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Traditional Master Bathroom, Updated
Traditional Master Bathroom, Updated
LORRAINE G VALE, Allied ASIDLORRAINE G VALE, Allied ASID
One of the main features of the space is the natural lighting. The windows allow someone to feel they are in their own private oasis. The wide plank European oak floors, with a brushed finish, contribute to the warmth felt in this bathroom, along with warm neutrals, whites and grays. The counter tops are a stunning Calcatta Latte marble as is the basket weaved shower floor, 1x1 square mosaics separating each row of the large format, rectangular tiles, also marble. Lighting is key in any bathroom and there is more than sufficient lighting provided by Ralph Lauren, by Circa Lighting. Classic, custom designed cabinetry optimizes the space by providing plenty of storage for toiletries, linens and more. Holger Obenaus Photography did an amazing job capturing this light filled and luxurious master bathroom. Built by Novella Homes and designed by Lorraine G Vale Holger Obenaus Photography
Premier
Premier
Venegas and CompanyVenegas and Company
Interior design: SLC Interiors Photographer: Shelly Harrison
Classical Kitchen
Classical Kitchen
Pickell ArchitecturePickell Architecture
Photo Credit - Katrina Mojzesz topkatphoto.com Interior Design - Katja van der Loo Papyrus Home Design papyrushomedesign.com Homeowner & Design Director - Sue Walter, subeeskitchen.com
Transitional Master Bedroom
Transitional Master Bedroom
Talianko Design Group, LLCTalianko Design Group, LLC
A master bedroom with an ocean inspired, upscale hotel atmosphere. The soft blues, creams and dark woods give the impression of luxury and calm. Soft sheers on a rustic iron rod hang over woven grass shades and gently filter light into the room. Rich painted wood panel molding helps to anchor the space. A reading area adorns the bay window and the antique tray table offers a worn nautical motif. Brass fixtures and the rough hewn dresser remind one of the sea. Artwork and accessories also lend a coastal feeling.
Surrey House
Surrey House
SigmarSigmar
Bay window seat in the living room
Rustic Brick Feature Wall
Rustic Brick Feature Wall
AmberthAmberth
A bright and charming basement kitchen creates a coherent scheme with each colour complementing the next. A white Corian work top wraps around grey silk finished lacquered cupboard doors and draws. The look is complete with hexagonal terracotta floor tiles that bounce off the original brick work above the oven adding a traditional element.
Interior view of kitchen with custom pot rack
Interior view of kitchen with custom pot rack
Krieger + Associates Architects, Inc.Krieger + Associates Architects, Inc.
A window bay provides seating for a family dining area in the new kitchen. Photo: Jeffrey Totaro
Hotel Inspired Bedroom
Hotel Inspired Bedroom
Talianko Design Group, LLCTalianko Design Group, LLC
A master bedroom with an ocean inspired, upscale hotel atmosphere. The soft blues, creams and dark woods give the impression of luxury and calm. Soft sheers on a rustic iron rod hang over woven grass shades and gently filter light into the room. Rich painted wood panel molding helps to anchor the space. A reading area adorns the bay window and the antique tray table offers a worn nautical motif. Brass fixtures and the rough hewn dresser remind one of the sea. Artwork and accessories also lend a coastal feeling.
Henry Island
Henry Island
Hoedemaker PfeifferHoedemaker Pfeiffer
This project occupies a low ridge at the tip of a small island and is flanked by a beach to either side. The two beaches suggested the image of the two-faced god Janus who was the inspiration for the design. The house is flanked by two large porches, one facing either beach, which offer shelter from the elements while inviting the visitors outdoors. Three buildings are linked together to form a string of buildings that follow the terrain. Massive concrete columns lend strength and support while becoming part of the language of the forest in which the house is situated. Salvaged wood forms the majority of the interior structure and the floors. Light is introduced deep into the house through doors, windows, clerestories, and dormer windows. The house is organized along two long enfilades that order space and invite long views through the building and to the landscape beyond.

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