating area off the kitchen was the only spot for the client grandfathers table (taken from his boat). Narrow and long is this folding table rich with patina. An antique corner cabinet and a custom chandelier art piece make this room the perfect spot for all the family meals.Susan Schippmann for Scavullo Design Photo by Matthew Millman
“seat cover” — arabellawenks
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The guest house over the garage made for the perfect office until guests arrive. There is a complete kitchen detailed to accommodate every luxury needed in this compact space. This space is brought to life by the painting of the construction worker painted by the clients mother. Who wouldn't want to stay here? Susan Schippmann for Scavullo Design Photo by Matthew Millman
“Office/guest house, kitchenette” — Orange Architect
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These vintage Hans Wegner chairs are this designer favorite pieces in the house. Exceptionally designed and comfortable,these chairs have maintained all their original charisma. Once well designed always well designed.!! Susan Schippmann for Scavullo Design Photo by Matthew Millman
“Chairs, rug, blinds” — Valerie Hoffmann
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This guest room corner was the only place allowed to have toile. The owner would have had toile in every corner but held back. This lovely totterer on white toile told the story of mysterious and beautiful world of India . Custom tables distressed with bits of terracotta color coming through the black top coat. Susan Schippmann for Scavullo Design Photo by Matthew Millman
“chair” — flintsteel
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This guest house bath all started with the clients "find" in Paris. They fell in love with this sink and the we designed around it. The wall of glass mosaic is the art work for the room. Tiny but mighty is this full guest bath.
“weird” — 2packs4sure
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