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Condo Renovation 2 in Provincetown, MA
Condo Renovation 2 in Provincetown, MA
Cape Associates, Inc.
The overarching design intent for this 1,455-square-foot West Vine Street condominium was to make the spaces contemporary and functional. The renovation began with an unexpected structural deficiency in the form of a post located in the middle of the living room that was causing a three-inch dip in the floor. It was removed and replaced with steel columns running down through the walls and into a footing pad with a three-foot depth. The main living spaces underwent significant changes; the kitchen was reconfigured to open up a formerly cramped space, and the removal of a wall made room for a cascading island with Cesarstone countertops—a crowning feature. Additionally, an electrical panel was relocated to be able to wrap the refrigerator with a wood veneer frame. Notable materials include eight-inch-wide ‘Esplanade’ French oak plank floors chosen to complement the reclaimed wood-wrapped ceiling beams, which feature a combination of LED downlighting and uplighting. A sleek gas fireplace with horizontal slate surround and paneled wall backing replaced an old wood-burning stove—furthering the design program. Pacheco-Robb Architects dismantled an existing spiral stair and replaced it with a cable-rail system—a nautical nod—which is noteworthy for the way it meets code; by running a contiguous oak banister for the entire length of the stair, they were able to avoid having to add a second railing, which would shrink the already narrow stairwell. Upstairs, a tight bedroom with gabled ceilings was addressed by adding a solar-operated skylight with built-in shade, plus minimalistic furnishings. Structural changes in the master bedroom included eliminating a closest to widen the room, and reconfiguring a bathroom to fit a small walk-in closet in lieu of a long, thin hallway. The formerly unfinished rooftop deck is now accessed via a six-foot door that opens more than 90 degrees. Azek decking was laid over the rubber roof, and two-inch stanchions were located around the rail’s outer edge. By opening the floor plan and streamlining the aesthetic, the place now breathes.
Farmhouse Reinterpreted
Farmhouse Reinterpreted
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
Rob Karosis Photography www.robkarosis.com
Country bathroom photo in Burlington with marble countertops
Condo Renovation 2 in Provincetown, MA
Condo Renovation 2 in Provincetown, MA
Cape Associates, Inc.
The overarching design intent for this 1,455-square-foot West Vine Street condominium was to make the spaces contemporary and functional. The renovation began with an unexpected structural deficiency in the form of a post located in the middle of the living room that was causing a three-inch dip in the floor. It was removed and replaced with steel columns running down through the walls and into a footing pad with a three-foot depth. The main living spaces underwent significant changes; the kitchen was reconfigured to open up a formerly cramped space, and the removal of a wall made room for a cascading island with Cesarstone countertops—a crowning feature. Additionally, an electrical panel was relocated to be able to wrap the refrigerator with a wood veneer frame. Notable materials include eight-inch-wide ‘Esplanade’ French oak plank floors chosen to complement the reclaimed wood-wrapped ceiling beams, which feature a combination of LED downlighting and uplighting. A sleek gas fireplace with horizontal slate surround and paneled wall backing replaced an old wood-burning stove—furthering the design program. Pacheco-Robb Architects dismantled an existing spiral stair and replaced it with a cable-rail system—a nautical nod—which is noteworthy for the way it meets code; by running a contiguous oak banister for the entire length of the stair, they were able to avoid having to add a second railing, which would shrink the already narrow stairwell. Upstairs, a tight bedroom with gabled ceilings was addressed by adding a solar-operated skylight with built-in shade, plus minimalistic furnishings. Structural changes in the master bedroom included eliminating a closest to widen the room, and reconfiguring a bathroom to fit a small walk-in closet in lieu of a long, thin hallway. The formerly unfinished rooftop deck is now accessed via a six-foot door that opens more than 90 degrees. Azek decking was laid over the rubber roof, and two-inch stanchions were located around the rail’s outer edge. By opening the floor plan and streamlining the aesthetic, the place now breathes.
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Condo Renovation 2 in Provincetown, MA
Condo Renovation 2 in Provincetown, MA
Cape Associates, Inc.
The overarching design intent for this 1,455-square-foot West Vine Street condominium was to make the spaces contemporary and functional. The renovation began with an unexpected structural deficiency in the form of a post located in the middle of the living room that was causing a three-inch dip in the floor. It was removed and replaced with steel columns running down through the walls and into a footing pad with a three-foot depth. The main living spaces underwent significant changes; the kitchen was reconfigured to open up a formerly cramped space, and the removal of a wall made room for a cascading island with Cesarstone countertops—a crowning feature. Additionally, an electrical panel was relocated to be able to wrap the refrigerator with a wood veneer frame. Notable materials include eight-inch-wide ‘Esplanade’ French oak plank floors chosen to complement the reclaimed wood-wrapped ceiling beams, which feature a combination of LED downlighting and uplighting. A sleek gas fireplace with horizontal slate surround and paneled wall backing replaced an old wood-burning stove—furthering the design program. Pacheco-Robb Architects dismantled an existing spiral stair and replaced it with a cable-rail system—a nautical nod—which is noteworthy for the way it meets code; by running a contiguous oak banister for the entire length of the stair, they were able to avoid having to add a second railing, which would shrink the already narrow stairwell. Upstairs, a tight bedroom with gabled ceilings was addressed by adding a solar-operated skylight with built-in shade, plus minimalistic furnishings. Structural changes in the master bedroom included eliminating a closest to widen the room, and reconfiguring a bathroom to fit a small walk-in closet in lieu of a long, thin hallway. The formerly unfinished rooftop deck is now accessed via a six-foot door that opens more than 90 degrees. Azek decking was laid over the rubber roof, and two-inch stanchions were located around the rail’s outer edge. By opening the floor plan and streamlining the aesthetic, the place now breathes.
