Jane Kim Architect
Located in an 1890 Wells Fargo stable and warehouse in the Hamilton Park historic district, this intervention focused on creating a personal, comfortable home in an unusually tall loft space. The living room features 45’ high ceilings. The mezzanine level was conceived as a porous, space-making element that allowed pockets of closed storage, open display, and living space to emerge from pushing and pulling the floor plane. The newly cantilevered mezzanine breaks up the immense height of the loft and creates a new TV nook and work space. An updated master suite and kitchen streamline the core functions of this loft while the addition of a new window adds much needed daylight to the space. Photo by Nick Glimenakis.
Beaulieu Group, LLC
Creek Bend, Impervio flooring, engineered waterproof flooring by Beaulieu America, Lux Haus collection
Usable Space Interiors, LLC
This young man LOVES football, especially the Seahawks. He didn't want his room covered up in NFL bling, but desired a reflection of what he is interested in. He also desired an organized, yet, masculine, industrial, rustic feel, that reflects his teen lifestyle. USI incorporated a rugged, cage shelf, a rustic ledge and an industrial cylinder lamp, with a splash of color and some personalized NFL decor to finish the look.
Nina Williams Interiors
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Home Styling by Alexis E-Design
Staying within the 5 color choice worked well here. My client's colors are: baby pink, beige, white, gold, soft blue. Everything here was purchased. She was starting from scratch and wanted the entire condo furnished, which I did. I am a huge fan of seating areas in a master bedroom, so we have one here.
This young man had many interests to work into this small space. He wanted something industrial, dark, with study and work space. Finding the airplane wall art as an inspiration was our starting point. Then painting a feature wall in a charcoal grey gave him the dark he wanted without creating a cave. We painted the rest of the walls a light grey, brought in some metal lamps and tables. Hanging a floating shelf under the sloped ceiling gave him extra space for books and a spot to tuck in a table. The vintage headboard gives the room warmth and coziness.
New York Window Fashion
Motorized Rollease Acmeda 3% screen shades