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Colonial Revival
Colonial Revival
Alisberg Parker
Benjamin Moore's Blue Note 2129-30 Photo by Wes Tarca
Queensway dining space, Interior Design Vancouver
Queensway dining space, Interior Design Vancouver
LUX Design | Interior Design Build
An inviting dining space with plush arm chairs and chandelier.
Transitional Dining Room
Transitional Dining Room
Distinctive Interiors
We used the window wall to build a china cabinet for much needed storage. We used Dove White by Ben Moore, and Painted the insides in a navy blue to add some depth. We used an oversized glass drop crystal chandelier with brass tones, and repeated the brass with the acrylic/brass pulls in the china cabinets. Wall coverings by Schumacher on upper portion of walls
Pacific
Pacific
Oliver Simon Design
Tracey Ayton Photography
Ellen Show/Sandy Dining Room
Ellen Show/Sandy Dining Room
The Cousins
Formerly an all-seasons room, we opened up this space to the rest of the home while still creating a distinct dining space. A rustic table (Rust & Grain) adds an earthy feel while interesting pendant lights draw the eye up towards the high ceiling.
Gulf of Mexico Beachfront
Gulf of Mexico Beachfront
Stofft Cooney Architects
Tropical Old Florida Beachfront Home, Naples, FL. on the Gulf of Mexico Lori Hamilton Photography
SILVERTIP RIDGE
SILVERTIP RIDGE
Sticks + Stones Design Group Inc.
This renovation project launched with an immediate bond between designer and client and the shared commitment to create a unique, modern weekend home in the Rocky Mountains. The focus was on the main floor living area. We modernized the existing oak kitchen and gave new life to the corner river rock fireplace by featuring ledgestone running into the ceiling with a custom timber mantel and shelving. The kitchen’s center work island was rotated to create better work and entertaining space and to change the outlook from neigbour’s property to the beautiful mountain views. An addition to the back entrance features updated chrome lighting and plumbing fixtures; the floor was transformed to a warm, buttery maple. The interior doors were changed to a five panel shaker with a contemporary satin nickel knob. Trim and baseboards were painted to match the walls creating a feeling of height and allowing the doors to feature. The ensuite became an oasis of white and grey marble with a sleek toilet and custom shower. Once the renovation was complete, a furniture and accessory package was designed with the clients’ weekend lifestyle in mind.