Stone Floors Designs & Ideas
Allen Saunders, Inc.
Sargent Architectural Photography
Elise Fett & Associates, Ltd.
Tom Zikas Photography - www.tomzikas.com
Great Falls Distinctive Interiors Inc.
Despite its Old World finishes, the kitchen has every convenience a modern chef could hope for, including a Wolf range and a built-in Miele espresso machine. Custom hood is made from stainless steel and hammered copper. Photography Alain Jaramillo
Within Studio LLC
This is a custom home that was designed and built by a super Tucson team. We remember walking on the dirt lot thinking of what would one day grow from the Tucson desert. We could not have been happier with the result. This home has a Southwest feel with a masculine transitional look. We used many regional materials and our custom millwork was mesquite. The home is warm, inviting, and relaxing. The interior furnishings are understated so as to not take away from the breathtaking desert views. The floors are stained and scored concrete and walls are a mixture of plaster and masonry. Southwest inspired kitchen with custom cabinets and clean lines. Christopher Bowden Photography http://christopherbowdenphotography.com/
This contemporary bathroom features dark glass tile, basalt flooring and a freestanding white tub from WetStyle. The beautiful dark neutrals work brilliantly in this well lit space. Construction and photos by Semrau Building & Design, Aspen, Colorado.
South Coast Architects, Inc.
Pinetop Custom Homes
fur rug, white animal rug,tan tile floor, tan tile wall, brown tile, brown bath tub, bentwood bath stool, large shower room, no shower door, floating shelf, dark wood baseboard, tub filler, freestanding tub, window, dark wood trim, multi-color tile
Photo Credit: Bernard Andre
Robert Paige Cabinetry LLC
Photography by William Quarles
FitzHarris Designs, Architects + Designers
Mudroom shoe cubbies and salvaged farmhouse sink.
Photo: Ben Benschneider
Gonyea Custom Homes
Photos by Spacecrafting
Jay Rambo Co.
Designer, Shelley Goodrich Cummins. Inset construction, Knotty Alder wood, Blackberry finish.
Dallas Renovation Group
1970's home - creating a Texas Hill Country style outdoor living area, complete with the Austin Chop Stone, Cedar beams and mantle, and the requisite HDTV.
Winder Gibson Architects
This project is about memory and transformation. The clients' upbringing in India and memories of the cool white Calacatta Oro floors of her grandfather's house 1960s highrise unit into an open plan that is both informal and luxurious. Marble and finely grained quartersawn maple create a simple aesthetic that runs in variations throughtout all of the rooms of this complete interior re-build. The use of waterjet cut, hand inlaid onyx lotus flowers creates an evocative entry.
Black + Vernooy Architects
Designed to maximize Hill Country views, the Hillside Residence steps down a limestone escarpment, extending the interior entertaining spaces onto a generous shaded porch. Constructed By: Renaissance Builders Inc.
Bernard Andre Photography
Bernard Andre Photography