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Living Room
Living Room
Design By Lisa
Photo Credit: Mark Ehlen
Contemporary Spec Home
Contemporary Spec Home
Gibson Gimpel Interior Design
Family Room with View to Pool [Photography by Dan Piassick]
Best Interior Design Award
Best Interior Design Award
Garman Builders Inc.
Our Avondale model at 1103 South Lincoln Avenue, Lebanon, PA in the Winslett neighborhood won the Lancaster-Lebanon Parade Of Homes Honorable Mention Best Interior Design award. We’ve mixed wood finishes and textures to keep the room visually interesting, but maintained neutral colors.
Mendocino County House
Mendocino County House
Cathy Schwabe Architecture
Living Room. Cathy Schwabe Architecture. Photograph by David Wakely
Main Level Remodel
Main Level Remodel
Schrader & Companies
This property was purchased by a lovely empty nester couple that was looking for a home that offered primarily one level living. This late 1950’s rambler was outdated with sight line issues and included a claustrophobic kitchen that was separated from the main dining room. One of the challenges we encountered was figuring out a way to create an open floor plan with good sight lines while removing the structural obstacles including a supporting wall and a stand alone island that was too large for the size of the kitchen. In addition, we needed to add cabinets which would allow the kitchen to remain functional, open. We had a fairly small kitchen footprint and 8 ft. ceilings, which meant we had to be very strategic with our takeaways and additions to room. To remove the load bearing wall and open up the kitchen to the dining room, we cut the roof trusses and installed a beam flush with the ceiling. The two structural posts were designed into the cabinet façade to appear as a design element as opposed to a structural element. We designed short upper cabinets with glass against the 8 ft. ceiling to achieve the sight lines and open feeling the homeowners desired. New custom built cabinets were installed and finished with a custom oil rubbed glaze. A glass tiled backsplash, granite countertops, and Brazilian Cherry flooring upgraded this dated space into the modern upscale look the designer envisioned. We also removed the center island and added a smaller “floating” island on wheels that made the kitchen space more open and functional. Once the partition walls came down, the owners saw the designer's vision as a spacious, flowing floor plan centered on an elegant kitchen with a quaint lounging area flanked by a functional family room, living room, and dining room. By creating a functional design within the original exterior walls this allowed our client the ability to add detailed finishes and upgrade materials and still within their original budget.
Ownby Design
Ownby Design
Ownby Design
Mark Boisclair Photography
Market Street Penthouse Room
Market Street Penthouse Room
Winder Gibson Architects
An interior build-out of a two-level penthouse unit in a prestigious downtown highrise. The design emphasizes the continuity of space for a loft-like environment. Sliding doors transform the unit into discrete rooms as needed. The material palette reinforces this spatial flow: white concrete floors, touch-latch cabinetry, slip-matched walnut paneling and powder-coated steel counters. Whole-house lighting, audio, video and shade controls are all controllable from an iPhone, Collaboration: Joel Sanders Architect, New York. Photographer: Rien van Rijthoven
Light saturated living room
Light saturated living room
Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
A fresh take on an old space. We designed the custom built-in cabinets and newly created mantel in this 1901 Craftsman. We added a rich textured grass cloth in the 2 story entry to create some warmth and add dimension to the space. The beautifully restored wood casings and trim have a warm glow that creates an inviting space for this family. photo: www.shawnstpeter.com
700 Palms Residence
700 Palms Residence
Ehrlich Yanai Rhee Chaney Architects
The house design takes full advantage of the local climate such that a net zero energy building is obtained. This was done by employing a highly efficient building envelope and incorporating passive solar gains (Photo: Grey Crawford)
Multi-Purpose Room
Multi-Purpose Room
Toronto Interior Design Group
This is a front room that the home owners use for reading, working and hanging out. Check out the beautiful mirror and wallpaper feature wall which alternates and is mounted on MDF which visually extends and expands the space.