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Alamo, CA. Farmhouse. Full Service Design Firm. Master Bedroom.
Alamo, CA. Farmhouse. Full Service Design Firm. Master Bedroom.
LMK Interiors
Farmhouse style with an industrial, contemporary feel.
Mid-sized cottage master carpeted bedroom photo in San Francisco with green walls
Master Bedroom
Master Bedroom
Rachel Reider Interiors
The king size bed was a tight fit between two doors in this master bedroom. As a space saving tactic, two crystal pendants were hung on either side to free up space on the small bedside tables. A small bench at the end of the bed provides a place to store a throw blanket or toss a sweater at the end of a long day. Photo Credit: Michael Partenio
Sugar Bowl Residence - John Maniscalco Architecture
Sugar Bowl Residence - John Maniscalco Architecture
John Maniscalco Architecture
Example of a minimalist carpeted bedroom design in Sacramento with white walls
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Market Street Penthouse Bed Room
Market Street Penthouse Bed Room
Winder Gibson Architects
An interior build-out of a two-level penthouse unit in a prestigious downtown highrise. The design emphasizes the continuity of space for a loft-like environment. Sliding doors transform the unit into discrete rooms as needed. The material palette reinforces this spatial flow: white concrete floors, touch-latch cabinetry, slip-matched walnut paneling and powder-coated steel counters. Whole-house lighting, audio, video and shade controls are all controllable from an iPhone, Collaboration: Joel Sanders Architect, New York. Photographer: Rien van Rijthoven
refined revelry
refined revelry
PROjECT interiors + Aimee Wertepny
Trendy dark wood floor bedroom photo in Chicago with green walls
Finishing a Park Avenue Apartment
Finishing a Park Avenue Apartment
Rusk Renovations
This lovely apartment in a new Toll Brothers development needed lighting, AV and paint—the finishing touches to make it home for an international client. New York, New York Interior Design: Catherine Schweber Interiors Photography: Gindi Photography
Palmer Point Road Residence 2  Master Bedroom
Palmer Point Road Residence 2 Master Bedroom
Martha O'Hara Interiors
Interior Design by Martha O'Hara Interiors Built by Stonewood, LLC Photography by Troy Thies Photo Styling by Shannon Gale
Example of a transitional carpeted bedroom design in Minneapolis with gray walls
Purple Glam Master Bedroom
Purple Glam Master Bedroom
Rhonda Vandiver-White
Photography by Dan Piassick
Example of a trendy bedroom design in Dallas
Parkwood Road Residence Master Bedroom
Parkwood Road Residence Master Bedroom
Martha O'Hara Interiors
This tranquil master bedroom suite includes a small seating area, beautiful views and an interior hallway to the master bathroom & closet. All furnishings in this space are available through Martha O'Hara Interiors. www.oharainteriors.com - 952.908.3150 Martha O'Hara Interiors, Interior Selections & Furnishings | Charles Cudd De Novo, Architecture | Troy Thies Photography | Shannon Gale, Photo Styling
Branson Cedars Resort Treehouse
Branson Cedars Resort Treehouse
The Original Log Cabin Homes
Log Home Tree house Bedroom
Bedroom - rustic master bedroom idea in Grand Rapids
Custom Bedroom Furniture
Custom Bedroom Furniture
PVZ Design: Interior & Furniture Design
Zebra wood night tables with lights that illuminate the colletor's glass art as well as the counter. The matching dresser houses the home owner's home office complete with file drawers and printer. Peter Rymwid Photography
Elevation 9820
Elevation 9820
SV Design
When full-time Massachusetts residents contemplate building a second home in Telluride, Colorado the question immediately arises; does it make most sense to hire a regionally based Rocky Mountain architect or a sea level architect conveniently located for all of the rigorous collaboration required for successful bespoke home design. Determined to prove the latter true, Siemasko + Verbridge accompanied the potential client as they scoured the undulating Telluride landscape in search of the perfect house site. The selected site’s harmonious balance of untouched meadow rising up to meet the edge of an aspen grove and the opposing 180 degree view of Wilson’s Range spoke to everyone. A plateau just beyond a fork in the meadow provided a natural flatland, requiring little excavation and yet the right amount of upland slope to capture the views. The intrinsic character of the site was only enriched by an elk trail and snake-rail fence. Establishing the expanse of Wilson’s range would be best served by rejecting the notion of selected views, the central sweeping curve of the roof inverts a small saddle in the range with which it is perfectly aligned. The soaring wave of custom windows and the open floor plan make the relatively modest house feel sizable despite its footprint of just under 2,000 square feet. Officially a two bedroom home, the bunk room and loft allow the home to comfortably sleep ten, encouraging large gatherings of family and friends. The home is completely off the grid in response to the unique and fragile qualities of the landscape. Great care was taken to respect the regions vernacular through the use of mostly native materials and a palette derived from the terrain found at 9,820 feet above sea level. Photographer: Gibeon Photography
