L & T Crescent Bay, Mumbai
L & T Crescent Bay, Mumbai
HomeLaneHomeLane
When it came to the kitchen, they asked for an easy-to-maintain design with simple, clean lines. Sachin (desginer) helped them to pick out the silver and grey acrylic finish, with pops of yellow for the cabinets. To maximise on the storage, they went for cabinets all the way up to the ceiling. The kitchen really meets their expectations both functionally and aesthetically.
San Francisco Mediterranean
San Francisco Mediterranean
Lorin Hill, ArchitectLorin Hill, Architect
John Bedell Photography, Interiors by Angela Free Design
Modern Farmhouse
Modern Farmhouse
Rockwood CabinetryRockwood Cabinetry
Interior Design by Adapt Design
Salon with Custom Plaster Ceiling
Salon with Custom Plaster Ceiling
dSPACE Studio Ltd, AIAdSPACE Studio Ltd, AIA
This ceiling was designed and detailed by dSPACE Studio. We created a custom plaster mold that was fabricated by a Chicago plaster company and installed and finished on-site.
Bathroom
Bathroom
Whitten ArchitectsWhitten Architects
photography by Rob Karosis
Clean & Classic
Clean & Classic
CG&S Design-BuildCG&S Design-Build
Design by Joanna Hartman Photography by Ryann Ford Styling by Adam Fortner This bath features 3cm Bianco Carrera Marble at the vanities, Restoration Hardware, Ann Sacks "Savoy" 3X6 and 2x4 tile in Dove on shower walls and backsplash, D190 Payette Liner for shower walls and niche, 3" Carrara Hex honed and polished floor and shower floor tile, Benjamin Moore "River Reflections" paint, and Restoration Hardware chrome Dillon sconces.
Chestnut Street
Chestnut Street
Sutro ArchitectsSutro Architects
Interiors by Kendall Wilkinson Design Photography by Drew Kelly
Bywood Street Residence
Bywood Street Residence
Martha O'Hara InteriorsMartha O'Hara Interiors
Martha O'Hara Interiors, Interior Design | Kyle Hunt & Partners, Builder | Mike Sharratt, Architect | Troy Thies, Photography | Shannon Gale, Photo Styling
Blaine - Traditional Cottage
Blaine - Traditional Cottage
Visbeen ArchitectsVisbeen 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.
Pool Party
Pool Party
Change Your Bathroom©Change Your Bathroom©
This pool house bathroom has large format architectural wall tiles, non slip floor tiles, stacked stone and glass accents. Two in ceiling rain heads (one with chroma-therapy), a digital shower valve and hidden drain system. A towel warmer and electric medicine cabinet were incorporated for ease of use and extra storage. The vanity features a concrete top with integrated sinks and electric faucets (with adjustable settings for water flow and timing). Also, attached laundry updated to coordinate with black cabinets, hanging for suits and towels and a laundry sink for connivence.
MONTLAKE COLONIAL SEATTLE, WASHINGTON
MONTLAKE COLONIAL SEATTLE, WASHINGTON
CaseworkCasework
When the homeowners first purchased the 1925 house, it was compartmentalized, outdated, and completely unfunctional for their growing family. Casework designed the owner's previous kitchen and family room and was brought in to lead up the creative direction for the project. Casework teamed up with architect Paul Crowther and brother sister team Ainslie Davis on the addition and remodel of the Colonial. The existing kitchen and powder bath were demoed and walls expanded to create a new footprint for the home. This created a much larger, more open kitchen and breakfast nook with mudroom, pantry and more private half bath. In the spacious kitchen, a large walnut island perfectly compliments the homes existing oak floors without feeling too heavy. Paired with brass accents, Calcutta Carrera marble countertops, and clean white cabinets and tile, the kitchen feels bright and open - the perfect spot for a glass of wine with friends or dinner with the whole family. There was no official master prior to the renovations. The existing four bedrooms and one separate bathroom became two smaller bedrooms perfectly suited for the client’s two daughters, while the third became the true master complete with walk-in closet and master bath. There are future plans for a second story addition that would transform the current master into a guest suite and build out a master bedroom and bath complete with walk in shower and free standing tub. Overall, a light, neutral palette was incorporated to draw attention to the existing colonial details of the home, like coved ceilings and leaded glass windows, that the homeowners fell in love with. Modern furnishings and art were mixed in to make this space an eclectic haven.
Zen Master Bath
Zen Master Bath
Eileen Deschapelles Interior DesignEileen Deschapelles Interior Design
The door is 150 years old. We had layers of paint removed, but we left some of the finish. We had it sealed because we were concerned about any traces of lead left behind. Photography: Philip Ennis Productions.
Modern Estate Bathroom
Modern Estate Bathroom
R.L. Baxter Building CorpR.L. Baxter Building Corp
When we work on a private residence, we take every care to understand and respect that this is not just a property, structure or set of blueprints. This is your home. We listen first, working with your vision and sense of style, but combining your ideas with our extensive knowledge of finishes, materials and how to consider every last detail in order to create an overall look and feel that will really "wow."
7th Avenue Parkway Contemporary Remodel
7th Avenue Parkway Contemporary Remodel
GRUBER HOME REMODELINGGRUBER HOME REMODELING
A comfortable study with sliding doors leading into adjacent living room

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