This kitchen renovation evokes the true characteristics of contemporary design with modern influences. Built in the 1920's an open-concept kitchen layout was achieved by extending the kitchen into the existing space of the butler pantry. With the expansion, this created visual interest as your eye is drawn to the horizontal grain on the floor and base cabinetry. This kitchen design features Capozzi's Italian cabinetry line with aluminum legs framing the cabinet structure. In this kitchen, modern influences are drawn from the vibrant green laminate cabinets, the combination of stainless steel and quartz countertops and the walnut cabinetry creating visual texture. Keeping the original Viking range played a major role in the design layout as well as the exisitng vent hood and corner chimney. This ultra sleek linear kitchen renovation provides functionality along with a harmounious flow!!!
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Huge tribal mask watches over this simple home office in a corner of the kitchen.
Travertine walls and steel upper cabinets contribute to the earthy modern aesthetic.
General Contractor - The Conrado Company
Interior Design - Diane Lerman and Noel Cross
Lighting Design - Vita Pehar Design
Photographer - Frank Paul Perez/Red Lily Studios
Trusted home professionals turn ideas into reality
The family requested a “Texas Deco Industrial” style home. Part of the USGBC’s LEED Pilot program it was built with Insulated Concrete Forms and multiple solar systems. Unique and whimsical, the interior design reflects the family’s artful and fun loving personality. Completed in 2007 it was certified as the first LEED Gold home in Houston.
Vintage modern style, Miro Dvorscak - photographer
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A new queen-sized, vinyl upholstered daybed makes a great place to lounge and hang out with friends. Antique chair and nightstand are painted for a fresher look. Vintage chrome lamp and new flokati rug enhance the retro feel of the room.
The artisan ceramics and woods featured in the Real Mother Goose gallery were the inspiration for this playful kitchen.
Maple cabinets, walnut accents, Ceasarstone counters, random tile, mixed glass metal ceramic and stone materials