New Heights

Wed 09 2010

Beginning with a Stone Forest freestanding granite sink and Sigma wall-mounted faucet, the designer divided the wall with various geometric shaped and sized mirror pieces. Mosaic mirror portioned together with dark walnut wood panels created not only contrast, where walnut was also implemented. Cheryl Kees Clendenon

This kitchen was designed of stone, glass, iron and wood were the materials selected by the designer to accomplish the stunning result. A Wright-inspired mullion door, the distinctive twig-like handles, and unique artful details in the ceiling are just a few of the stand-out components in this showcase kitchen. Thomas David Trzcinski

Gray Serenity

Mon 09 2010

The minimalist contemporary style clean design and a palette of gray, stainless, and black. Creature comforts such as heated tile floors throughout the bathroom and shower, along with heated towel bars, ensure a comfortable, warm beginning to cold winter mornings. Thermostat control, switches, outlets, and hand towels are tucked away and hidden from view. Barbara E. Murphy

Substantial Elegance

Mon 09 2010

By moving a dividing wall, the designer created additional square footage that the homeowners wanted in their master bedroom, while still allowing for a spacious and luxurious bathroom. A large two-person shower replaced an existing dry sauna, steam shower and whirlpool tub to better suit the couple’s fast-paced lifestyle. Steiner & Houck, Inc

Tequila Sunrise

Mon 09 2010

A tequila sunrise countertop were the defining bold contrasts that set the tone for this showroom, wall tiled in a mosaic tile matches the larger floor tile. A custom mirror was finished in the same high gloss lacquer that is the highlight of the cabinetry. A user-friendly space was created through the inclusion of a raised counter area, magnifying mirror and bar stool. Lonetree Enterprises, Ltd

Warm tones in the cabinetry, quartz countertop, and custom Mahogany wood bar top serve their purpose in functionality, but also as a softening hue to the palette of this expansive kitchen. domestic hot water recirculation, a low sloped roof structure for rainwater collection and irrigation cistern supply, along with flat roof areas for photovoltaic systems collection and distribution. Beauty in functionality, sustainability, and modernity. Michael Bright

Modern Architecture

Mon 06 2010

Warm tones in the cabinetry, quartz countertop, and custom Mahogany wood bar top serve their purpose in functionality, but also as a softening hue to the palette of this expansive kitchen. domestic hot water recirculation, a low sloped roof structure for rainwater collection and irrigation cistern supply, along with flat roof areas for photovoltaic systems collection and distribution. Beauty in functionality, sustainability, and modernity. Brian M. Johnson

Outdoor Oasis

Fri 06 2010

It boasts a fully functioning kitchen, an axial garden and several entertaining zones. Having recently completed interior kitchen renovations, the homeowners were enthusiastic about pairing it with a stunning outdoor space. Teakwood cabinetry, honed granite, and bluestone pavers are the materials that define this sleek, natural space. This stunning entertainment and kitchen space has closed the gap between indoors and outdoors and beautifully blended function with nature. Susan Fredman

Entertaining in Style

Fri 06 2010

The designer brought this showcase room together with exceptional materials and attention to the traffic flow based on the shape of the bar top and the beautiful lake view. Opposite the bar is a double-sided fireplace with a hand-carved mantel, above which is a large television.  This complex space feels at once welcoming and demonstratively luxurious in its detail. Peter Harms

Vintage Charm

Fri 06 2010

A subterranean exterior wall provided the perfect natural insulator for wine storage at a consistent 60-degree temperature. Floors and countertops of French limestone, coupled with mahogany wine racks, cabinetry, crown molding, and French doors bring a natural and warm quality to a cellar space. Other key elements are stained, glazed, and distressed cherry moldings and beams, as well as leaded antique glass windows that separate the cellar and tasting areas, making this a wonderfully unified vintage-style space. Peter Ross Salerno

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