66,047 American Corridor Design Ideas
Small area to drop you stuff or to get going. Lovely X pattern back panels and hooks for easy organization.
Copper Lantern Lighting
Custom Tavern Lantern - Model No. H1083CL
Oak & Broad
8" Character Rift & Quartered White Oak Hardwood Floor. Extra Long Planks. Finished on site in Nashville Tennessee. Rubio Monocoat finish. www.oakandbroad.com
Element Construction Partners
If you like a distressed look, then you'll love the wirebrushed surface of Vintage French Oak from Virginia Mill Works. The wide engineered hardwood planks feature a variety of hues blended with classic oak grains and will complement any room in your home.
Toby Leary Fine Woodworking Inc.
Hidden door to powder room. Architectural Millwork by Toby Leary Fine Woodworking; Architecture by Catalano Architects, Inc.; Photography by Richard Mandelkorn
Lisette Voute Designs
In the entrance hall we designed bespoke full-height storage cupboards with attractive panelling and integrated bench seat. We chose an earthy colour to match the natural limestone flooring, with printed cushions and aged Oushak rug lending to the warm, welcoming feel. Photographer: Nick Smith
Maraya Interior Design
Luxurious modern take on a traditional white Italian villa. An entry with a silver domed ceiling, painted moldings in patterns on the walls and mosaic marble flooring create a luxe foyer. Into the formal living room, cool polished Crema Marfil marble tiles contrast with honed carved limestone fireplaces throughout the home, including the outdoor loggia. Ceilings are coffered with white painted crown moldings and beams, or planked, and the dining room has a mirrored ceiling. Bathrooms are white marble tiles and counters, with dark rich wood stains or white painted. The hallway leading into the master bedroom is designed with barrel vaulted ceilings and arched paneled wood stained doors. The master bath and vestibule floor is covered with a carpet of patterned mosaic marbles, and the interior doors to the large walk in master closets are made with leaded glass to let in the light. The master bedroom has dark walnut planked flooring, and a white painted fireplace surround with a white marble hearth. The kitchen features white marbles and white ceramic tile backsplash, white painted cabinetry and a dark stained island with carved molding legs. Next to the kitchen, the bar in the family room has terra cotta colored marble on the backsplash and counter over dark walnut cabinets. Wrought iron staircase leading to the more modern media/family room upstairs. Project Location: North Ranch, Westlake, California. Remodel designed by Maraya Interior Design. From their beautiful resort town of Ojai, they serve clients in Montecito, Hope Ranch, Malibu, Westlake and Calabasas, across the tri-county areas of Santa Barbara, Ventura and Los Angeles, south to Hidden Hills- north through Solvang and more. ArcDesign Architects
Wiedemann Architects LLC
Our client was drawn to the property in Wesley Heights as it was in an established neighborhood of stately homes, on a quiet street with views of park. They wanted a traditional home for their young family with great entertaining spaces that took full advantage of the site. The site was the challenge. The natural grade of the site was far from traditional. The natural grade at the rear of the property was about thirty feet above the street level. Large mature trees provided shade and needed to be preserved. The solution was sectional. The first floor level was elevated from the street by 12 feet, with French doors facing the park. We created a courtyard at the first floor level that provide an outdoor entertaining space, with French doors that open the home to the courtyard.. By elevating the first floor level, we were able to allow on-grade parking and a private direct entrance to the lower level pub "Mulligans". An arched passage affords access to the courtyard from a shared driveway with the neighboring homes, while the stone fountain provides a focus. A sweeping stone stair anchors one of the existing mature trees that was preserved and leads to the elevated rear garden. The second floor master suite opens to a sitting porch at the level of the upper garden, providing the third level of outdoor space that can be used for the children to play. The home's traditional language is in context with its neighbors, while the design allows each of the three primary levels of the home to relate directly to the outside. Builder: Peterson & Collins, Inc Photos © Anice Hoachlander
Yellow Prairie Interior Design, LLC
Scott Daves Construction Co., Inc
Tad Davis Photography
Gridley + Graves Photographers
Gridley + Graves Photographers BeDe Design
Interior Door and Closet Company