Kitchen with Turquoise Floors Ideas and Designs
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Red Dot Studio
Kitchen/dining room: Colorful statement rug by STARK Photo credit: Eric Rorer While we adore all of our clients and the beautiful structures which we help fill and adorn, like a parent adores all of their children, this recent mid-century modern interior design project was a particular delight. This client, a smart, energetic, creative, happy person, a man who, in-person, presents as refined and understated — he wanted color. Lots of color. When we introduced some color, he wanted even more color: Bright pops; lively art. In fact, it started with the art. This new homeowner was shopping at SLATE ( https://slateart.net) for art one day… many people choose art as the finishing touches to an interior design project, however this man had not yet hired a designer. He mentioned his predicament to SLATE principal partner (and our dear partner in art sourcing) Danielle Fox, and she promptly referred him to us. At the time that we began our work, the client and his architect, Jack Backus, had finished up a massive remodel, a thoughtful and thorough update of the elegant, iconic mid-century structure (originally designed by Ratcliff & Ratcliff) for modern 21st-century living. And when we say, “the client and his architect” — we mean it. In his professional life, our client owns a metal fabrication company; given his skills and knowledge of engineering, build, and production, he elected to act as contractor on the project. His eye for metal and form made its way into some of our furniture selections, in particular the coffee table in the living room, fabricated and sold locally by Turtle and Hare. Color for miles: One of our favorite aspects of the project was the long hallway. By choosing to put nothing on the walls, and adorning the length of floor with an amazing, vibrant, patterned rug, we created a perfect venue. The rug stands out, drawing attention to the art on the floor. In fact, the rugs in each room were as thoughtfully selected for color and design as the art on the walls. In total, on this project, we designed and decorated the living room, family room, master bedroom, and back patio. (Visit www.lmbinteriors.com to view the complete portfolio of images.) While my design firm is known for our work with traditional and transitional architecture, and we love those projects, I think it is clear from this project that Modern is also our cup of tea. If you have a Modern house and are thinking about how to make it more vibrantly YOU, contact us for a consultation.
Louise Lakier Photography © 2012 Houzz
Luis Sanandres - Interiorista
Las sillas en blancos y negros, tanto para los taburetes de la cocina como para las sillas de comedor, coordinando con carpinterías en los mismos tonos. > The chairs in black and white, both for the kitchen stools and for the dining room chairs, are coordinates for the carpentrys in the same colors.
Anna C. Fisher (Aspen Kitchens Inc.)
Designed by Anna Fisher with Aspen Kitchens, Inc., in Colorado Springs, CO
Fotograf Camilla Ropers
Fotograf Camilla Ropers
Cuisines et Tendances
Cuisines Et Tendances
Decorative staining on concrete floor using LastiSeal Concrete Stain & Sealer.
Scott Sanders LLC
Ceramic tile flooring throughout mimics the alluring aqua of the nearby ocean. Photography by Jason Schmidt
Neue Räume - Die Küchen Schreiner
Weiße Wohnküche mit viel Stauraum, Eichenholzarbeitsplatte und Nischen aus Vollholz.
Mon Concept Habitation | Paris, Lille, Bordeaux
Le charme du Sud à Paris. Un projet de rénovation assez atypique...car il a été mené par des étudiants architectes ! Notre cliente, qui travaille dans la mode, avait beaucoup de goût et s’est fortement impliquée dans le projet. Un résultat chiadé au charme méditerranéen.
HOLIDAYS DESIGN Lab