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East 75th Street
East 75th Street
Thom Filicia Inc.
Minimalist living room photo in New York
New England Stone Farmhouse in Los Angeles, CA
New England Stone Farmhouse in Los Angeles, CA
Ward Jewell Architect AIA
Ward Jewell, AIA was asked to design a comfortable one-story stone and wood pool house that was "barn-like" in keeping with the owner’s gentleman farmer concept. Thus, Mr. Jewell was inspired to create an elegant New England Stone Farm House designed to provide an exceptional environment for them to live, entertain, cook and swim in the large reflection lap pool. Mr. Jewell envisioned a dramatic vaulted great room with hand selected 200 year old reclaimed wood beams and 10 foot tall pocketing French doors that would connect the house to a pool, deck areas, loggia and lush garden spaces, thus bringing the outdoors in. A large cupola “lantern clerestory” in the main vaulted ceiling casts a natural warm light over the graceful room below. The rustic walk-in stone fireplace provides a central focal point for the inviting living room lounge. Important to the functionality of the pool house are a chef’s working farm kitchen with open cabinetry, free-standing stove and a soapstone topped central island with bar height seating. Grey washed barn doors glide open to reveal a vaulted and beamed quilting room with full bath and a vaulted and beamed library/guest room with full bath that bookend the main space. The private garden expanded and evolved over time. After purchasing two adjacent lots, the owners decided to redesign the garden and unify it by eliminating the tennis court, relocating the pool and building an inspired "barn". The concept behind the garden’s new design came from Thomas Jefferson’s home at Monticello with its wandering paths, orchards, and experimental vegetable garden. As a result this small organic farm, was born. Today the farm produces more than fifty varieties of vegetables, herbs, and edible flowers; many of which are rare and hard to find locally. The farm also grows a wide variety of fruits including plums, pluots, nectarines, apricots, apples, figs, peaches, guavas, avocados (Haas, Fuerte and Reed), olives, pomegranates, persimmons, strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, and ten different types of citrus. The remaining areas consist of drought-tolerant sweeps of rosemary, lavender, rockrose, and sage all of which attract butterflies and dueling hummingbirds. Photo Credit: Laura Hull Photography. Interior Design: Jeffrey Hitchcock. Landscape Design: Laurie Lewis Design. General Contractor: Martin Perry Premier General Contractors
Nashville Residence
Nashville Residence
Logan Killen Interiors
Sara Essex Bradley
Eclectic formal and enclosed medium tone wood floor living room photo in New Orleans with blue walls
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Armless Tufted Sofa with Art Deco Nail Head Trim
Armless Tufted Sofa with Art Deco Nail Head Trim
Sofa IQ
Gorgeous Sofa with all the bells and whistles. This statement piece can also be made in to a banquette . Custom made to fit your space and decor. With or without nail heads in any fabric, leather and configuration.
Contemporary
Contemporary
Mascheroni Construction
Inspiration for a transitional living room remodel in San Francisco with brown walls
Townhouse Redux
Townhouse Redux
Tres McKinney Design
The walls of this home were given a smooth coat of plaster and painted a soft apricot color. The curtains and valance were hung high to span an upper arched window add fabric to the cavernous height of the ceiling. The fully working curtains add warmth to the room and the sheers filter the light and give privacy during the day. The club chair swivels for conversation and fireplace viewing. The carpet was picked up on the client's travels and influenced the color scheme of the room. Photographer: Andrew McKinney
Pacific Heights Albert Farr Mansion
Pacific Heights Albert Farr Mansion
Cecilie Starin Design Inc.
Photo Credit: David Duncan Livingston
Inspiration for an eclectic living room remodel in San Francisco
Design & Build a New Home
Design & Build a New Home
Gerry Dunleavy Construction
The open layout in the home is perfect for entertaining.
Inspiration for a timeless light wood floor living room remodel in Boston with orange walls
Cape Cod, Shingle style lake home
Cape Cod, Shingle style lake home
VanBrouck & Associates, Inc.
This award-winning Cape-Cod-inspired lake home, with authentic Shingle-style detailing, was designed for casual living and easy entertaining, and to capture the breathtaking views of the lake on which it is sited. www.vanbrouck.com
New England Stone Farmhouse in Los Angeles, CA
New England Stone Farmhouse in Los Angeles, CA
Ward Jewell Architect AIA
Ward Jewell, AIA was asked to design a comfortable one-story stone and wood pool house that was "barn-like" in keeping with the owner’s gentleman farmer concept. Thus, Mr. Jewell was inspired to create an elegant New England Stone Farm House designed to provide an exceptional environment for them to live, entertain, cook and swim in the large reflection lap pool. Mr. Jewell envisioned a dramatic vaulted great room with hand selected 200 year old reclaimed wood beams and 10 foot tall pocketing French doors that would connect the house to a pool, deck areas, loggia and lush garden spaces, thus bringing the outdoors in. A large cupola “lantern clerestory” in the main vaulted ceiling casts a natural warm light over the graceful room below. The rustic walk-in stone fireplace provides a central focal point for the inviting living room lounge. Important to the functionality of the pool house are a chef’s working farm kitchen with open cabinetry, free-standing stove and a soapstone topped central island with bar height seating. Grey washed barn doors glide open to reveal a vaulted and beamed quilting room with full bath and a vaulted and beamed library/guest room with full bath that bookend the main space. The private garden expanded and evolved over time. After purchasing two adjacent lots, the owners decided to redesign the garden and unify it by eliminating the tennis court, relocating the pool and building an inspired "barn". The concept behind the garden’s new design came from Thomas Jefferson’s home at Monticello with its wandering paths, orchards, and experimental vegetable garden. As a result this small organic farm, was born. Today the farm produces more than fifty varieties of vegetables, herbs, and edible flowers; many of which are rare and hard to find locally. The farm also grows a wide variety of fruits including plums, pluots, nectarines, apricots, apples, figs, peaches, guavas, avocados (Haas, Fuerte and Reed), olives, pomegranates, persimmons, strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, and ten different types of citrus. The remaining areas consist of drought-tolerant sweeps of rosemary, lavender, rockrose, and sage all of which attract butterflies and dueling hummingbirds. Photo Credit: Laura Hull Photography. Interior Design: Jeffrey Hitchcock. Landscape Design: Laurie Lewis Design. General Contractor: Martin Perry Premier General Contractors
Glenwood
Glenwood
Tobi Fairley Interior Design
Walls are Sherwin Williams Wool Skein.
