British Colonial in Pasadena
British Colonial in Pasadena
Charmean Neithart Interiors
Landing and Master Bedroom in British Colonial Style Residence. Pasadena, CA Erika Bierman Photography www.erikabiermanphotography.com
KITCHEN ISLAND
KITCHEN ISLAND
Sheila Rich Interiors, LLC
The open kitchen and family room coordinate in colors and performance fabrics; the vertical striped chair backs are echoed in sofa throw pillows. The antique brass chandelier adds warmth and history. The island has a double custom edge countertop providing a unique feature to the island, adding to its importance. The breakfast nook with custom banquette has coordinated performance fabrics. Photography: Lauren Hagerstrom
Entertaining Space
Entertaining Space
Susan Cohan Gardens
Custom trellis stained Benjamin Moore Yorktowne Green HC-133 are supports for espaliered apple trees and a backdrop for a small deer resistant perennial bed.
McCall Design & Planning
McCall Design & Planning
McCall Design & Planning
This Adirondack style exterior was accomplished by harvesting logs at a certain time of year which allows the bark to better stick to the wood inside. The home is sited on the slope between a big bedrock slope and the lake, with great southeastern views.
Laurelhurst
Laurelhurst
ROM architecture studio
1931 Tudor home remodel Architect: Carol Sundstrom, AIA Contractor: Model Remodel Cabinetry: Pete's Cabinet Shop Photography: © Cindy Apple Photography
Traditional White Kitchen - Eagan
Traditional White Kitchen - Eagan
Liz Schupanitz Designs
A PLACE TO GATHER Location: Eagan, MN, USA This family of five wanted an inviting space to gather with family and friends. Mom, the primary cook, wanted a large island with more organized storage – everything in its place – and a crisp white kitchen with the character of an older home. Challenges: Design an island that could accommodate this family of five for casual weeknight dinners. Create more usable storage within the existing kitchen footprint. Design a better transition between the upper cabinets on the 8-foot sink wall and the adjoining 9-foot cooktop wall. Make room for more counter space around the cooktop. It was poorly lit, cluttered with small appliances and confined by the tall oven cabinet. Solutions: A large island, that seats 5 comfortably, replaced the small island and kitchen table. This allowed for more storage including cookbook shelves, a heavy-duty roll out shelf for the mixer, a 2-bin recycling center and a bread drawer. Tall pantries with decorative grilles were placed between the kitchen and family room. These created ample storage and helped define each room, making each one feel larger, yet more intimate. A space intentionally separates the upper cabinets on the sink wall from those on the cooktop wall. This created symmetry on the sink wall and made room for an appliance garage, which keeps the countertops uncluttered. Moving the double ovens to the former pantry location made way for more usable counter space around the cooktop and a dramatic focal point with the hood, cabinets and marble backsplash. Special Features: Custom designed corbels and island legs lend character. Gilt open lanterns, antiqued nickel grilles on the pantries, and the soft linen shade at the kitchen sink add personality and charm. The unique bronze hardware with a living finish creates the patina of an older home. A walnut island countertop adds the warmth and feel of a kitchen table. This homeowner truly understood the idea of living with the patina of marble. Her grandmother’s marble-topped antique table inspired the Carrara countertops. The result is a highly organized kitchen with a light, open feel that invites you to stay a while. Liz Schupanitz Designs Photographed by: Andrea Rugg
ASPIRE DESIGN AND HOME Junior League High Point Designer's Show House
ASPIRE DESIGN AND HOME Junior League High Point Designer's Show House
Villeroy and Boch
This year's ASPIRE DESIGN AND HOME Junior League High Point Designer's Show House prominently featured hansgrohe's new Joleena collection. We'll be sharing the final room designs with you over the next few weeks! High Point native Kate Hutchison of @kate.h.design, designed this charming hall bathroom in the historic residence. Kate says, "I don't know how else to describe Joleena other than to say it's the perfect transitional collection. Fresh and current, it's also classic. It's a no brainer, because its lines work really well with many other styles of lighting, cabinetry hardware and mirrors, whether they are contemporary or traditional. The polished nickel finish was perfect (it's one of my favorites), because I often like to mix and match finishes in the same space." Joleena is also available in matte black, brushed nickel and chrome finishes. Featured here: Joleena Widespread Faucet, Joleena 1-Jet Showerhead and Joleena Shower Trim, as well as Joleena toilet paper holder, towel ring and robe hooks.
Traditional home decor continues to be the most popular style for homes in America. Gracious and inviting, a traditional home evokes images of understated elegance and offers the warmth and classic comfort many remember from childhood homes. Within the traditional designation, you’ll find many specific styles, such as classic, colonial, Victorian and Tudor. In general, traditional homes have conservative color palettes, rich wood tones, ornate decorative details and classic prints, such as florals, plaids and stripes.
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