Amy Carman Design
When planning this custom residence, the owners had a clear vision – to create an inviting home for their family, with plenty of opportunities to entertain, play, and relax and unwind. They asked for an interior that was approachable and rugged, with an aesthetic that would stand the test of time. Amy Carman Design was tasked with designing all of the millwork, custom cabinetry and interior architecture throughout, including a private theater, lower level bar, game room and a sport court. A materials palette of reclaimed barn wood, gray-washed oak, natural stone, black windows, handmade and vintage-inspired tile, and a mix of white and stained woodwork help set the stage for the furnishings. This down-to-earth vibe carries through to every piece of furniture, artwork, light fixture and textile in the home, creating an overall sense of warmth and authenticity.
Фотограф: Василий Буланов
SMC Interior Design Service
The master bedroom leads to a balcony with an ocean view. The carpet is an indoor outdoor product allowing the master bed and balcony to visually become one larger space.
Caroline Kopp Interior Design
For this screened porch in Westport, Connecticut, Caroline Kopp chose a large trestle table which echoes the beadboard ceiling. Steel side chairs, softened by woven host chairs and blue pillows, provide a comfortable place for guests to sit. Teak lanterns and potted ferns beautify the table which has an antique boat lantern hanging over it. Rikki Snyder
This home, located above Asheville on Town Mountain Road, has a long history with Samsel Architects. Our firm first renovated this 1940s home more than 20 years ago. Since then, it has changed hands and we were more than happy to complete another renovation for the new family. The new homeowners loved the home but wanted more updated look with modern touches. The basic footprint of the house stayed the same with changes to the front entry and decks, a master-suite addition and complete Kitchen renovation. Photography by Todd Crawford
Studio Sarah Willmer Architecture
Exterior View towards Second Floor Addition. Photography by Sharon Risedorph; In Collaboration with designer and client Stacy Eisenmann (Eisenmann Architecture - www.eisenmannarchitecture.com) For questions on this project please contact Stacy at Eisenmann Architecture.
Kevin Dakan Architect