Room Divider Designs & Ideas
The Interior Place (S) Pte Ltd
Chee Keong Photography
Gabriel Builders Inc.
Family room with dining area included. Cathedral ceilings with tongue and groove wood and beams. Windows along baack wall overlooking the lake. Large stone fireplace.
Das Lawinenholz wurde per Spedition an die Firma Lücking Innenausbau nach Berlin versandt, die für die Schreinerarbeiten zuständig war. Mit besonders viel Liebe zum Detail wurde dieses dann in das weiße Einbaumöbel integriert. Am beeindruckendsten wirkt die Arbeitsplatte, die aus einem einzigen dicken Brett gefertigt wurde. Die vordere Kante wurde dabei auf besonderen Wunsch der Kundin natürlich belassen und nicht gerade beschnitten. Foto: Thomas Straub
Elayne Barre Photography
The Brooklyn Home Company
The 3rd floor studio apartment offered a great space for TBHCo designers to show how you can fit all you need into one space. Fully staged with custom furniture by the designers and styled to show how to utilize this great space.
Simon Maxwell Photography
Photography by Simon Maxwell
Addition and Remodel of a 1950's rambler
Kristen Rivoli Interior Design
With the use of a clean palette and modern, classic furnishings, created a loft space for clients looking to highlight their art and vintage collections, while at the same time downsizing their living space.
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
Rob Karosis Photography www.robkarosis.com
Ernesto Santalla PLLC
A screen with a Primitive painting became a headboard. The client's chest of drawers was used as a nightstand. A comfortable chair completes the grouping. Ernesto Santalla offers professional services in Architecture, Interior Design, and Product Design. We invite you to visit our website to learn more about us and our work. www.ernestosantalla.com email@example.com Photography by Geoffrey Hodgdon
Charco DESIGN & BUILD Inc.
Impala Kitchens and Bathrooms
Impala just completed this stunning kitchen! The brief was to design a kitchen with warmth and impressive textures to suit the house which spanned over four levels. The design needed to allow for casual eating in the kitchen, ample preparation and storage areas. Utilitarian bench tops were selected for the preparation zones on the island and adjacent to the cooktop. A thick recycled timber slab was installed for the lowered eating zone and a stunning transparent marble for the splashback and display niche. Joinery was manufactured from timber veneer and polyurethane. Critical to the modern, sleek design was that the kitchen had minimum handles. Two handles were used on the larger doors for the fridge and lift-up cabinet which concealed the microwave. To balance the design, decorative timber panels were installed on the ceiling over the island. As storage was also a priority, a walk in pantry was installed which can be accessed at the far left by pushing a timber veneer panel.
Deborah French Designs
photo by Yiorgos Kordakis
This elegant bedroom uses many different elements as well as layering to create a tranquil and unified space. The inspiration was the grey embroidered bedding. The custom hand-painted screens provide a beautiful backdrop for the bed and night tables. Photo by Angie Seckinger Photography