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Encinitas Modern Connection
Encinitas Modern Connection
KW Designs
Inspiration for a modern light wood floor and beige floor great room remodel in San Diego with gray walls
Oakpass
Oakpass
Dressed Design
Patio - 1950s courtyard patio idea in Other with no cover
Office & Craft Rooms
Office & Craft Rooms
California Closets NY
Craft room - huge modern craft room idea in New York
Kids Rooms
Kids Rooms
Wood Effects
Kids' room - modern kids' room idea in Miami
Thomasdale Final Dining
Thomasdale Final Dining
QuarterLab Design Build
We are in love with our Client's dining table, chair and hanging fixture.
Kitchen/dining room combo - 1950s concrete floor and gray floor kitchen/dining room combo idea in Austin with orange walls and no fireplace
Shag Rugs
Shag Rugs
nuLOOM
Dining room - modern dining room idea in New York
Lima Residence
Lima Residence
Abramson Architects
Poured concrete, dark metal and Trespa wood-like panels accentuate the various forms of the structure. Photo: Jim Bartsch
Inspiration for a large modern gray two-story concrete flat roof remodel in Los Angeles
202 Venetian Drive | Delray Beach, Florida - Offered at $4.295 Million
202 Venetian Drive | Delray Beach, Florida - Offered at $4.295 Million
Seaside Builders Of Delray Beach, Florida
Family Room
Mid-sized minimalist open concept light wood floor and beige floor family room photo in Miami with beige walls, a standard fireplace, a concrete fireplace and a media wall
007 House
007 House
Dick Clark + Associates
Dror Baldinger
Modern exterior home idea in Austin
Palo Alto Eichler Remodel
Palo Alto Eichler Remodel
Klopf Architecture
Klopf Architecture completely remodeled this once dark Eichler house in Palo Alto creating a more open, bright and functional family home. The reconfigured great room with new full height windows and sliding glass doors blends the indoors with the newly landscaped patio and seating areas outside. The former galley kitchen was relocated and was opened up to have clear sight lines through the great room and out to the patios and yard, including a large island and a beautiful walnut bar countertop with seating. An integrated small front addition was added allowing for a more spacious master bath and hall bath layouts. With the removal of the old brick fireplace, larger sliding glass doors and multiple skylights now flood the home with natural light. The goals were to work within the Eichler style while creating a more open, indoor-outdoor flow and functional spaces, as well as a more efficient building envelope including a well insulated roof, providing solutions that many Eichler homeowners appreciate. The original entryway lacked unique details; the clients desired a more gracious front approach. The historic Eichler color palette was used to create a modern updated front facade. Durable grey porcelain floor tiles unify the entire home, creating a continuous flow. They, along with white walls, provide a backdrop for the unique elements and materials to stand on their own, such as the brightly colored mosaic tiles, the walnut bar and furniture, and stained ceiling boards. A secondary living space was extended out to the patio with the addition of a bench and additional seating. This Single family Eichler 4 bedroom 2 bath remodel is located in the heart of the Silicon Valley. Klopf Architecture Project Team: John Klopf, Klara Kevane, and Ethan Taylor Contractor: Coast to Coast Construction Landscape Contractor: Discelli Structural Engineer: Brian Dotson Consulting Engineer Photography ©2018 Mariko Reed Location: Palo Alto, CA Year completed: 2017
Disegno Wall Unit III, Sangiacomo Italy
Disegno Wall Unit III, Sangiacomo Italy
IL Decor
Disegno L2-23 Wall Unit III by Sangiacomo, Italy in matt ferro and bianco lacquer.
Inspiration for a modern living room remodel in Boston
Staged homes
Staged homes
Lyn's Design Style
Radion Photography
Inspiration for a large modern medium tone wood floor and brown floor living room remodel in Boise with white walls, a standard fireplace and a stone fireplace
Sugar Bowl Residence - John Maniscalco Architecture
Sugar Bowl Residence - John Maniscalco Architecture
John Maniscalco Architecture
Inspiration for a modern wooden staircase remodel in Sacramento
Wagon Circle Custom Home
Wagon Circle Custom Home
Mosaic Architects Boulder
Modern contemporary living room, design by Mosaic Architects. Photo By Jim Bartsch
Minimalist living room photo in Denver with a stone fireplace
steel and stucco walls
steel and stucco walls
Huettl Landscape Architecture
cor-ten steel plates between concrete and stucco walls
Design ideas for a modern retaining wall landscape in San Francisco.
Port Washington Residence
Port Washington Residence
Narofsky Architecture + ways2design
Professional interior shots by Phillip Ennis Photography, exterior shots provided by Architect's firm.
Mid-sized minimalist l-shaped concrete floor eat-in kitchen photo in New York with stainless steel appliances, flat-panel cabinets, dark wood cabinets, quartz countertops, an undermount sink and an island
Horseneck
Horseneck
Bloom Architecture
Starting with a traditional shingled camp on the Slocum River, the Horseneck project transformed this compact vernacular building into a more modernist composition, connecting interior to exterior, overlapping programmatic areas, maximizing available daylight, and prioritizing outdoor living. With the river setting the backdrop, we began the design with an abstract composition of planes and volumes, which would serve to open the house, frame the views, and add depth to the landscape. The new glass wall, floating deck, cube-like pergola, and attenuated cedar planter all contribute to this geometric composition, in stark contrast to the lush wooded surroundings, and rolling hills. The extensive interior renovations included opening the central stair on both sides to serve as a central focal point for the interiors. A new kitchen, two new bathrooms, new lighting, finishes, and color palette rounded off the interior renovations
Quimby Mid-Century
Quimby Mid-Century
James Frank Construction Inc
Mid-Century update to a home located in NW Portland. The project included a new kitchen with skylights, multi-slide wall doors on both sides of the home, kitchen gathering desk, children's playroom, and opening up living room and dining room ceiling to dramatic vaulted ceilings. The project team included Risa Boyer Architecture. Photos: Josh Partee
Outdoor Lighting
Outdoor Lighting
Tower Lighting
Custom home with custom Vista Lanterns. Made in the U.S.A. www.TowerLighting.com
Minimalist exterior home photo in Chicago
Hoover House
Hoover House
WeBuild Residential
Minimalist kitchen photo in Phoenix