Creekside Cottage-Kiawah Island
Creekside Cottage-Kiawah Island
The Anderson Studio of Architecture & Design
Photo Credit: Holger Obenaus Description: Built as a refuge for a busy California couple, this creek-side cottage was constructed on land populated with ancient live oaks; sited to preserve the oaks and accentuate the creek-side vistas. The owners wanted their Kiawah home to be less formal than their primary residence, ensuring that it would accommodate 3 – 4 vacationing couples. Volumes, room shapes and arrangements provide classical symmetries, while careful detailing with variations in colors, finishes and furnishings provide soothing spaces for relaxation.
Katie Rosenfeld Interiors
Katie Rosenfeld Interiors
Michael J. Lee Photography
Copyright Michael J. Lee Photography LLC 2012
Porter Street Living Room
Porter Street Living Room
Moore Architects, PC
Craftsman style living room with coffered ceilings and custom fireplace.
Gabriel Builders
Gabriel Builders
Gabriel Builders Inc.
Beautiful master bedroom with adjacent sitting room. Photos by TJ Getz of Greenville SC.
2109 Skyview Ridge
2109 Skyview Ridge
Five Star Interiors
Cabinets: Dove Gray- Slab Drawers / floating shelves Countertop: Caesarstone Moorland Fog 6046- 6” front face- miter edge Ceiling wood floor: Shaw SW547 Yukon Maple 5”- 5002 Timberwolf Photographer: Steve Chenn
Urban Homestead
Urban Homestead
Tim Cuppett Architects
All images by Paul Bardagjy & Jonathan Jackson
Washington Park Tudor
Washington Park Tudor
Andrea Schumacher Interiors
A head to toe reconstruction of a 1930's Denver Tudor resulting in a clean, fresh, and light-filled home. Replete with custom, but child-friendly furnishings for a young family. The mostly neutral palette is enhanced by pops of color sprinkled throughout the residence. The charming Tudor with an expansive airiness and a crisp color story emits a welcoming and cozy feel.
Architectural details add elegance and sophistication to the NJ Dining Room
Architectural details add elegance and sophistication to the NJ Dining Room
Marlene Wangenheim AKBD, CAPS, Allied Member ASID
Adding wood moldings three quarters of the way up the walls is the beginning of the elegant look in this dining room. French doors replaced a narrow, single door and opens the way to present this beautiful dining room. A chrystal chandelier illuminates the beautiful woods of the dining room furniture. The table was purchased as new and the six chairs are three sets of different antiques chairs which were refinished and re-upholstered. The window treatments were custom made from a historic patterned toile named, "Mt.Vernon"