112 Modern Home Design Photos
Fredric J Ueckert
Floating vanity, Crema Marfil vanity with rectangular under mount sinks, free-standing tub, Kohler ceiling-fill fixture, over size rectangular floor tiles. Designed and built by Rick Bennett with Epic Development. Photographed by Brian Gassel with Digital Architectural Photography.
We built a shower stall that provides privacy yet allows the client to feel connected to the outdoors with this full length frosted glass wall. 2x4 cypress rainscreen breaks up the occupants silhouette while in the shower. Photo by Paul Bardagjy
Gardner Architects LLC
photo credit: Jim Tetro
The Kitchen Studio of Glen Ellyn
Design Objectives: - Create a restful getaway - Create updated contemporary feel - Provide a large soaking tub - Take advantage of soaring vaulted ceiling to create drama Special Features - Ceiling mounted pendant lighting on angled vaulted ceiling - Wall hung vanities with lighted toe kick - Custom plinth block provides deck for roman faucet - Easy to maintain porcelain tile floor & quartz countertops - Rainhead & personal body sprays in bath Cabinetry: Jay Rambo, Door style - Torino, Finish - Canadian Oak. Tile: Main floor - Exedra Calacatta Silk, Shower floor - Exedra Calacatta, Shower walls, plinth & ceiling - Exedra Callacatta Silk Plumbing: Tub - MTI, Faucets - Danze, Sinks - Kohler, Toilet - Toto Countertops: Material - Silestone Hanstone Bianco Canvas, Edge profile - Square Designed by: Susan Klimala, CKD, CBD Photo by: Dawn Jackman For more information on kitchen and bath design ideas go to: www.kitchenstudio-ge.com
AT6 Design Build
Privacy allows a fully open wall of glass in front of shower and tub.
Pine Street Carpenters & The Kitchen Studio
Master bath in Thornton, PA, by Pine Street Carpenters.
Designed as gallery, studio, and residence for an artist, this house takes inspiration from the owner’s love of cubist art. The program includes an upper level studio with ample north light, access to outdoor decks to the north and south, which offer panoramic views of East Austin. A gallery is housed on the main floor. A cool, monochromatic palette and spare aesthetic defines interior and exterior, schewing, at the owner’s request, any warming elements to provide a neutral backdrop for her art collection. Thus, finishes were selected to recede as well as for their longevity and low life scycle costs. Stair rails are steel, floors are sealed concrete and the base trim clear aluminum. Where walls are not exposed CMU, they are painted white. By design, the fireplace provides a singular source of warmth, the gas flame emanating from a bed of crushed glass, surrounded on three sides by a polished concrete hearth.
Jeri Jacobsen Interiors, LLC
Fresh contemporary bathroom renovation photo credit: John Granen Photography
This bathroom used to be a very small, poorly organized space with very little natural light. By moving the closet into an adjoining bedroom, which we opened up to the ne bathroom, we were able to reorganize the space beautifully. There is now ample storage, great light a huge steam shower and a huge walk in closet. Photos by: Steve Eltinge www.eltingephoto.com
Jessica Lagrange Interiors
Lake County Estate, Jessica Lagrange Interiors LLC, Photo by Hedrich Blessing
Claudia Uribe Photography
RD Architecture, LLC
Remodeling and adding on to a classic pristine 1960’s ranch home is a challenging opportunity. Our clients were clear that their own sense of style should take precedence, but also wanted to honor the home’s spirit. Our solution left the original home as intact as possible and created a linear element that serves as a threshold from old to new. The steel “spine” fulfills the owners’ desire for a dynamic contemporary environment, and sets the tone for the addition. The original kidney pool retains its shape inside the new outline of a spacious rectangle. At the owner’s request each space has a “little surprise” or interesting detail. Photographs by: Miro Dvorscak