Lauren M. Levine Interiors
Photo by Tim Prendergast
Interiors by Popov
This is another favorite home redesign project. Throughout my career, I've worked with some hefty budgets on a number of high-end projects. You can visit Paris Kitchens and Somerset Kitchens, companies that I have worked for previously, to get an idea of what I mean. I could start name dropping here, but I won’t, because that's not what this project is about. This project is about a small budget and a happy homeowner. This was one of the first projects with a custom interior design at a fraction of a regular budget. I could use the term “value engineering” to describe it, because this particular interior was heavily value engineered. The result: a sophisticated interior that looks so much more expensive than it is. And one ecstatic homeowner. Mission impossible accomplished. P.S. Don’t ask me how much it cost, I promised the homeowner that their impressive budget will remain confidential. In any case, no one would believe me even if I spilled the beans.
Joan Heaton Architects
photo by Susan Teare
kimberly peck architect
this living room is a double height space in the loft with 15 ft ceilings. the front windows are 12' tall with arched tops.
Hardwood Lumber Company
"You would be very hard-pressed to find a better package. Very sturdy brackets, solid Hickory. For about what you would pay for veneered garbage. The customer and I am both super happy" Nathan
Bushman Dreyfus Architects
Virginia AIA Honor Award for Excellence in Residential Design | This house is designed around the simple concept of placing main living spaces and private bedrooms in separate volumes, and linking the two wings with a well-organized kitchen. In doing so, the southern living space becomes a pavilion that enjoys expansive glass openings and a generous porch. Maintaining a geometric self-confidence, this front pavilion possesses the simplicity of a barn, while its large, shadowy openings suggest shelter from the elements and refuge within. The interior is fitted with reclaimed elm flooring and vertical grain white oak for windows, bookcases, cabinets, and trim. The same cypress used on the exterior comes inside on the back wall and ceiling. Belgian linen drapes pocket behind the bookcases, and windows are glazed with energy-efficient, triple-pane, R-11 Low-E glass.
Rebecca Schnier Architecture
WERK | Building Modern
Indoor-Outdoor fireplace features side-reveal detail for hidden storage - Architect: HAUS | Architecture For Modern Lifestyles - Builder: WERK | Building Modern - Photo: HAUS
Architettura d'Interni - A1 Studio
in questo piacevole soggiorno trova posto un piccolo angolo cottura che si sa trasformare in zona tv. il divano letto rende questo spazio utilizzabile anche come seconda camera da letto
Jorge Castillo Design Inc.
Jorge Castillo Designs, Inc. worked very closely with the Vail’s architect to create a contemporary home on top of the existing foundation. The end result was a bright and airy California style home with enough light to combat grey Ohio winters. We defined spaces within the open floor plan by implementing ceiling treatments, creating a well-planned lighting design, and adding other unique elements, including a floating staircase and aquarium.
The living room showcases such loft-inspired elements as exposed trusses, clerestory windows and a slanting ceiling. Wood accents, including the white oak ceiling and eucalyptus-veneer entertainment center, lend earthiness. Family-friendly, low-profile furnishings in a cozy cluster reflect the homeowners’ preference for organic Contemporary design. Featured in the November 2008 issue of Phoenix Home & Garden, this "magnificently modern" home is actually a suburban loft located in Arcadia, a neighborhood formerly occupied by groves of orange and grapefruit trees in Phoenix, Arizona. The home, designed by architect C.P. Drewett, offers breathtaking views of Camelback Mountain from the entire main floor, guest house, and pool area. These main areas "loft" over a basement level featuring 4 bedrooms, a guest room, and a kids' den. Features of the house include white-oak ceilings, exposed steel trusses, Eucalyptus-veneer cabinetry, honed Pompignon limestone, concrete, granite, and stainless steel countertops. The owners also enlisted the help of Interior Designer Sharon Fannin. The project was built by Sonora West Development of Scottsdale, AZ.
Pinnacle Mountain Homes
Pinnacle Mountain Homes
Arielle C. Schechter, AIA
Photo by Arielle Schechter. The interior of the great room showing the hickory flooring. the high clerestory windows allow light in throughout the day.