Historic Renovation
Historic Renovation
Designs by Aaron Olson, Inc.
New mahogany library. The fluted Corinthian pilasters and cornice were designed to match the existing front door surround. A 13" thick brick bearing wall was removed in order to recess the bookcase. The size and placement of the bookshelves spring from the exterior windows on the opposite wall, and the pilaster/ coffer ceiling design was used to tie the room together. Mako Builders and Clark Robins Design/ Build Trademark Woodworking Sheila Gunst- design consultant Photography by Ansel Olson
Last House on the Left
Last House on the Left
SV Design
Having been neglected for nearly 50 years, this home was rescued by new owners who sought to restore the home to its original grandeur. Prominently located on the rocky shoreline, its presence welcomes all who enter into Marblehead from the Boston area. The exterior respects tradition; the interior combines tradition with a sparse respect for proportion, scale and unadorned beauty of space and light. This project was featured in Design New England Magazine. http://bit.ly/SVResurrection Photo Credit: Eric Roth
Blaine - Traditional Cottage
Blaine - Traditional Cottage
Visbeen Architects
The classic 5,000-square-foot, five-bedroom Blaine boasts a timeless, traditional façade of stone and cedar shake. Inspired by both the relaxed Shingle Style that swept the East Coast at the turn of the century, and the all-American Four Square found around the country. The home features Old World architecture paired with every modern convenience, along with unparalleled craftsmanship and quality design. The curb appeal starts at the street, where a caramel-colored shingle and stone façade invite you inside from the European-style courtyard. Other highlights include irregularly shaped windows, a charming dovecote and cupola, along with a variety of welcoming window boxes on the street side. The lakeside includes two porches designed to take full advantage of the views, a lower-level walk out, and stone arches that lend an aura of both elegance and permanence. Step inside, and the interiors will not disappoint. The spacious foyer featuring a wood staircase leads into a large, open living room with a natural stone fireplace, rustic beams and nearby walkout deck. Also adjacent is a screened-in porch that leads down to the lower level, and the lakeshore. The nearby kitchen includes a large two-tiered multi-purpose island topped with butcher block, perfect for both entertaining and food preparation. This informal dining area allows for large gatherings of family and friends. Leave the family area, cross the foyer and enter your private retreat — a master bedroom suite attached to a luxurious master bath, private sitting room, and sun room. Who needs vacation when it’s such a pleasure staying home? The second floor features two cozy bedrooms, a bunkroom with built-in sleeping area, and a convenient home office. In the lower level, a relaxed family room and billiards area are accompanied by a pub and wine cellar. Further on, two additional bedrooms await.
Green Knoll Residence
Green Knoll Residence
Ward+Blake Architects
Large curving custom home built in Wilson, Wyoming by Ward+Blake Architects Photo Credit: Paul Warchol
Talo Halogen Mini 21 Wall Light by Artemide
Talo Halogen Mini 21 Wall Light by Artemide
Lightology
Interior Design: Kay Ettington The Talo Halogen Mini 21 is available in a die-cast painted aluminum finish in Silver/Grey, White or Satin Chrome as well as a Chrome finish. One 150 watt R7s 120V halogen lamp included. Also available in a fluorescent version. 8.25 inches wide x 4 inches deep x 1.25 inches high. ADA Compliant. UL listed.
Happy Midcentury
Happy Midcentury
Susan Yeley Homes
Our poster project for The Three P's, this small midcentury home south of campus has great bones but lacked vibrancy - a je ne sais quoi that the clients were searching to savoir once and for all. SYI worked with them to nail down a design direction and furniture plan, and they decided to invest in the big-impact items first: built-ins and lighting and a fresh paint job that included a beautiful deep blue-green line around the windows. The vintage rug was an Etsy score at an awesome price, but only after the client spent months scouring options and sources online that matched the vision and dimensions of the plan. A good year later, the West Elm sofa went on sale, so the client took advantage; some time after that, they painted the kitchen, created the drop zone / bench area, and rounded out the room with occasional tables and accessories. Their lesson: in patience, and details, there is beauty. Photography by Gina Rogers Photography
ASID San Diego Design Excellence Awards 2014
ASID San Diego Design Excellence Awards 2014
ASID San Diego Chapter
1st Place Residential Space Over 3,500 square feet Kellie McCormick, ASID McCormick and Wright
un appartement  dans le quartier de l'Europe à paris
un appartement dans le quartier de l'Europe à paris
NOOOR architecte d'interieur
la bibliothèque est en medium peint Lichen de chez Farrow and Ball. bureau année 40 et fauteuil de Starck photos: Yann Cainjo
Kitchen with Library and Guest Bath
Kitchen with Library and Guest Bath
Studio Bergtraun AIA
The new Guest Bathroom is enclosed within the library walls; a reclaimed wood bench near the Entry and the Bay Window oversized built-in sofa provide storage and gathering spaces for the children. The Kitchen was completely remodeled with a new island as a focus point. Photo: Muffy Kibbey
Classic Informality
Classic Informality
Daniel Contelmo Architects
This custom designed vanity has his/hers linen storage cabinets, as well as medicine cabinets at each end.