Blau Haus
Blau Haus
Sameer Chawda Photography
Photography - Sameer Chawda Designed by - Studio Nishita Kamdar
Lakefront Home
Lakefront Home
Wiedemann Architects LLC
Exterior view of lake front home at dusk. The four seasons sun room has views of the lake and the owners master bedroom/balcony is above. The entry courtyard in on the left with covered porch and small outdoor seating area. Anice Hoachlander, Hoachlander Davis Photography LLC
Living Southern
Living Southern
LORRAINE G VALE, Allied ASID
This very cool spot located on the 3rd floor of this gracious home. The homeowners wanted a gathering spot for drinks before dinner with friends,which was a challenge given the small space. The sectional provides comfortable seating for 4 or lounging for one. The bar top table was added for an optimum viewing perch while quenching your thirst. what you can't see is a wet bar built into the left corner. Open all the windows to let in the breeze and you feel like your in a tree house or on the bridge of a boat. Or this is a great place to read a good book for some alone time on a rainy day. Up and away from everything, it has a great view with windows on 3 sides. Look across to the park or the lake on the left or to the river on the right. This spot puts you a little closer to heaven! photo by Holger Obenaus
Luxury Lake Home
Luxury Lake Home
Zawadski Homes Inc.
Lower level custom bath cabinets.
BATHROOM
BATHROOM
Sheila Rich Interiors, LLC
The soft green opalescent tile in the shower and on the floor creates a subtle tactile geometry, in harmony with the matte white paint used on the wall and ceiling; semi gloss is used on the trim for additional subtle contrast. The sink has clean simple lines while providing much-needed accessible storage space. A clear frameless shower enclosure allows unobstructed views of the space. Photography Peter Rymwid
A beach house caters to the outdoors, whether it’s next to the ocean or in the suburbs. Coastal homes are all about diversity; the style includes classic Cape Cod homes, quaint beach cottages and Pacific Northwest oceanfront homes. The architecture is easy to identify, with its wood-shingle siding, white trim, porches, boardwalks, natural lighting and light, breezy colors. Inside, coastal decor includes distressed or whitewashed wood, sisal, rope and wicker materials. Beach-house decor also frequently includes themed motifs, such as sailboat, fish, surf and seashell accessories. Regardless of style preferences, coastal design embraces nature to the fullest by bringing the outdoors in.