91,738 Eclectic Living Room Design Ideas
The challenging lack of good ceiling height is addressed by doing away with a false ceiling and running the lights through a teak strip that frames each space.
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“Make it simple yet significant “- was the brief given by our warmest couple clients, Manish and Vanshika. Nestled in the posh area of Hiranandani Gardens, Powai, this home has a clean and open look with lots of greenery. The living dining space is a combination of Scandinavian and Contemporary style. Grey colored highlighting accent walls, Nordic style inspired lights and wall accessories make the space look warm and inviting. The open kitchen with the breakfast counter and hanging light adds to the entire appeal. The book corner in the passage with the mandir and the bold black and gold wall print behind is surely eye catching
Mr. Kapill Kamra
Charles Tashima Architecture
The design focus for this North London Victorian terrace home design project was the refurbishment and reconfiguration of the ground floor together with additional space of a new side-return. Orienting and organising the interior architecture to maximise sunlight during the course of the day was one of our primary challenges solved. While the front of the house faces south-southeast with wonderful direct morning light, the rear garden faces northwest, consequently less light for most of the day.
Clare Elise Interiors
Hiding all the family games, paperwork and gubbins these bespoke designed shelves and cabinetry are painted in Basalt by Little Greene, hiding the TV. Styling is key to the open shelving
Shea Studio Interiors, Inc
My client wanted some wall units built in so she could display some art pottery that she collects. Her husband plays many musical instruments. Instead of the "same ole, same ole" why not create art with the build in to house the art displayed? The beautiful guitar was trimmed with abalone and turquoise and was beautiful and I thought it should be seen and admired so I created a guitar shaped niche with bookmatched grain surround and spotlight. The shelves were various sizes and shapes to accomodate a variety of artifacts. A couple of feature shapes were also lit.
Wolf & Wing Interior Design
A transplant from Maryland to New York City, my client wanted a true New York loft-living experience, to honor the history of the Flatiron District but also to make him feel at "home" in his newly adopted city. We replaced all the floors with reclaimed wood, gutted the kitchen and master bathroom and decorated with a mix of vintage and current furnishings leaving a comfortable but open canvas for his growing art collection.
John Bost Custom Woodworking
Custom built-in entertainment center in the same house as the custom built-in window seat project that was posted in 2019. This project is 11-1/2 feet wide x 18 inches deep x 8 feet high. It consists of two 36" wide end base cabinets and a 66" wide center base cabinet with an open component compartment. The base cabinets have soft-close door hinges with 3-way cam adjustments and adjustable shelves. The base cabinet near the doorway includes custom-made ducting to re-route the HVAC air flow from a floor vent out through the toe kick panel. Above the base countertop are side and overhead book/display cases trimmed with crown molding. The TV is mounted on a wall bracket that extends and tilts, and in-wall electrical and HDMI cables connect the TV to power and components via a wall box at the back of the component compartment.