Contemporary apartment by Whitespace
Contemporary apartment by Whitespace
Whitespace
Sunny, airy and carefree, the dining room is the epitome of a breezy summer’s day. A large open display unit filled with handpicked curios stimulates visual interest while adding cheer to the decor scheme. “We perpetuated the living room aesthetic with a base palette of white, while cutting the monotony with bright yellows and blues. We were particular about maintaining a European sensibility by way of colour, material and texture. We used royal blues, whites, greys and wines to curate a colour spectrum reminiscent of Europe. We complemented these hues with muted fabrics and subtle patterns, and plenty of pine wood.
Wadhwani Residence
Wadhwani Residence
Pixcelcraft Photography
Designed by - Office of Contemporary Architecture Photographed by - Ravi Chouhan, Sapna Jain
Apartment 701
Apartment 701
SHROFFLEóN
A BESPOKE COPPER CLADDING ENVELOPING AND HIGHLIGHTING A GEOMETRIC PROTRUSION THAT JUTS INTO THE SPACE. Photo Credits : Suleiman Merchant #BestOfHouzz
Boldy Blue Masterbath
Boldy Blue Masterbath
Amiano & Son Construction, LLC
This beautifully blue master bath is a perfect get away space. With a large shower, an open concept space, and a vanity with plenty of storage, this bathroom is the perfect masterbath. With a simple design that makes a bold statement, who wouldn't want to wake up everyday to this space?
Custom Elegance
Custom Elegance
Cabinet Concepts by Design
Mudroom/laundry room. All painted cabinetry with inset doors and drawers.
2021 NARI CotY Award-Winning Bathroom Over $100,000
2021 NARI CotY Award-Winning Bathroom Over $100,000
National Association of the Remodeling Industry
Michael Nash Design Build & Homes, Fairfax, Virginia, 2021 Regional CotY Award Winner, Residential Bath Over $100,000
A transitional house falls between traditional and contemporary — it is often a traditional home that is evolving toward an updated, trendier look. Transitional home decor takes a classic foundation and revamps it with popular finishes, colors and materials, though it lacks the bold, contrasting quality of contemporary spaces. Transitional homes stick with neutral colors (especially gray), minimal ornamentation, simple lines and small, trendy details. These spaces are often hard to identify, since by definition they mix two different styles.