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LDa Architecture & Interiors
TEAM Architect: LDa Architecture & Interiors Builder: 41 Degrees North Construction, Inc. Landscape Architect: Wild Violets (Landscape and Garden Design on Martha's Vineyard) Photographer: Sean Litchfield Photography
This formal living room is located directly off of the main entry of a traditional style located just outside of Seattle on Mercer Island. Our clients wanted a space where they could entertain, relax and have a space just for mom and dad. The center focus of this space is a custom built table made of reclaimed maple from a bowling lane and reclaimed corbels, both from a local architectural salvage shop. We then worked with a local craftsman to construct the final piece.
Keri Murray Architecture
The owners spend a great deal of time outdoors and desperately desired a living room open to the elements and set up for long days and evenings of entertaining in the beautiful New England air. KMA’s goal was to give the owners an outdoor space where they can enjoy warm summer evenings with a glass of wine or a beer during football season. The floor will incorporate Natural Blue Cleft random size rectangular pieces of bluestone that coordinate with a feature wall made of ledge and ashlar cuts of the same stone. The interior walls feature weathered wood that complements a rich mahogany ceiling. Contemporary fans coordinate with three large skylights, and two new large sliding doors with transoms. Other features are a reclaimed hearth, an outdoor kitchen that includes a wine fridge, beverage dispenser (kegerator!), and under-counter refrigerator. Cedar clapboards tie the new structure with the existing home and a large brick chimney ground the feature wall while providing privacy from the street. The project also includes space for a grill, fire pit, and pergola.
The Gaines Group Architects
Luxury living done with energy-efficiency in mind. From the Insulated Concrete Form walls to the solar panels, this home has energy-efficient features at every turn. Luxury abounds with hardwood floors from a tobacco barn, custom cabinets, to vaulted ceilings. The indoor basketball court and golf simulator give family and friends plenty of fun options to explore. This home has it all. Elise Trissel photograph
Mullman Seidman Architects
Summer cottage by Mullman Seidman Architects. © Mullman Seidman Architects
Elizabeth Taylor Satterfield Interior Design, Inc.
The Lachicotte Company
The McMullin Design Group
What a view! This is the fourth story of this home. A small little room where you can enjoy the view from inside and outside.
Pauli & Uribe Architects
KBK Interior Design
Sunroon close up Brian Monterroso
Coastal Stage and Rearrange
Photo Credit - Grey Wells
Balducci Additions & Remodeling
Interior view of the sunroom addition. We covered the fireplace with decorative moldings and trim