Lakeside Family CottageLakeside Family Cottage
Barnes Vanze Architects, Inc.Barnes Vanze Architects, Inc.
Photographer: Anice Hoachlander from Hoachlander Davis Photography, LLC Project Architect: Melanie Basini-Giordano, AIA ----- Life in this lakeside retreat revolves around the kitchen, a light and airy room open to the interior and outdoor living spaces and to views of the lake. It is a comfortable room for family meals, a functional space for avid cooks, and a gracious room for casual entertaining. A wall of windows frames the views of the lake and creates a cozy corner for the breakfast table. The working area on the opposite end contains a large sink, generous countertop surface, a dual fuel range and an induction cook top. The paneled refrigerator and walk-in pantry are located in the hallway leading to the mudroom and the garage. Refrigerator drawers in the island provide additional food storage within easy reach. A second sink near the breakfast area serves as a prep sink and wet bar. The low walls behind both sinks allow a visual connection to the stair hall and living room. The island provides a generous serving area and a splash of color in the center of the room. The detailing, inspired by farmhouse kitchens, creates a warm and welcoming room. The careful attention paid to the selection of the finishes, cabinets and light fixtures complements the character of the house.
A Suburban OasisA Suburban Oasis
Kristina Wolf DesignKristina Wolf Design
This master bathroom has everything you need to get you ready for the day. The beautiful backsplash has a mixture of brown tones that add dimension and texture to the focal wall. The lighting blends well with the other bathroom fixtures and the cabinets provide plenty of storage while demonstrating a simply beautiful style. Brad Knipstein was the photographer.
23rd St NYC Project23rd St NYC Project
Evelyn James InteriorsEvelyn James Interiors
This beautiful entry features custom colored art deco wallpaper with black & white floor tiles
Chateau NapoliChateau Napoli
JMDG Architecture | Planning + InteriorsJMDG Architecture | Planning + Interiors
Foyer. Photography by Tim Gibbons.
Pavillion BathroomPavillion Bathroom
Kelly WearstlerKelly Wearstler
The 10,000 sq. ft. Bellagio Residence was a 1939 Georgian Revival overlooking the manicured links of the Bel Air Country Club that was in need of a modern touch. Stripped down to the studs, Wearstler worked to create an additional 3,000 sq. ft. of living space, pushed up the ceiling heights, broadened windows and doors to allow more light and completely carved out a new master suite upstairs. Mixing the personalities of the clients, one slightly more conservative and focused on comfort, the other a little feistier that wanted something unique, Wearstler took a daredevil approach and created a high-chroma style that has become her new signature approach. Italian antiques, custom rugs inspired by silk scarves, hand-painted wallcoverings, bright hits of color like a tiger print Fuchsia velvet sofa against a plum colored pyramid studded wall and endless amounts of onyx and marble slab walls and floors make for an unapologetically lavish and seductive home. Photo Credit: Grey Crawford
Beach CottageBeach Cottage
Morales Construction Co., Inc.Morales Construction Co., Inc.
Morales Construction Company is one of Northeast Florida’s most respected general contractors, and has been listed by The Jacksonville Business Journal as being among Jacksonville’s 25 largest contractors, fastest growing companies and the No. 1 Custom Home Builder in the First Coast area. Photo Credit: Joe Lapeyra
Coastal Living Magazine ShowhouseCoastal Living Magazine Showhouse
Flagg Coastal HomesFlagg Coastal Homes
Stairs to the second floor and roof deck in the Coastal Living Showhouse

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