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127 Modern Home Design Photos

Modern Loft, Warehouse Living Room
Modern Loft, Warehouse Living Room
Jennifer Gustafson Interior Design
This eclectic living room, including a carved cedar bench, is featured in a newly remodeled San Francisco SOMA loft. Photo Credit: David Duncan Livingston
Coppell House
Coppell House
mohment
Photography www.jillbroussard.com, Kitchen by Poggenpohl Jennifer Fordham, ASID
Portfolio 2
Portfolio 2
S&K Interiors LLC
Matt Harrer Photography for S&K Interiors
Bryant Street Loft
Bryant Street Loft
Ashbury General Contracting & Engineering
Ashbury General Contracting & Engineering Photo by: Ryan Hughes Architect: Luke Wendler / Abbott Wendler Architects
Lovell Kitchen
Lovell Kitchen
Union Studio
Matt Bear / Union Studio
Modern w/ a Side of Ranch
Modern w/ a Side of Ranch
Hufft
This contemporary renovation makes no concession towards differentiating the old from the new. Rather than razing the entire residence an effort was made to conserve what elements could be worked with and added space where an expanded program required it. Clad with cedar, the addition contains a master suite on the first floor and two children’s rooms and playroom on the second floor. A small vegetated roof is located adjacent to the stairwell and is visible from the upper landing. Interiors throughout the house, both in new construction and in the existing renovation, were handled with great care to ensure an experience that is cohesive. Partition walls that once differentiated living, dining, and kitchen spaces, were removed and ceiling vaults expressed. A new kitchen island both defines and complements this singular space. The parti is a modern addition to a suburban midcentury ranch house. Hence, the name “Modern with Ranch.”
700 Palms Residence
700 Palms Residence
Ehrlich Yanai Rhee Chaney Architects
Flexible, transformative spaces were created through the use of extensive operable glass doors. (Photo: Julius Shulman & Juergen Nogai)
Greenwich Loft Studio
Greenwich Loft Studio
The Turett Collaborative
The owners of this 520 square foot, three-level studio loft had a few requests for Turett's design tea,: use sustainable materials throughout; incorporate an eclectic mix of bright colors and textures; gut everything..but preserve two decorative tiles from the existing bathroom for nostalgic value. TCA drew on its experience with 'green' materials to integrate FSC-certified wood flooring and kitchen cabinets, recycled mosaic glass tiles in the kitchen and bathrooms, no-VOC paint and energy efficient lighting throughout the space. One of the main challenges for TCA was separating the different programmatic areas - ktichen, living room, and sleeping loft -- in an interesting way while maximizing the sense of space in a relatively small volume. The solution was a custom designed double-height screen of movable translucent panels that creates a hybrid room divider, feature wall, shelving system and guard rail. The three levels distinguished by the system are connected by stainless steel open riser stairs with FSC-certified treads to match the flooring. Creating a setting for the preserved ceramic pieces led to the development of this apartment's one-of-a-kind hidden gem: a 5'x7' powder room wall made of 126 six-inch tiles --each one unique--organized by color gradation. This complete renovation - from the plumbing fixtures and appliances to the hardware and finishes -- is a perfect example of TCA's ability to integrate sustainable design principles with a client's individual aims.
Modern Kitchen Remodel
Modern Kitchen Remodel
Dan and John Life
Back-painted glass backsplash and flat panel cabinetry make for quick and easy clean up. Reed glass panel doors allow for the kitchen to be closed off from the rest of the house (containing aromas and noise) but light can still be shared with adjacent rooms. Reed glass and glass shelving in cabinetry lightens the feel of the work area and provides a display space for favorite glassware and ceramics. Photo by James Leynse Photography