Clerestory Window Designs & Ideas
Kuklinski + Rappe Architects
Living, Kitchen and Dining space. Tom Harris Photography.
Shane Organ Photo
Coastal Vacation Estates
Luxurious modern sanctuary, remodeled 1957 mid-century architectural home is located in the hills just off the Famous Sunset Strip. The living area has 2 separate sitting areas that adorn a large stone fireplace while looking over a stunning view of the city. I wanted to keep the original footprint of the house and some of the existing furniture. With the magic of fabric, rugs, accessories and upholstery this property was transformed into a new modern property.
Hills & Grant
Photo: Lisa Petrol
Patrice Rios Design
Wooden partition wall with slits. Modern bath design. Floating vanities with wood and stone. Floating glass bathroom shelves. Suspended track lighting. Wide light wood plank flooring. White tile textured backsplash.
Photo By: Jim Bartsch
his modern new build located in the heart of Burnaby received an entire millwork and countertop package of the utmost quality. The kitchen features book matched walnut, paired with white upper cabinets to add a touch of light in the kitchen. Miele appliances surround the cabinetry. The home’s front entrance has matching built in walnut book matched cabinetry that ties the kitchen in with the front entrance. Walnut built-in cabinetry in the basement showcase nicely as open sightlines in the basement and main floor allow for the matching cabinetry to been seen through the open staircase. Fun red and white high gloss acrylics pop in the modern, yet functional laundry room. This home is truly a work of art!
Gilmans Kitchens and Baths
DESIGNER: DAVID KILJIANOWICZ PHOTOGRAPHY: JAN CONES
Piper Gonzalez Designs
Photo Credit: Brantley Photography
Black accent wall, custom metal and raw wood shelving, mid century modern desk. Sesha Smith, Convey Studios
Baker Drofenik Architects Pty Ltd
Interior view of kitchen dining area with clerestorey windows over. Photo by Hilary Bradford
Tiny Heirloom Inc.
Dermot Sullivan Photography, David Cantwell Photograph
Searl Lamaster Howe Architects
The mudroom runs alongside of the rear patio, linking the kitchen to the original coach house that was on the property. The coach house was converted into a garage and a home theater. The mudroom features ample, easily accessible storage to organize clutter before it has the chance to reach into the rest of the house. Likewise a stacked washer and dryer (which complement those in the main laundry room on the second floor) capture muddy uniforms and the like. Closed cabinets hold additional coat storage, brooms, and cleaning supplies. A frosted glass panel door can close off views to the mudroom from the kitchen.