Handrail Designs & Ideas
COOK ARCHITECTURAL Design Studio
http://www.cookarchitectural.com Perched on wooded hilltop, this historical estate home was thoughtfully restored and expanded, addressing the modern needs of a large family and incorporating the unique style of its owners. The design is teeming with custom details including a porte cochère and fox head rain spouts, providing references to the historical narrative of the site’s long history.
Ezra Lee Design+Build
one house green
due to lot orientation and proportion, we needed to find a way to get more light into the house, specifically during the middle of the day. the solution that we came up with was the location of the stairs along the long south property line, combined with the glass railing, skylights, and some windows into the stair well. we allowed the stairs to project through the glass as thought the glass had sliced through the steps.
Webber + Studio, Architects
© Jacob Termansen Photography
The beach theme continues in the bathroom with a vessel sink that sits atop a glass shelf showing the sea shells and glass underneath. The sliding door is adorned with a mermaid handle. Tongue and groove cedar planks line the ceiling and Winter Wheat Bamboo Flooring is from Lumber Liquidators. And plenty of turquoise accents round out the décor. Photo credit: Shane McKenzie
Abran Rubiner Photography
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Paradise Retreats Real Estate, Inc.
Hand painted stair case.
Tyler Engle Architects PS
April and May
Trickle Creek Designer Homes
Gorgeous open concept kitchen, dining and living room, perfect for those who love to entertain or spend quality time with the family!
Townhouse addition with new custom stair and rail.
Ward-Young Architecture & Planning - Truckee, CA
Photo by Asa Gilmore
Winner of five awards in the Rough Hollow Parade of Homes, this 6,778 square foot home is an exquisite addition to the prestigious Lakeway neighborhood. The Santa Barbara style home features a welcoming colonnade, lush courtyard, beautiful casita, spacious master suite with a private outdoor covered terrace, and a unique Koi pond beginning underneath the wine room glass floor and continuing to the outdoor living area. In addition, the views of Lake Travis are unmatched throughout the home. Photography by Coles Hairston
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
Rob Karosis Photography www.robkarosis.com