Wood Flooring Designs & Ideas
Narofsky Architecture + ways2design
Interior photos by Phillip Ennis Photography.
The challenge of this modern version of a 1920s shingle-style home was to recreate the classic look while avoiding the pitfalls of the original materials. The composite slate roof, cement fiberboard shake siding and color-clad windows contribute to the overall aesthetics. The mahogany entries are surrounded by stone, and the innovative soffit materials offer an earth-friendly alternative to wood. You’ll see great attention to detail throughout the home, including in the attic level board and batten walls, scenic overlook, mahogany railed staircase, paneled walls, bordered Brazilian Cherry floor and hideaway bookcase passage. The library features overhead bookshelves, expansive windows, a tile-faced fireplace, and exposed beam ceiling, all accessed via arch-top glass doors leading to the great room. The kitchen offers custom cabinetry, built-in appliances concealed behind furniture panels, and glass faced sideboards and buffet. All details embody the spirit of the craftspeople who established the standards by which homes are judged.
LDa Architecture & Interiors
*The Dining room doors were custom designed by LDa and made by Blue Anchor Woodworks Inc in Marblehead, MA. The floors are constructed of a baked white oak surface-treated with an ebony analine dye. Chandelier: Restoration Hardware | Milos Chandelier Floor Lamp: Aqua Creations | Morning Glory Floor Lamp BASE TRIM Benjamin Moore White Z-235-01 Satin Impervo Alkyd low Luster Enamel DOOR TRIM Benjamin Moore White Z-235-01 Satin Impervo Alkyd low Luster Enamel WINDOW TRIM Benjamin Moore White Z-235-01 Satin Impervo Alkyd low Luster Enamel WALLS Benjamin Moore White Eggshell CEILING Benjamin Moore Ceiling White Flat Finish Credit: Sam Gray Photography
Kim Smith Photo
www.KimSmithPhoto.com; Design by Kitchen Cove Cabinetry - Portland, ME
Terracotta Design Build
Matthew Bolt Graphic Design
Cabinetry by HWC Custom Cabinetry Stone provided by Vitoria International Photo:Matthew Bolt Graphic Design
photo by Woodie Williams
Nar Design Group
This home remodel is a celebration of curves and light. Starting from humble beginnings as a basic builder ranch style house, the design challenge was maximizing natural light throughout and providing the unique contemporary style the client’s craved. The Entry offers a spectacular first impression and sets the tone with a large skylight and an illuminated curved wall covered in a wavy pattern Porcelanosa tile. The chic entertaining kitchen was designed to celebrate a public lifestyle and plenty of entertaining. Celebrating height with a robust amount of interior architectural details, this dynamic kitchen still gives one that cozy feeling of home sweet home. The large “L” shaped island accommodates 7 for seating. Large pendants over the kitchen table and sink provide additional task lighting and whimsy. The Dekton “puzzle” countertop connection was designed to aid the transition between the two color countertops and is one of the homeowner’s favorite details. The built-in bistro table provides additional seating and flows easily into the Living Room. A curved wall in the Living Room showcases a contemporary linear fireplace and tv which is tucked away in a niche. Placing the fireplace and furniture arrangement at an angle allowed for more natural walkway areas that communicated with the exterior doors and the kitchen working areas. The dining room’s open plan is perfect for small groups and expands easily for larger events. Raising the ceiling created visual interest and bringing the pop of teal from the Kitchen cabinets ties the space together. A built-in buffet provides ample storage and display. The Sitting Room (also called the Piano room for its previous life as such) is adjacent to the Kitchen and allows for easy conversation between chef and guests. It captures the homeowner’s chic sense of style and joie de vivre.
Benvenuti and Stein
Custom Kitchen Cabinetry White, Benvenuti and Stein
Great Neighborhood Homes
Photography by VHT
Normandy Designer Vince Weber, worked closely with the homeowners to create an open and spacious floorplan with timeless beauty and appeal. “The existing kitchen was isolated from the rest of the house,” says Weber. “One of the redesign goals of the homeowners was to tie the kitchen with the living room to create a ‘living kitchen’ that would function as the central gathering space for the family.” The resulting design paired timeless colors and classic inset cabinetry to give the kitchen a casual elegance. The island was designed to feel like a furniture piece, which creates a visual divide between functioning kitchen, and the informal eating and living space. Learn more about Vince Weber, the award winning designer who created this kitchen and addition: http://www.normandyremodeling.com/designers/vince-weber/ To learn more about this award-winning Normandy Remodeling Kitchen, click here: http://www.normandyremodeling.com/blog/2-time-award-winning-kitchen-in-wilmette
Anderson Design Studio
A contemporary, organic and simultaneously glamorous transformation of a home in Nashville, TN.
Richard Leo Johnson | Atlantic Archives