Inspiration for a mid-sized transitional formal and enclosed carpeted living room remodel in Little Rock with beige walls
Union Square West Cosmopolitan: Living Room
Union Square West Cosmopolitan: Living Room
Crystal Waye Photo Design
Photographer: Crystal Waye Photo Design
Inspiration for an eclectic living room remodel in San Francisco
Rye, New York
Rye, New York
Kathleen Walsh Interiors, LLC
Elegant enclosed living room photo in New York
New England Stone Farmhouse in Los Angeles, CA
New England Stone Farmhouse in Los Angeles, CA
Ward Jewell Architect AIA
Ward Jewell, AIA was asked to design a comfortable one-story stone and wood pool house that was "barn-like" in keeping with the owner’s gentleman farmer concept. Thus, Mr. Jewell was inspired to create an elegant New England Stone Farm House designed to provide an exceptional environment for them to live, entertain, cook and swim in the large reflection lap pool. Mr. Jewell envisioned a dramatic vaulted great room with hand selected 200 year old reclaimed wood beams and 10 foot tall pocketing French doors that would connect the house to a pool, deck areas, loggia and lush garden spaces, thus bringing the outdoors in. A large cupola “lantern clerestory” in the main vaulted ceiling casts a natural warm light over the graceful room below. The rustic walk-in stone fireplace provides a central focal point for the inviting living room lounge. Important to the functionality of the pool house are a chef’s working farm kitchen with open cabinetry, free-standing stove and a soapstone topped central island with bar height seating. Grey washed barn doors glide open to reveal a vaulted and beamed quilting room with full bath and a vaulted and beamed library/guest room with full bath that bookend the main space. The private garden expanded and evolved over time. After purchasing two adjacent lots, the owners decided to redesign the garden and unify it by eliminating the tennis court, relocating the pool and building an inspired "barn". The concept behind the garden’s new design came from Thomas Jefferson’s home at Monticello with its wandering paths, orchards, and experimental vegetable garden. As a result this small organic farm, was born. Today the farm produces more than fifty varieties of vegetables, herbs, and edible flowers; many of which are rare and hard to find locally. The farm also grows a wide variety of fruits including plums, pluots, nectarines, apricots, apples, figs, peaches, guavas, avocados (Haas, Fuerte and Reed), olives, pomegranates, persimmons, strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, and ten different types of citrus. The remaining areas consist of drought-tolerant sweeps of rosemary, lavender, rockrose, and sage all of which attract butterflies and dueling hummingbirds. Photo Credit: Laura Hull Photography. Interior Design: Jeffrey Hitchcock. Landscape Design: Laurie Lewis Design. General Contractor: Martin Perry Premier General Contractors
Embracing the view, not competing against it
Embracing the view, not competing against it
MSR Design
Embracing the view, not competing against it, the space and furniture balance the inside and outside dramas Don Wong Photo, Inc
Living room - large industrial loft-style light wood floor living room idea in Minneapolis
Daniel Island Home
Daniel Island Home
CHD Interiors
Photographed by Patrick Brickman for Charleston Home + Design magazine
Inspiration for a coastal formal dark wood floor and brown floor living room remodel in Charlotte with a standard fireplace and blue walls
broxburn
broxburn
Workshop11
Photos by shawn Lortie Photography
Living room - mid-sized contemporary open concept and formal medium tone wood floor and brown floor living room idea in DC Metro with white walls, no fireplace and no tv
Brownhouse Design
Brownhouse Design
Brownhouse Design, Los Altos, CA
Los Altos, CA.
Inspiration for a timeless living room remodel in San Francisco with beige walls
Vidal Living Room Interior Design
Vidal Living Room Interior Design
Terracotta Design Build
Jeff Herr
Mid-sized elegant formal and enclosed medium tone wood floor living room photo in Atlanta with gray walls
San Francisco Chic Victorian
San Francisco Chic Victorian
Coddington Design
The living room is home to a custom, blush-velvet Chesterfield sofa and pale-pink silk drapes. The clear, waterfall coffee table was selected to keep the space open, while the Moroccan storage ottomans were used to store toys and provide additional seating. Photo: Caren Alpert
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