Park Slope Wood Frame Master Bathroom
Park Slope Wood Frame Master Bathroom
Ben Herzog
Embracing small-space thinking, the clients skipped the ‘required’ double master sinks for a wide single vanity in luxurious walnut, with a new skylight above. The extra space is put to good use as a laundry room in the hall. Floor: Doge mosaic, Artistic Tile. Walls: Scenes in matte white, Mosa. Plumbing: Hansgrohe Metris S in brushed nickel. Light: Schoolhouse electric. Vanity: Nameeks
Bathroom
Bathroom
dSPACE Studio Ltd, AIA
Large trendy 3/4 mosaic tile and green tile mosaic tile floor alcove shower photo in Chicago with flat-panel cabinets, gray cabinets, an undermount sink, quartz countertops and beige walls
Master Bathroom
Master Bathroom
Martha O'Hara Interiors
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Master Bath Retreat
Master Bath Retreat
Kayron Brewer, CMKBD / Studio K B
Photography by Northlight Photography.
Bathroom - traditional beige tile bathroom idea in Seattle with an undermount sink, shaker cabinets, beige cabinets and beige countertops
House in Sonoma
House in Sonoma
Julie Williams Design
His vanity done in Crystal custom cabinetry and mirror surround with Crema marfil marble countertop and sconces by Hudson Valley: 4021-OB Menlo Park in Bronze finish. Faucet is by Jado 842/803/105 Hatteras widespread lavatory faucet, lever handles, old bronze. Paint is Benjamin Moore 956 Palace White. Eric Rorer Photography
Presidio Heights Pueblo Revival - Bath Vanities
Presidio Heights Pueblo Revival - Bath Vanities
Gast Architects
Photographer: John Sutton
Example of a classic bathroom design in San Francisco with marble countertops
Ranch Remodel
Ranch Remodel
JCA ARCHITECTS
Master bathroom suite with slab and mosaic Calacatta Marble floors, slab counters and tiled walls. Crystal chandeliers and sconces highlighting custom painted inset cabinets.
Traditional Bathroom
Traditional Bathroom
Bathroom - traditional stone tile bathroom idea in Boston
Wyndmoor Residence bathroom
Wyndmoor Residence bathroom
Hanson Fine Building
Photography: Barry Halkin
Elegant kids' subway tile claw-foot bathtub photo in Philadelphia with a wall-mount sink and blue walls
Powell Ohio Master Bath
Powell Ohio Master Bath
Jim Deen/Kitchen Kraft
John Evans
Inspiration for a timeless white tile and marble tile bathroom remodel in Columbus with gray walls
Master Bath
Master Bath
Arch Studio, Inc.
Best of House Design and Service 2014. --Photo by Paul Dyer
Inspiration for a timeless marble tile toilet room remodel in San Francisco with marble countertops and a vessel sink
Park Avenue Apartment in Rosario Candela Building
Park Avenue Apartment in Rosario Candela Building
Studio 511
A beautiful, clean, cool, classic, white Master Bath. Interior Design by Ashley Whittaker.
Small elegant master white tile mosaic tile floor bathroom photo in New York with an undermount sink, white cabinets, marble countertops, an undermount tub, white walls, raised-panel cabinets and white countertops
Lago Di Grata Circle
Lago Di Grata Circle
Tracy Lynn Studio
Zack Benson Photography
Transitional master gray tile and subway tile medium tone wood floor bathroom photo in San Diego with gray cabinets, gray walls, an undermount sink and a hinged shower door
Minimal Modern Spa Bathroom
Minimal Modern Spa Bathroom
Storybook Interiors
A Minimal Modern Spa Bathroom completed by Storybook Interiors of Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Inspiration for a mid-sized contemporary master gray tile and ceramic tile ceramic tile bathroom remodel in Grand Rapids with quartzite countertops, flat-panel cabinets, medium tone wood cabinets and a vessel sink
Family Loft
Family Loft
ZeroEnergy Design
The reconfiguration of the master bathroom opened up the space by pairing a platform shower with a freestanding tub. The open shower, wall-hung vanity, and wall-hung water closet create continuous flooring and an expansive feeling. The result is a welcoming space with a calming aesthetic.
Yorba Linda Master Bathroom
Yorba Linda Master Bathroom
International Custom Designs
Inspired by the Japanese "roten-buro" (outdoor bath), this master bath uses natural materials and textures to create the feeling of bathing out in nature. Designer: Fumiko Faiman. Photographer: Jeri Koegel.
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