Living Room Archway Designs & Ideas
Rustico Tile and Stone
Drive up to practical luxury in this Hill Country Spanish Style home. The home is a classic hacienda architecture layout. It features 5 bedrooms, 2 outdoor living areas, and plenty of land to roam. Classic materials used include: Saltillo Tile - also known as terracotta tile, Spanish tile, Mexican tile, or Quarry tile Cantera Stone - feature in Pinon, Tobacco Brown and Recinto colors Copper sinks and copper sconce lighting Travertine Flooring Cantera Stone tile Brick Pavers Photos Provided by April Mae Creative aprilmaecreative.com Tile provided by Rustico Tile and Stone - RusticoTile.com or call (512) 260-9111 / email@example.com Construction by MelRay Corporation
Positive Space Staging + Design, Inc.
Photographer - Rod Datoc, Datoc Design
Home Built by ADC Omaha. Thomas Grady Photography
Lori Dennis, ASID, LEED AP
Lori Dennis Interior Design SoCal Contractor Construction Erika Bierman Photography
Plastered white arched joinery across the flat reminded of a seaside house on an island in Greece and bespoke moulded bedroom and wardrobes’ doors could easily bring your imagination to one of those elegant flats in Paris. Custom made shelves were all plastered before being painted, old French shutters were found to be incorporated as wardrobes doors, and all the ironmongery was custom made in Belgium. Old chimneys were removed to be replaced by simple grey stone. Based on those concepts the colour scheme of the apartment was kept quite neutral varying between white and grey to blue with a splash of red, which worked as an accent colour. Full length Dinesen wooden floor planks were brought inside through the window and fitted throughout the flat, except kitchen and bathrooms. fot. Richard Chivers
Live Oak Construction Group, LLC
Photography by: Emily Jenkins Followill
Lancaster Craftsmen Builders Inc.
John Keith Photography
Maggetti Construction Inc.
Great room, Chris Ricketts Photography
Erika Bierman Photography
Erika Bierman Photography
Orfield Remodeling, Inc
Troy Thies Photography, Interior Design by Eminent Interior Design
Cameo Homes Inc.
Downstairs Living Room with Fireplace. Home built by Cameo Homes Inc. in Tuhaye, Park City, Utah. Park City Showcase of Homes 2013. Utah Home Builder, Cameo Homes Inc. www.cameohomesinc.com. Photos by Phillip K. Erickson.
Peter Eskuche, AIA
Gary Keith Jackson Design Inc.
Bruce Glass Photography
Laura Casey Interiors
Chris Edwards Photography
D&D Interiors / Mikhail Dantes
Emily Minton Redfield