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ICI Homes Twenty Miles: Biltmore II
ICI Homes Twenty Miles: Biltmore II
Sisler Johnston Interior Design, Inc.
Upstairs also has a second master suite furnished with a king-sized bedroom set. Photography: Tony Giese Inc.
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Abernathy Collection
Abernathy Collection
Eastern Accents
Bring something fresh to your décor with Abernathy, our modern take on Old Hollywood style. In a classic black and cream color palette, this bed is reminiscent of the glamour and exquisite beauty of The Great Gatsby and the roaring '20s
pond house | 9 degrees
pond house | 9 degrees
180 degrees
Timmerman Photography, Inc
Minimalist bedroom photo in Phoenix
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Farmhouse Bedroom
Farmhouse Bedroom
Example of a cottage bedroom design in Austin
expanded bunk room
expanded bunk room
AXIS Productions
with the new entry sunroom above, the existing basement bedroom was expanded. With the additional space, two set of bunk beds fit comfortably with new corner windows adding light. WoodStone Inc, General Contractor Home Interiors, Cortney McDougal, Interior Design Draper White Photography
Kimberly Ayres
Kimberly Ayres
kimberly ayres
Inspiration for an eclectic bedroom remodel in San Francisco
Greenwich Residence
Greenwich Residence
Tiffany Eastman Interiors, LLC
Master Bedroom
Inspiration for a mid-sized transitional master carpeted bedroom remodel in New York with purple walls and no fireplace
Lynnfield Farmhouse - Cummings Architects
Lynnfield Farmhouse - Cummings Architects
Cummings Architecture + Interiors
When Cummings Architects first met with the owners of this understated country farmhouse, the building’s layout and design was an incoherent jumble. The original bones of the building were almost unrecognizable. All of the original windows, doors, flooring, and trims – even the country kitchen – had been removed. Mathew and his team began a thorough design discovery process to find the design solution that would enable them to breathe life back into the old farmhouse in a way that acknowledged the building’s venerable history while also providing for a modern living by a growing family. The redesign included the addition of a new eat-in kitchen, bedrooms, bathrooms, wrap around porch, and stone fireplaces. To begin the transforming restoration, the team designed a generous, twenty-four square foot kitchen addition with custom, farmers-style cabinetry and timber framing. The team walked the homeowners through each detail the cabinetry layout, materials, and finishes. Salvaged materials were used and authentic craftsmanship lent a sense of place and history to the fabric of the space. The new master suite included a cathedral ceiling showcasing beautifully worn salvaged timbers. The team continued with the farm theme, using sliding barn doors to separate the custom-designed master bath and closet. The new second-floor hallway features a bold, red floor while new transoms in each bedroom let in plenty of light. A summer stair, detailed and crafted with authentic details, was added for additional access and charm. Finally, a welcoming farmer’s porch wraps around the side entry, connecting to the rear yard via a gracefully engineered grade. This large outdoor space provides seating for large groups of people to visit and dine next to the beautiful outdoor landscape and the new exterior stone fireplace. Though it had temporarily lost its identity, with the help of the team at Cummings Architects, this lovely farmhouse has regained not only its former charm but also a new life through beautifully integrated modern features designed for today’s family. Photo by Eric Roth
Ellijay Georgia Custom Homes
Ellijay Georgia Custom Homes
Envision Web
Stuart Wade, Envision Virtual Tours Ellijay, Georgia, known as the “Apple Capital” of Georgia, is located between the Ellijay and Cartecay Rivers where they join to make the Coosawattee River and is the county seat of Gilmer County, Georgia. The origin of the city’s name is not certain but thought to be the English derivative of an Indian word(s) meaning “many waters”, “place of green things” or “new ground”. Some histories say it may have been named for an Indian chief. Inhabited for countless years by the Cherokee people indigenous to the North Georgia, the area was first mentioned as a village and trade center before the onslaught of white settlers inhabited the region. During the 1830’s both white settlers and Indians occupied Ellijay. During the original land lottery in 1832, Martin Scalf acquired the 160 acre lot where the town now stands. In 1833, Clemonds Quinland bought 10 acres from Scalf, retained one acre for himself and donated the rest of the purchase to the County. A plan for twenty town lots, streets and a public square was created and the streets were oriented to allow maximum sunlight exposure to the buildings. Proceeds from lot sales were used to build a jail and courthouse and pay other city expenses. During this same year, Gilmer County was appropriated $800.00 from the State to build a school, and a three-acre lot was donated for the city cemetery. On December 29, l834, Ellijay was incorporated and designated as the County seat of Gilmer County. By 1837, the town had twenty dwellings, three stores and one attorney. Most of these early buildings were of log construction. Many roads led to Ellijay by 1849. The population had grown to 150 by 1850 and the town at five stores. Some wood-frame buildings were being constructed at this time and in 1854, a new courthouse was built in the center of the square, replacing the earlier building. The County’s first newspaper was the Ellijay Courier, started in 1875, and during this time period, Ellijay was a stop on the stagecoach line. The railroad bridge over the Cartecay River was completed in 1884 and the town now had rail service. With the arrival of the railroad and subsequent tracks to White Path, Ellijay began to grow much faster. Many hotels were constructed and land was donated for a depot east of town. More industries, such as a cheese factory and the Shippen Brothers Lumber Mill, located in Ellijay. By 1898, the city had expanded its limits in every direction and now included the depot. By 1900, all the buildings on the town square were brick. This included the recently completed Hyatt Hotel. Most of the other buildings in town were still of log construction, but new wood-frame buildings were being built. The Shippen Brothers Lumber Company production was expanding and exporting their lumber to Europe. Within the next few decades, this company grew to be one of the largest