Herringbone Pattern Designs & Ideas
DiGiacomo Homes & Renovation
Susan Gilmore Photography
Designed by Vince Mullet and Duane Miller - Mullet Cabinet
Murphy Brothers Contracting
Dream Home Master Bath
Glennwood Custom Builders (NC)
Photos by www.meechan.com
Croma Design Inc.
Canada's Style at Home magazine describes this streamlined kitchen as "industrial meets elegant". Photo by Virginia Macdonald Photographer Inc. http://www.virginiamacdonald.com/
Michael Robert Construction
Another view of the beautiful foyer, looking towards the home's great room. Photo by Mike Mroz of Michael Robert Construction
Built-In Photo by Ken Allender
Croma Express Kitchens
Photo by Virginia Macdonald Photographer Inc. http://www.virginiamacdonald.com/
Transitional style U-shaped kitchen has all the counter space you could ever want with two-toned cabinet colors. This kitchen has two dishwashers and two full size sinks for all your food prep and clean-up needs. Photos by Chris Veith
Fox Force Five Construction
Photo by Peter Dressel Interior design by Christopher Knight Interiors christopherknightinteriors.com
Elizabeth Bowman Ltd
The Living room is in a petrol blue and grey colour scheme. The bespoke sofa was built in and over 5 meters long. The bespoke joinery had a polished plaster finish surrounding. . . . Hemming (photography) : Form Studio (Architecture)
Northman Marble & Granite
Photo credit to Steven Kaye Photography. Designing services by Marsha Cain Designs.
Van Zelst Inc
Photo by Linda Oyama Bryan
Souder Brothers Construction, Inc.
Finished kitchen featuring white custom cabinetry with beaded glass inserts, reclaimed oak flooring in a herringbone pattern, granite counter tops, new pendant lighting, and stainless steel appliances.
The final product. This transitional home uses design elements cues from the traditional English cottage homes so prevalent in the surrounding neighbourhood.
Dunlap Design Group, LLC
We designed the Birmingham Showhouse family room to include the characteristics of the Arts and Crafts style through the use of organic materials, with a hand-made quality. There is also slight Japanese aesthetic running through the design. It was designed to be a warm, comfortable place for the entire family to spend time in. For example, we designed the bookcases with integral, pull-out desks, allowing the room to serve many functions. The color palate is warm neutrals, with interest being added by using many textures and punches of geometric pattern. Of note, is the fireplace surround clad in patinated steel plate with rivets, the custom cow-hide herringbone rug, the drapery hardware made from copper plumbing pipe, and the antique Thai teak log trestle table. The custom ceiling light anchors the space, while the wall light swings to the desk area as needed.