At No 19
We were called in to totally revamp the lounge in this 1990's house. The room was totally dominated by an enormous red brick inglenook fireplace. The client had a few pieces of wooden furnitue they wished to retain. The fireplace area was totally revamped by removing a huge oak mantle and plastering over the brickwork. An inset multifuel burner installed and window seats within the old inglenook doubled up as log and coal storage. We removed the carpet and laid Quickstep laminate. The existing wooden furniure was professionally spray painted and a bespoke TV and display unit manufactured to match. Inspiration for the colour scheme was taken from the original stained glass windows within the inglenook. A large sofa with chaise, a smaller accent sofa and a leather Stressless recliner chair and stool sought to finish the scheme. Luxaflex Silhouette Shades were added for solar and privacy control.
DANE AUSTIN INTERIOR DESIGN Boston & Cambridge
This design scheme blends femininity, sophistication, and the bling of Art Deco with earthy, natural accents. An amoeba-shaped rug breaks the linearity in the living room that’s furnished with a lady bug-red sleeper sofa with gold piping and another curvy sofa. These are juxtaposed with chairs that have a modern Danish flavor, and the side tables add an earthy touch. The dining area can be used as a work station as well and features an elliptical-shaped table with gold velvet upholstered chairs and bubble chandeliers. A velvet, aubergine headboard graces the bed in the master bedroom that’s painted in a subtle shade of silver. Abstract murals and vibrant photography complete the look. Photography by: Sean Litchfield --- Project designed by Boston interior design studio Dane Austin Design. They serve Boston, Cambridge, Hingham, Cohasset, Newton, Weston, Lexington, Concord, Dover, Andover, Gloucester, as well as surrounding areas. For more about Dane Austin Design, click here: https://daneaustindesign.com/ To learn more about this project, click here: https://daneaustindesign.com/leather-district-loft
Da-Vinci Designs Cabinetry
Contemporary TV Wall Unit, Media Center, Entertainment Center. High gloss finish with filing floating shelves handmade by Da-Vinci Designs Cabinetry.
Hills & Grant
Photo: Lisa Petrole
JOE GINSBERG DESIGN
An expansive family duplex on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, expertly curated with an artist's eye, creating a luxurious, warm and harmonious, gallery-like environment. A distinctive, hand-made, artisan interior, filled with custom architectural appointments; each feature crafted to reflect the individual personalities of the family. A cherry blossom motif in a raised plaster relief borders the room, while a smoky frescoed landscape highlights the hammered brass fireplace dome that anchors this airy space. This "hand-forged metals" theme is continued in the bronze spirals of the dining table base, and the cauldron-shaped, blackened steel and marble coffee table. Joe Ginsberg's vision was developed to provide a unique level of execution while synchronizing the needs and goals of the client.
STYLELINE™ Door and Window Systems
Horizon - Residential & Commercial Builders
Architecture by Bruce Stafford & Associates Interior design by Hare + Klein Engineering by Geoff Ninnes Fong & Partners Photography by Nicholas Watt
AD DESIGN DEVELOP
Palmerston Design Consultants
S A K Designs
The primary goal for this project was to craft a modernist derivation of pueblo architecture. Set into a heavily laden boulder hillside, the design also reflects the nature of the stacked boulder formations. The site, located near local landmark Pinnacle Peak, offered breathtaking views which were largely upward, making proximity an issue. Maintaining southwest fenestration protection and maximizing views created the primary design constraint. The views are maximized with careful orientation, exacting overhangs, and wing wall locations. The overhangs intertwine and undulate with alternating materials stacking to reinforce the boulder strewn backdrop. The elegant material palette and siting allow for great harmony with the native desert. The Elegant Modern at Estancia was the collaboration of many of the Valley's finest luxury home specialists. Interiors guru David Michael Miller contributed elegance and refinement in every detail. Landscape architect Russ Greey of Greey | Pickett contributed a landscape design that not only complimented the architecture, but nestled into the surrounding desert as if always a part of it. And contractor Manship Builders -- Jim Manship and project manager Mark Laidlaw -- brought precision and skill to the construction of what architect C.P. Drewett described as "a watch." Project Details | Elegant Modern at Estancia Architecture: CP Drewett, AIA, NCARB Builder: Manship Builders, Carefree, AZ Interiors: David Michael Miller, Scottsdale, AZ Landscape: Greey | Pickett, Scottsdale, AZ Photography: Dino Tonn, Scottsdale, AZ Publications: "On the Edge: The Rugged Desert Landscape Forms the Ideal Backdrop for an Estancia Home Distinguished by its Modernist Lines" Luxe Interiors + Design, Nov/Dec 2015. Awards: 2015 PCBC Grand Award: Best Custom Home over 8,000 sq. ft. 2015 PCBC Award of Merit: Best Custom Home over 8,000 sq. ft. The Nationals 2016 Silver Award: Best Architectural Design of a One of a Kind Home - Custom or Spec 2015 Excellence in Masonry Architectural Award - Merit Award Photography: Werner Segarra