employers in Ellijay, often with five to six million feet of lumber in the yard at one time. The population of Ellijay grew to 659 by 1910, and began to acquire many new modern conveniences such as electric lights and power, a telephone company and many new businesses. Then in 1912, a fire ravaged the city, destroying 23 buildings. As a result, many new buildings were constructed under new and stricter fire and safety guidelines. The population, however, decreased slightly at this time to 632 in 1920. During the 1920’s the town’s population began to grow again and, by this time, apples were being shipped out of the county and new storage facilities were built. Chickens were also shipped to markets outside of Ellijay and Gilmer County. From the mid 1930’s to 1950, Ellijay received much assistance from the Federal WPA Programs. The old courthouse was removed from the center of town square and the Hyatt Hotel was remodeled to be the new courthouse. A park was created on the site of the old courthouse and the streets around the square were paved. A new street was built at this time entering town from the northeast. Other new roads, bridges, sidewalks and gutters were constructed to improve the city. A school and gymnasium were also built and other structures improved. This growth began to impact the city’s infrastructure and in the l950’s and l960’s, a period of upgrading water systems, roads, and power supplies began. New low-rent housing appeared in l960 and a new hospital was built in l957. Georgia Highway 5 was widened in l962, new buildings around the square replaced old ones and some were remodeled. In 1974, the hospital was enlarged. Currently, Ellijay attracts tourists who love the small-town feel and friendly atmosphere. Hotels and restaurants, unique shops, antiques and art galleries lend their charms to those who visit. A new courthouse constructed to resemble the old one, new streetscaping, family-oriented downtown events and the beautification of the square have stepped up the social and economic activity and have made Ellijay a popular destination.
Corl Residence
Corl Residence
Studio Twenty Seven Architecture
Hoachlander Davis Photography
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Wall of upholstered panels
Wall of upholstered panels
Heady Bed
Heady Bed upholstered in Steel Chenille. Twenty four 15x20" panels hung horizontally.
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Salvaggio Residence
Salvaggio Residence
Studio Twenty Seven Architecture
Hoachlander Davis Photography
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master bedroom
master bedroom
twenty7 design
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Stinson Beach Modern Retreat
Stinson Beach Modern Retreat
deckerbullocksir
In our busy lives, creating a peaceful and rejuvenating home environment is essential to a healthy lifestyle. Built less than five years ago, this Stinson Beach Modern home is your own private oasis. Surrounded by a butterfly preserve and unparalleled ocean views, the home will lead you to a sense of connection with nature. As you enter an open living room space that encompasses a kitchen, dining area, and living room, the inspiring contemporary interior invokes a sense of relaxation, that stimulates the senses. The open floor plan and modern finishes create a soothing, tranquil, and uplifting atmosphere. The house is approximately 2900 square feet, has three (to possibly five) bedrooms, four bathrooms, an outdoor shower and spa, a full office, and a media room. Its two levels blend into the hillside, creating privacy and quiet spaces within an open floor plan and feature spectacular views from every room. The expansive home, decks and patios presents the most beautiful sunsets as well as the most private and panoramic setting in all of Stinson Beach. One of the home's noteworthy design features is a peaked roof that uses Kalwall's translucent day-lighting system, the most highly insulating, diffuse light-transmitting, structural panel technology. This protected area on the hill provides a dramatic roar from the ocean waves but without any of the threats of oceanfront living. Built on one of the last remaining one-acre coastline lots on the west side of the hill at Stinson Beach, the design of the residence is site friendly, using materials and finishes that meld into the hillside. The landscaping features low-maintenance succulents and butterfly friendly plantings appropriate for the adjacent Monarch Butterfly Preserve. Recalibrate your dreams in this natural environment, and make the choice to live in complete privacy on this one acre retreat. This home includes Miele appliances, Thermadore refrigerator and freezer, an entire home water filtration system, kitchen and bathroom cabinetry by SieMatic, Ceasarstone kitchen counter tops, hardwood and Italian ceramic radiant tile floors using Warmboard technology, Electric blinds, Dornbracht faucets, Kalwall skylights throughout livingroom and garage, Jeldwen windows and sliding doors. Located 5-8 minute walk to the ocean, downtown Stinson and the community center. It is less than a five minute walk away from the trail heads such as Steep Ravine and Willow Camp.
master bedroom
master bedroom
twenty7 design
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Winter Song Way - Backcountry Neighborhood, CO
Winter Song Way - Backcountry Neighborhood, CO
Distinctive Mantel Designs, Inc
Golden Blount Skyscraper HD4240. A Large, Open-Face Fireplace that Brings the Beauty of a Roaring Fire to Any Room.
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Penobscot Bay Cottage
Penobscot Bay Cottage
Becky Harris
Becky Harris
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European Flair
European Flair
The Owings Companies
This classic european master bedroom with rich color and drama is a welcoming refuge. The antique European marble fireplace is the focal point and offers the owners the aesthetics of a roaring fire while reclining in the beautiful four poster bed. The wood coffered ceiling adds a warm and rustic feel. Photography: Curtis Martin
Salvaggio Residence
Salvaggio Residence
Studio Twenty Seven Architecture
Hoachlander Davis Photography
Example of a minimalist bedroom design in DC Metro
European Flair
European Flair
Owings Brothers Contracting
This classic european master bedroom with rich color and drama is a welcoming refuge. The antique European marble fireplace is the focal point and offers the owners the aesthetics of a roaring fire while reclining in the beautiful four poster bed. The wood coffered ceiling adds a warm and rustic feel. Curtis Martin Photography
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