Midtown Duplex Apartment
Midtown Duplex Apartment
Shenton Architects LLP
Located in the Midtown East neighborhood of Turtle Bay, this project involved combining two separate units to create a duplex three bedroom apartment. The upper unit required a gut renovation to provide a new Master Bedroom suite, including the replacement of an existing Kitchen with a Master Bathroom, remodeling a second bathroom, and adding new closets and cabinetry throughout. An opening was made in the steel floor structure between the units to install a new stair. The lower unit had been renovated recently and only needed work in the Living/Dining area to accommodate the new staircase. Given the long and narrow proportion of the apartment footprint, it was important that the stair be spatially efficient while creating a focal element to unify the apartment. The stair structure takes the concept of a spine beam and splits it into two thin steel plates, which support horizontal plates recessed into the underside of the treads. The wall adjacent to the stair was clad with vertical wood slats to physically connect the two levels and define a double height space. Whitewashed oak flooring runs through both floors, with solid white oak for the stair treads and window countertops. The blackened steel stair structure contrasts with white satin lacquer finishes to the slat wall and built-in cabinetry. On the upper floor, full height electrolytic glass panels bring natural light into the stair hall from the Master Bedroom, while providing privacy when needed. archphoto.com
Historic Character / Modern Functionality
Historic Character / Modern Functionality
Penza Bailey Architects
Originally constructed in 1937 as the centerpiece of a country estate, the new owners elected to give their home a complete interior makeover before moving in. The kitchen was enlarged and modernized as was the master bedroom and bath on the fl oor above it. Three wings were added to the original home, one to house the garage, mud room, laundry and “Gentleman’s Retreat” on the lower level and a children’s/guest bedroom and bath on the upper level. The addition at the middle rear of the house holds a family dining area screened pavilion with a large walk-in closet connected to the master bedroom upstairs. The third addition is an all-season, enclosed pavilion space at the west end of the house. The renovations and additions presented challenges, especially at the front entrance where a dark closeted stair to the upper level was opened up to flood the entire two level entry hall with natural daylight. The project was featured in a ten-page spread in the May 2011 issue of Chesapeake Home + Living magazine. Sargent Photography
The Bondi
The Bondi
John Cannon Homes
The Bondi designed and built by John Cannon Homes in a Tampa, Florida waterfront community. This two-story home at 3,681SF is designed to be a place where a family can create a legacy of rich, joyful stories to be told and re-told through the years. A home filled with amenities that provide the perfect setting to live and play in the best traditions of the Florida lifestyle. The Bondi floorplan features 3 bedrooms, 4 Baths, great room, bonus room, study and 2-car garage. Gene Pollux Photography
Pacific Heights Home Bedroom
Pacific Heights Home Bedroom
Winder Gibson Architects
This 6500 s.f. new home on one of the best blocks in San Francisco’s Pacific Heights, was designed for the needs of family with two work-from-home professionals. We focused on well-scaled rooms and excellent flow between spaces. We applied customized classical detailing and luxurious materials over a modern design approach of clean lines and state-of-the-art contemporary amenities. Materials include integral color stucco, custom mahogany windows, book-matched Calacatta marble, slate roofing and wrought-iron railings.
Japanese Inspired Remodel in Noe Valley
Japanese Inspired Remodel in Noe Valley
Mark Brand Architecture
The design of this remodel of a small two-level residence in Noe Valley reflects the owner's passion for Japanese architecture. Having decided to completely gut the interior partitions, we devised a better-arranged floor plan with traditional Japanese features, including a sunken floor pit for dining and a vocabulary of natural wood trim and casework. Vertical grain Douglas Fir takes the place of Hinoki wood traditionally used in Japan. Natural wood flooring, soft green granite and green glass backsplashes in the kitchen further develop the desired Zen aesthetic. A wall to wall window above the sunken bath/shower creates a connection to the outdoors. Privacy is provided through the use of switchable glass, which goes from opaque to clear with a flick of a switch. We used in-floor heating to eliminate the noise associated with forced-air systems.
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Mark English Architects, AIA
designed with Gary Hutton
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