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Crown Point Cabinetry
Casual office space overlooking the water. Cabinetry is from our frameless line in soft white. Photo Credit: Crown Point Cabinetry
John Kraemer & Sons
Builder: John Kraemer & Sons | Architecture: Sharratt Design | Landscaping: Yardscapes | Photography: Landmark Photography
Malibu West Interiors
This home office is functional and so stylish at the same time. The Wall Unit cannot be appreciated by the photo, as it has several paint layers, distressed, aged and wood characteristics enhanced. The Gregorius Pineo light fixture is oh so special!
The classic 5,000-square-foot, five-bedroom Blaine boasts a timeless, traditional façade of stone and cedar shake. Inspired by both the relaxed Shingle Style that swept the East Coast at the turn of the century, and the all-American Four Square found around the country. The home features Old World architecture paired with every modern convenience, along with unparalleled craftsmanship and quality design. The curb appeal starts at the street, where a caramel-colored shingle and stone façade invite you inside from the European-style courtyard. Other highlights include irregularly shaped windows, a charming dovecote and cupola, along with a variety of welcoming window boxes on the street side. The lakeside includes two porches designed to take full advantage of the views, a lower-level walk out, and stone arches that lend an aura of both elegance and permanence. Step inside, and the interiors will not disappoint. The spacious foyer featuring a wood staircase leads into a large, open living room with a natural stone fireplace, rustic beams and nearby walkout deck. Also adjacent is a screened-in porch that leads down to the lower level, and the lakeshore. The nearby kitchen includes a large two-tiered multi-purpose island topped with butcher block, perfect for both entertaining and food preparation. This informal dining area allows for large gatherings of family and friends. Leave the family area, cross the foyer and enter your private retreat — a master bedroom suite attached to a luxurious master bath, private sitting room, and sun room. Who needs vacation when it’s such a pleasure staying home? The second floor features two cozy bedrooms, a bunkroom with built-in sleeping area, and a convenient home office. In the lower level, a relaxed family room and billiards area are accompanied by a pub and wine cellar. Further on, two additional bedrooms await.
Ana Cole Interiors
Chic, elegant and bright were the primary words of inspiration. We went with a neutral backdrop and allowed the artwork to be the main star of the show. It was complemented by a geometric rug and pulled it all together with gold accents throughout.
Photo: Nick Smith
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
This studio space serves the clients needs for her custom card making hobby. The drawers in this image are built-ins which get progressively deeper as they get closer to the floor, taking full advantage of the depth behind the kneewall. The bottom drawer is on full extension drawer slides and can pull out for 42" of useful depth! Renovation/Addition. Rob Karosis Photography
Alan Design Studio
Designer: Jean Alan Design Assistant: Jody Trombley
Tasteful home office and library room with a page has fire and period styling and plaster cornices to finish
THEME A passion for sports that never grows up, never grows old and never tires is at the heart of this room. Designed as a den/office for a radio sports talent who’s life work revolves around stats, scores, free agents and athletes, the room ensures that its owner is surrounded by the teams and games he loves, with room for storage, a desk, a computer station and some personal accents. FOCUS Four baseball stadium seats procured from the old Tiger Stadium in Detroit, repainted with a faux wood grain look and personalized with each member of the family’s name give the room a true sports feel. Favorite team jerseys as well as team logos — painted tan to match the overall look of the room — highlight the space. Large wall towers divide the room into three distinct spaces. The central area houses two TV monitors and a hidden computer system, while the other two areas display oversized family photos in sepia tone prints and custom, matching frames. The towers, which provide storage, were purchased at Pottery Barn, and already in the room. To make them more functional, height was added to bring them to the ceiling, and the room’s crown molding is taken around each tower’s top to create a seamless flow. STORAGE The creation of the towers gives the room plenty of useful storage, including display areas, multiple shelves, and a place to hide computer accessories and office supplies. GROWTH The room can easily change over time as new sports memorabilia and family photos are added or switched out. SAFETY All wires for the monitors and computer system are hidden within the wall and inside the storage towers. Power running to digital frames dedicated to particular teams is hidden within the walls.
Godden Sudik Architects Inc
A formal office with wall-to-wall casework, built-ins and exposed wood beams makes this room an extraordinary space to get work done.
Susan Semmelmann Interiors- Award Winning Designer
This study is an elegant take on a traditional space with masculine touches seen in the warm wood pieces, touches of rich brown leather and worldly accents. The crisp white cabinets again help balance out the powerful deep-toned accessories seamlessly. http://www.semmelmanninteriors.com/