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The Hillside House
chimney was rendered unnecessary. The firebox was minimized and set flush with the hearth, which is oversize and has been integrated with the seating in the space. The architects have taken care to oversize the pendant lamp as well as the table and the seating unit. Every element has been elevated and pushed
Laura U, Inc.
River Oaks Residence
library, rendering the hues in a bold checkerboard pattern. Because this is a kids' domain, carpet tiles by Flor were a great choice. "The persimmon color on the ceiling and in the accent pillows is a fun foil to the otherwise muted palette," says Umansky. Sofa: Vanguard; ottoman: Ralph Lauren Home; table
Reynolds Home Tour
but is rendered here in concrete rather than wood. Parts of the exterior are clad in a composite siding made from recycled wood.
Robert Young Architects
pieces rendered in the local gabled vernacular. In this view of the Robert Young-designed project, the whitewash-and-glass, flat-roofed piece connects two shingle-clad volumes. Seen from another view ...
New Mood Design LLC
New Mood Design
used but rendered in glass tile here. Again, McAlear installed a dramatic, artistic light fixture — this one, the Aloe Bud Multi by Jeremy Cole, is made of porcelain.Bed: Bloom by Bonaldo, table lamps: Coral, Swank
Jeffers Design Group
Jay Jeffers Home
Ammirato from rendering him in hot pink.
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
members renders them slightly more tailored and, especially in this example, much brighter. Used sparingly on the ceiling, the painted framing offers the charm of an informal cottage without the insulation problems one encounters when leaving framing exposed on exterior walls. White paint is a classic
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
spiral, rendered in flagstone, seems to vibrate with its own energy. The stones form a rhythmic motion as the spiral narrows, turns in on itself and terminates at a center firepit. Where most of the spaces between the stones are planted with soft, woolly thyme, note the contrasting crushed stone used in