Sleek master bathroom created by Meadowlark for this Ann Arbor home with grey tones, granite countertops, Shaker style cabinets and mixed tile accents. Photo by Sean Carter Photography, Ann Arbor, MI.
David Heide Design Studio
Architecture & Interior Design: David Heide Design Studio -- Photos: Karen Melvin
Kitchen Design Concepts
The builder we partnered with for this beauty original wanted to use his cabinet person (who builds and finishes on site) but the clients advocated for manufactured cabinets - and we agree with them! These homeowners were just wonderful to work with and wanted materials that were a little more "out of the box" than the standard "white kitchen" you see popping up everywhere today - and their dog, who came along to every meeting, agreed to something with longevity, and a good warranty! The cabinets are from WW Woods, their Eclipse (Frameless, Full Access) line in the Aspen door style - a shaker with a little detail. The perimeter kitchen and scullery cabinets are a Poplar wood with their Seagull stain finish, and the kitchen island is a Maple wood with their Soft White paint finish. The space itself was a little small, and they loved the cabinetry material, so we even paneled their built in refrigeration units to make the kitchen feel a little bigger. And the open shelving in the scullery acts as the perfect go-to pantry, without having to go through a ton of doors - it's just behind the hood wall!
Urban Oasis Landscape Design
Large picture windows looked out onto the empty narrow side yard. Our solution was to create a dramatic 3D modular installation with CorTen Planters filled with low maintenance cacti.
Brass Light Gallery
The dramatic front entrance complete with hanging Lancaster lantern pendant. Design Credit: Sandra Meyers Design Studio Photo Credit: Angie Seckinger
Overland Partners Architecture + Urban Design
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Kirk Bianchi created the design for this residential resort next to a desert preserve. The overhang of the homes patio suggested a pool with a sweeping curve shape. Kirk positioned a raised vanishing edge pool to work with the ascending terrain and to also capture the reflections of the scenery behind. The fire pit and bbq areas are situated to capture the best views of the superstition mountains, framed by the architectural pergola that creates a window to the vista beyond. A raised glass tile spa, capturing the colors of the desert context, serves as a jewel and centerpiece for the outdoor living space.
Organization & Relocation
Located in Colorado. We will travel. Storage solution provided by the Closet Factory. Budget varies.
This 1906 single floor bungalow in Mobile, Alabama was restored to showcase Phantom’s window, door and motorized screens. They wanted to bring together the home’s indoor and outdoor living space and make it comfortable year round in Alabama’s changing climate. Phantom’s screens were added to each window and door, allowing homeowners to control the sunlight and breeze that enters the indoor and outdoor living spaces without letting in bugs or debris. It was even possible to turn the porch into an ‘inside room’ contained from the elements, by lowering Phantom’s clear vinyl motorized screens. The screens blend in seamlessly with heritage home’s design and can be easily retracted out of sight when not in use. “They blend seamlessly in with the window and not detract from the beauty so we were able to preserve the old look and feel of the window yet add in the modern convenience of a retractable screen.” - Esther de Wolde, CEO, Phantom Screens Photo credit: Revival Arts Photography
Highland Builders LLC
Modern mountain aesthetic in this fully exposed custom designed ranch. Exterior brings together lap siding and stone veneer accents with welcoming timber columns and entry truss. Garage door covered with standing seam metal roof supported by brackets. Large timber columns and beams support a rear covered screened porch. (Ryan Hainey)