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Holly Phillips @ The English Room
Inside Stories by Duet Design Group
Eclectic & Transitional Home, Family Room, Photography by Susie Brenner
An eclectic, modern media room with bold accents of black metals, natural woods, and terra cotta tile floors. We wanted to design a fresh and modern hangout spot for these clients, whether they’re hosting friends or watching the game, this entertainment room had to fit every occasion. We designed a full home bar, which looks dashing right next to the wooden accent wall and foosball table. The sitting area is full of luxe seating, with a large gray sofa and warm brown leather arm chairs. Additional seating was snuck in via black metal chairs that fit seamlessly into the built-in desk and sideboard table (behind the sofa).... In total, there is plenty of seats for a large party, which is exactly what our client needed. Lastly, we updated the french doors with a chic, modern black trim, a small detail that offered an instant pick-me-up. The black trim also looks effortless against the black accents. Designed by Sara Barney’s BANDD DESIGN, who are based in Austin, Texas and serving throughout Round Rock, Lake Travis, West Lake Hills, and Tarrytown. For more about BANDD DESIGN, click here: https://bandddesign.com/ To learn more about this project, click here: https://bandddesign.com/lost-creek-game-room/
This Paradise Valley stunner was a down-to-the-studs renovation. The owner, a successful business woman and owner of Bungalow Scottsdale -- a fabulous furnishings store, had a very clear vision. DW's mission was to re-imagine the 1970's solid block home into a modern and open place for a family of three. The house initially was very compartmentalized including lots of small rooms and too many doors to count. With a mantra of simplify, simplify, simplify, Architect CP Drewett began to look for the hidden order to craft a space that lived well. This residence is a Moroccan world of white topped with classic Morrish patterning and finished with the owner's fabulous taste. The kitchen was established as the home's center to facilitate the owner's heart and swagger for entertaining. The public spaces were reimagined with a focus on hospitality. Practicing great restraint with the architecture set the stage for the owner to showcase objects in space. Her fantastic collection includes a glass-top faux elephant tusk table from the set of the infamous 80's television series, Dallas. It was a joy to create, collaborate, and now celebrate this amazing home. Project Details: Architecture: C.P. Drewett, AIA, NCARB; Drewett Works, Scottsdale, AZ Interior Selections: Linda Criswell, Bungalow Scottsdale, Scottsdale, AZ Photography: Dino Tonn, Scottsdale, AZ Featured in: Phoenix Home and Garden, June 2015, "Eclectic Remodel", page 87.
Alison Giese Interiors
A circa-1970's paneled room was transformed with new sheetrock, trim moulding, and built in bookshelves all painted in high gloss blue paint. Two additional windows were installed to bring in much-needed light. A mix of furniture style adds eclectic personality to the space. Photo by Robert Radifera
Atelier SOFI(A) - Sophie Lallias Architecte DPLG
Benoit Alazard Photographe
Hibou Design & Co.
thea home inc
© Dana Miller, www.millerhallphoto.com
B Fein Interiors LLC
Light and bright space is "found" under the eaves of this suburban colonial home. Interior decoration by Barbara Feinstein, B Fein Interior Design. Custom sectional, B Fein Interior Design Private Label. Pillow fabric from Donghia. Recliner from American Leather. Palacek benches/cocktail tables.
Leland Interiors, LLC
A pair of leather sofas will take the heavy use in this den. A comfortable swivel chair is to the left of the fireplace..
Hobbs' Ink, LLC
Kevin Twitty Interiors
This modern/eclectic family room has all the right elements of fun! It was very important for durability having dogs and a growing family. We decided to go with a fresh blue/grey sofa and warm it up with a punch of green & yellow. Photo by Kevin Twitty
Hudson Place Realty
Property Marketed by Hudson Place Realty - Style meets substance in this circa 1875 townhouse. Completely renovated & restored in a contemporary, yet warm & welcoming style, 295 Pavonia Avenue is the ultimate home for the 21st century urban family. Set on a 25’ wide lot, this Hamilton Park home offers an ideal open floor plan, 5 bedrooms, 3.5 baths and a private outdoor oasis. With 3,600 sq. ft. of living space, the owner’s triplex showcases a unique formal dining rotunda, living room with exposed brick and built in entertainment center, powder room and office nook. The upper bedroom floors feature a master suite separate sitting area, large walk-in closet with custom built-ins, a dream bath with an over-sized soaking tub, double vanity, separate shower and water closet. The top floor is its own private retreat complete with bedroom, full bath & large sitting room. Tailor-made for the cooking enthusiast, the chef’s kitchen features a top notch appliance package with 48” Viking refrigerator, Kuppersbusch induction cooktop, built-in double wall oven and Bosch dishwasher, Dacor espresso maker, Viking wine refrigerator, Italian Zebra marble counters and walk-in pantry. A breakfast nook leads out to the large deck and yard for seamless indoor/outdoor entertaining. Other building features include; a handsome façade with distinctive mansard roof, hardwood floors, Lutron lighting, home automation/sound system, 2 zone CAC, 3 zone radiant heat & tremendous storage, A garden level office and large one bedroom apartment with private entrances, round out this spectacular home.
Katie Leede & Company Studio
Reclaimed metal panels create a textural focal point for the TV wall and a clever solution for hiding the TV.
Tai Ping Carpets
Designed by Ramy Fischler, featuring custom Tai Ping rugs
DC Interiors & Renovations
For the Parlor, we did a beautiful yellow; the color just glows with warmth; gray on the walls, green rug and red cabinetry makes this one of the most playful rooms I have ever done. We used red cabinetry for TV and office components. And placed them on the wall so the cats can climb up and around the room and red shelving on one wall for the cat walk and on the other cabinet with COM Fabric that have cut outs for the cats to go up and down and also storage.
Landis Architects / Builders
Removing one of the original kitchen walls created a much larger and more comfortable living room and allowed us to relocate the kitchen along the back of the house. The open floorplan is great for family living. We installed a dropped beam to support the load of the original wall. Introducing 3 faux beams creates a sense of unity for the enlarged living room ceiling. We replaced the small original kitchen window with a larger unit to match the two existing living room windows. The windows align with the bookcases and are highlighted with wall sconces above, create a pleasing symmetry along the wall. A flat screen TV mounted above the bookcases blends in as framed art. The fireplace refresh includes paint and new hearth tile in colors that echo the kitchen hues. Built-in cabinets replace the coat closet we removed. The door to the basement was removed to create a better connection.
A. Perry Homes
Overhead shot of family room and French doors leading to a patio