Anthony Residence
Anthony Residence
DesignARC
Inspired by DesignARC's Greenworth House, the owners of this 1960's single-story ranch house desired a fresh take on their out-dated, well-worn Montecito residence. Hailing from Toronto Canada, the couple is at ease in urban, loft-like spaces and looked to create a pared-down dwelling that could become their home. Photo Credit: Jim Bartsch Photography
Master Bedroom
Master Bedroom
ras-a, inc.
photography: Roel Kuiper ©2012
A Perfectly Plaid Holiday
A Perfectly Plaid Holiday
Tchotchkes Design Studio
This project was a Holiday interior styling collaboration with Erin Francois of the blog, Francois Et Moi. Photography by Erin Francois
Master Bath
Master Bath
Martha O'Hara Interiors
Martha O'Hara Interiors, Interior Design & Photo Styling | Corey Gaffer, Photography | Please Note: All “related,” “similar,” and “sponsored” products tagged or listed by Houzz are not actual products pictured. They have not been approved by Martha O’Hara Interiors nor any of the professionals credited. For information about our work, please contact design@oharainteriors.com.
Mit MYCS skandinavisch eingerichtetes Schlafzimmer
Mit MYCS skandinavisch eingerichtetes Schlafzimmer
MYCS - Individuelle Möbel
Hier passt alles zusammen: Grau wiederholt sich im Kleiderschrank, im Nachttisch, in der Deko und den Kissen, die Holzgriffe des Schranks harmonieren mit dem Boden und der weiße Tisch mit der Wand.
CASA IRADIER
CASA IRADIER
The Room Studio
Proyecto realizado por The Room Studio Fotografías: Mauricio Fuertes
Scandinavian design started in the 1950s in the Nordic countries of Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Finland. The style has now become trendy worldwide, especially with the rise of several well-recognized Scandinavian furniture companies like Ikea and Marimekko. Scandinavian designs are known for three main characteristics: simple, affordable and functional. Minimalism is a key component of the style — furniture takes center stage and accessories are rare and carefully selected. Scandinavian decor is all about light colors, white walls, clean lines and natural materials, such as wood, granite, leather and concrete. Nordic countries experience dark and cold winters, so fireplaces, cozy textures and well-placed lighting remains top priority.