Two floor-to-ceiling cabinets flank the marble counter and sink. A clever organizational system—a wall outlined with open maple cubbies—is opposite the sink area.
Team: Byggmeister, Inc.; Demetriades + Walker; Interior Dimensions; Anderson Tile Contracting; Alfeo Electrical Company; Pipelines
The bathroom is lavished with exotic art materials, including art glass, white cedar, green and yellow marble, and bronze vessel sinks.
Team: Thomas Buckborough & Associates; H.C. Miller Woodworking; Noble Electric; Paramount Tiling
The curves are then mirrored in the built-in vanity and backsplash. Glass mosaic tiles and a domed gold-leaf ceiling give this space an ambiance of its own.
Team: Siemasko + Verbridge; Premier Builders; Aldrich Stone; Ann Sacks ; Webster & Company
With an emphasis on function as well as beauty, an entryway, a living room, and a dining area were created using warm and invigorating colors, richly textured fabrics, and a mixture of materials.
Team: Leslie Fine Interiors, Inc.; Matt Matheson Construction, Inc.; Jacqueline Becker Fine Arts Consulting
This “grand room” is used for cooking, dining, and relaxing in front of the natural slate fireplace.
Team: Edwina Drummond Interiors; Country Cabinets; Bay Street Discount; Monique’s Bath Showroom, Inc.; Patty Lane Painting; Bartolomeo Architect; Ann Sacks
This project restored nineteenth-century grace and charm to this classic brownstone.
Team: Woodmeister Corporation; Seldom Scene Interiors; Sandra Oster Interiors
Platinum winner of the “Custom home” category
The modern, minimal aesthetic takes cues from the surrounding context, reinterpreting the elements that compose a front porch, bays, balconies, and decks.
This bold and dramatic dining room speaks to the period architecture of the home while making sure it does not show the wear and tear of the daily lives of the homeowners.
Team: Sharon Cameron Lawn Interiors; The Martin Group, Inc.; Comina, Inc.; The Painted Ladies; Euro-Wall; Allstone; C2 Paint – Adler’s Hardware
This carriage house dining room, along with the other primary first-floor rooms, are largely defined by moveable barn doors which set the aesthetic tone for the space.
Team: Chang + Sylligardos Architects; Byggmeister, Inc.; Chimera; North Road Stairs; The Kennebec Company; Comina, Inc.
This dining room blends both the grandeur of a formal dining room and the warmth the homeowners requested.
Team: The Classic Group, Inc. & Anthony Catalfano Interiors