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C.P. Hart Bathrooms
A walk in shower is featured in the Cleveland Terrace.
Domiteaux Garza Architecture
Photo Credit: Chuck Smith Photography
Photo Credit: Kim Sargent
Other rooms completely renovated or built new. Photo courtesy Andrea Hubbell
This highly customized kitchen was designed to be not only beautiful, but functional as well. The custom cabinetry offers plentiful storage and the built in appliances create a seamless functionality within the space. The choice of caesar stone countertops, mosaic backsplash, and wood cabinetry all work together to create a beautiful kitchen.
Martinkovic Milford Architects
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Wheaton Hushcha Design
Paul Crosby Photography
With the request of pastel colours which is evident on the floor tiles, copper fittings and hexagonal tiles, this gorgeous bathroom has been updated into a stylish, contemporary space. A solid surface bath and basin gives a modern feel and mirrored panelled cabinets provides confined storage which visually expands the space. A bespoke shower screen meets the ceiling, maintaining clean lines throughout.
This spectacular project was a two year effort, first begun by demoing over $400k of spec home madness and reducing it to rubble before rebuilding from the ground up. Don't miss these amazing construction videos chronicling the before during and after effort from start to finish! http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLE8A17F8A7A281E5A This project was for a repeat client that had worked with Bianchi before. Bianchi's first effort was to paint the broad strokes that would set the theme for the exterior layout of the property, including the pool, patios, outdoor "bistro", and surrounding garden areas. Then Bianchi introduced his specialized team of artisans to the client to implement the details. Contact Kirk to learn more! The centerpiece of the backyard is a deck level vanishing edge pool flush in the foreground, strikingly simple and understatedly elegant in its first impression, though complex under the hood. The pool, built by Tyler Mathews of Natural Reflections Pools, seems to emerge from the ground as the deck terraces downward, exposing a wetted wall on the background. It is flanked by two mature ironwood trees anchored within stone planters on either side, that bookend the entire space. A singular monochromatic glass tile spa rises above the deck plane, shimmering in the sunlight, perfection wrought by Luke and Amy Denny of Alpentile, while three sets of three spillways send concentric ringlets across the mirrored plane of glassy water. Bianchi's landscape star Morgan Holt of EarthArt worked his magic throughout the property with his exquisite selection of specimen trees and plant materials, and above all, his most challenging feat, crafted a Michaelangeloesque cascading stair, reminiscent of that at the Laurentian Library, levitating and flowing down over the front water feature like a bridal train. This will be a project long enjoyed by the owners, and the team that created it.
Master bathroom with freestanding tub inside shower room. Photo by Stephani Buchman
The existing 70's styled kitchen needed a complete makeover. The original kitchen and family room wing included a rabbit warren of small rooms with an awkward angled family room separating the kitchen from the formal spaces. The new space plan required moving the angled wall two feet to widen the space for an island. The kitchen was relocated to what was the original family room enabling direct access to both the formal dining space and the new family room space. The large island is the heart of the redesigned kitchen, ample counter space flanks the island cooking station and the raised glass door cabinets provide a visually interesting separation of work space and dining room. The contemporized Arts and Crafts style developed for the space integrates seamlessly with the existing shingled home. Split panel doors in rich cherry wood are the perfect foil for the dark granite counters with sparks of cobalt blue. Dave Adams Photography