Robeson Design Loves a Symmetrical Bedroom
Robeson Design Loves a Symmetrical Bedroom
Robeson Design
Bedroom Bedding that is all LUXURY. Donna Karan cream satin comforter with feather pillows in periwinkle blue set stage sparkly rhinestone pillow. Above the 4 poster bed, a gold gilded oval mirror keeps the lines clean without sacrificing the stunning look of this Master Bed. Iron screens fill in the casement windows flanked by matching night stands and a pair of lamps creating a perfectly symmetrical look. Robeson Design creates a beautiful Master Bedroom suite by playing up the contrast between light and dark. Dark hardwood floors, stained four poster bed with nightstands, a custom built-in chest of drawers and wood trimmed upholstered chairs set a handsome stage for creamy bedding and soft flowing window treatments. The pale cream walls hold their own as the cream stripped area rug anchors the space. Rebecca used a touch of periwinkle in the throw pillows and oversized art piece in the built-in. Custom designed iron pieces flank the windows on either side of the bed as light amber glass table lamps reflect the natural light streaming in the windows. David Harrison Photography
Southwest Bathrooms
Southwest Bathrooms
Design Directives, LLC
Warm earth tones and high-end granite are key to these bathroom designs of ours. For added detail and personalization we integrated custom mirrors and a stained glass window. Project designed by Susie Hersker’s Scottsdale interior design firm Design Directives. Design Directives is active in Phoenix, Paradise Valley, Cave Creek, Carefree, Sedona, and beyond. For more about Design Directives, click here: https://susanherskerasid.com/
Stairs
Stairs
Alderson Construction
Architect: Charlie Barnett Associates Interior Design: Tucker and Marks Design Landscape Design: Suzman & Cole Design Associates Photography: Mathew Millman Photography
Atherton Estate
Atherton Estate
mark pinkerton - vi360 photography
Atherton Estate newly completed in 2011.
Monterey Street Bath
Monterey Street Bath
Studio KDA
Photo credit: Eurydice Galka
New St. Paul Home
New St. Paul Home
Ben Quie & Sons
Traditional design blends well with 21st century accessibility standards. Designed by architect Jeremiah Battles of Acacia Architects and built by Ben Quie & Sons, this beautiful new home features details found a century ago, combined with a creative use of space and technology to meet the owner’s mobility needs. Even the elevator is detailed with quarter-sawn oak paneling. Feeling as though it has been here for generations, this home combines architectural salvage with creative design. The owner brought in vintage lighting fixtures, a Tudor fireplace surround, and beveled glass for windows and doors. The kitchen pendants and sconces were custom made to match a 1912 Sheffield fixture she had found. Quarter-sawn oak in the living room, dining room, and kitchen, and flat-sawn oak in the pantry, den, and powder room accent the traditional feel of this brand-new home. Design by Acacia Architects/Jeremiah Battles Construction by Ben Quie and Sons Photography by: Troy Thies
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