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Appartement parisien
Appartement parisien
François Guillemin
Projet réalisé par Olivia Massimi, architecte d'intérieur Photo © François Guillemin
ARSTYL® Wall Tiles CORAL
ARSTYL® Wall Tiles CORAL
NMC Decoration
ARSTYL® Wall Tiles CORAL designed by Mac Stopa
Cascine Crema
Cascine Crema
Andrea Chiesa
Andrea Chiesa è Progetto Immagine
Luxury Lorne Park Reno
Luxury Lorne Park Reno
Nicola Interiors
For this open-concept home, we created a contemporary look with modern farmhouse touches using vibrant blues and greens mixed with an organic stone fireplace and exposed ceiling beams. We integrated subtle but powerful chevron prints, which paired nicely with the clean, tailored furnishings. Overall, this design proves that fun and vibrant can merge with neutral and sophisticated -- which offered our clients the best of both worlds. Home located in Mississauga, Ontario. Designed by Nicola Interiors who serves the whole Greater Toronto Area. For more about Nicola Interiors, click here: https://nicolainteriors.com/ To learn more about this project, click here: https://nicolainteriors.com/projects/indian-road/
Roxton
Roxton
Portico Design Group
photo credit: Kristen McGaughey
Isis Ceiling Fan
Isis Ceiling Fan
Big Ass Fans
Isis ceiling fan by Big Ass Fans in copper finish. Photographed at the residence of Don C.
Delong
Delong
PRP Architects
A visionary client encouraged a blend of crisp modernism and sculptural whimsy in this 21st century rejuvenation of an award winning 1970 contemporary. Photo by Walt Roycraft.
Notting Hill Flat
Notting Hill Flat
Sigmar
A detail from the living room in which the accent colours of the room are picked up on. The walls are painted in London Cloud from the Damo collection, available at Sigmar. The woodwork is Cocoa, also from Damo.
Crane Building Penthouse
Crane Building Penthouse
Giulietti Schouten Weber Architects
Located within the urban core of Portland, Oregon, this 7th floor 2500 SF penthouse sits atop the historic Crane Building, a brick warehouse built in 1909. It has established views of the city, bridges and west hills but its historic status restricted any changes to the exterior. Working within the constraints of the existing building shell, GS Architects aimed to create an “urban refuge”, that provided a personal retreat for the husband and wife owners with the option to entertain on occasion.
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