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Alan Design Studio
Designer: Jean Alan Design Assistant: Jody Trombley
Builder: J. Peterson Homes Interior Designer: Francesca Owens Photographers: Ashley Avila Photography, Bill Hebert, & FulView Capped by a picturesque double chimney and distinguished by its distinctive roof lines and patterned brick, stone and siding, Rookwood draws inspiration from Tudor and Shingle styles, two of the world’s most enduring architectural forms. Popular from about 1890 through 1940, Tudor is characterized by steeply pitched roofs, massive chimneys, tall narrow casement windows and decorative half-timbering. Shingle’s hallmarks include shingled walls, an asymmetrical façade, intersecting cross gables and extensive porches. A masterpiece of wood and stone, there is nothing ordinary about Rookwood, which combines the best of both worlds. Once inside the foyer, the 3,500-square foot main level opens with a 27-foot central living room with natural fireplace. Nearby is a large kitchen featuring an extended island, hearth room and butler’s pantry with an adjacent formal dining space near the front of the house. Also featured is a sun room and spacious study, both perfect for relaxing, as well as two nearby garages that add up to almost 1,500 square foot of space. A large master suite with bath and walk-in closet which dominates the 2,700-square foot second level which also includes three additional family bedrooms, a convenient laundry and a flexible 580-square-foot bonus space. Downstairs, the lower level boasts approximately 1,000 more square feet of finished space, including a recreation room, guest suite and additional storage.
Savant Design Group
Seating are in master suite - texture and neutral palatte. Antique Morroccan rug adds texture and geometric pattern. Framed antique lithographs from 1700's. Knoll modern tables and antique French chicken coop serves as coffee table. Photos: Emily Redfield
Marker Girl Home
Marker Girl's Studio a converted garage with a mix of custom cabinetry and an ikea hack of best bookcase. Monogrammed ikea slip cover chairs. Black and White rug. Wall color is Dreamy White
Board & Vellum
Home Office uses walnut furniture to contrast with the blue walls John Wilbanks Photography
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Gunter & Co Interiors Ltd
The Decorators Unlimited
This Palm Beach Gardens, FL home is a contemporary masterpiece. With a cream bedroom with dark accents, bold wall decor and built-ins, and a clean kitchen, this home has a clean sophisticated feel.
Tina Dann-Fenwick Interiors
This custom designed bookcase replaced an old murphy bed in a small first floor room which we converted into a cozy study
The Shade Shop
Solar shades from The Shade Shop offer a modern, stylish way of protecting your interiors from the sun, without sacrificing your view of the outdoors. Available in a variety of sturdy and easy-to-clean fabrics, solar shades help keep your home cool, lower your energy bill, and prevent your furniture, flooring, and artwork from fading. Solar Shades are custom-made in a range of opacities, allowing you to control the amount of light and heat allowed in your home, and can be manually operated or motorized – particularly helpful on large or high windows.
Architect - Haute Architecture Designer - Haute Architecture General Contractor - Rusk Renovations Inc. Photographer - Susan Fisher Plotner
Interiors by Donna Hoffman
A young CEO wanted new corporate offices that reflected the company brand and their conservative, traditional values. It was explicitly stated that beyond the cubicle bullpen and entry to mid-level offices, an “office furniture” look and feel was completely undesirable. Instead, topping the desirability list were: comfortable furnishings; a relaxed upscale feel; a casual collaborative meeting space for staff; a world class boardroom for hosting meetings, and a way to showcase items from the CEO’s entrepreneurial family history. Walls were moved to create a cockpit CEO office that includes a second conference table and lounge area, a new employee kitchen, a new employee lounge and an enlarged boardroom. Glass walls were used in both the reception area and the employee lounge to enhance lighting and provide a sense of spaciousness. Company brand colors are woven throughout and their logo was used as a creative flourish in the custom area rug in reception and glass signage in the boardroom. Photography by David Van Scott
Red Oak desktop and shelves for a Manhattan client.