Clerestory Window Designs & Ideas
Located in the heart of Victoria Park neighborhood in Fort Lauderdale, FL, this kitchen is a play between clean, transitional shaker style with the edginess of a city loft. There is a crispness brought by the White Painted cabinets and warmth brought through the addition of Natural Walnut highlights. The grey concrete floors and subway-tile clad hood and back-splash ease more industrial elements into the design. The beautiful walnut trim woodwork, striking navy blue island and sleek waterfall counter-top live in harmony with the commanding presence of professional cooking appliances. The warm and storied character of this kitchen is further reinforced by the use of unique floating shelves, which serve as display areas for treasured objects to bring a layer of history and personality to the Kitchen. It is not just a place for cooking, but a place for living, entertaining and loving. Photo by: Matthew Horton
Nestled in its own private and gated 10 acre hidden canyon this spectacular home offers serenity and tranquility with million dollar views of the valley beyond. Walls of glass bring the beautiful desert surroundings into every room of this 7500 SF luxurious retreat. Thompson photographic
David Watson Architects
New custom house on over-sized corner lot in the Tree Section of Manhattan Beach, California.
The Kid's room features local gaming systems and a local Blu-Ray Player with surround sound. Andrew Bramasco Photography
Front façade after. The only changes to the front façade of this home ( other than color) are two additional square windows and the linear fir grates under windows and the fir pergola built on the existing stone porch. I am proud to share that this home was featured in the Real Estate section of the New York Times in January 2017.
Jason Hulet Photography
RS Design Studio
Living Room with 15' ceilings and Kitchen with 9' ceilings. White Oak floors.
Martin Dufour architecte
Martin Dufour architecte Photographe: Dany St-Arnaud Construction JRM Champagne
Steffen Welsch Architects
The light-filled family room allows for constant visual connections with the trees outside. Photograph by Rhiannon Slatter.
Taylor Lombardo Architects
Photo by Michael Hospelt
BF Homes LLC.