Hallway Design Ideas with Porcelain Floors
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The Site Foreman
In a long thin terrace, this is one way of letting light into the centre of an otherwise dark part of the home
FORM - Design Studio
Angie Keyes CKBD
This Condo was in sad shape. The clients bought and knew it was going to need a over hall. We opened the kitchen to the living, dining, and lanai. Removed doors that were not needed in the hall to give the space a more open feeling as you move though the condo. The bathroom were gutted and re - invented to storage galore. All the while keeping in the coastal style the clients desired. Navy was the accent color we used throughout the condo. This new look is the clients to a tee.
AGA & Fired Earth Danmark
These Spanish made porcelain tiles have a definite Moorish influence in both their shape and colour lending them a feel of the exotic east. In stunning shades and two sizes they can create rooms of subtle beauty or more drama; the red is one of the prettiest hues we've seen on tile in this colour palette before.
Автор проекта: Ведран Бркич Фотограф: Красюк Сергей
Hollywood glamour entry
Art tiles are suitable for the wall and floor and will withstand heavy traffic areas such as hallways and kitchens. The striking designs will make a real statement in your home, whether it’s a small area or on the whole floor. Mix and match colours and patterns, or repeat one pattern. The choice is yours! To make a feature area of your floor, use brightly coloured patterned floor tiles in one particular area to create a rug effect. This looks particularly striking just inside the front door, or underneath a dining table. You could also use patterned border tiles to frame a larger section of simpler tiles to give interest. This is a Special Order Tile: This means that you have to order full boxes (of 25 tiles, which is 1 metre squared) and because they are ordered especially for you, delivery will be a little longer than usual. Usually 2-3 weeks.
Suzanne Nichols Design Group, Inc.
This long hallway that leads from the entry of the home features a barrel ceiling that is treated with a glass beaded wallpaper. The wet bar at the end of the stairs is treated with a stacked stone and floating shelves.
Celeste Lewis Architecture
Lower level office Sally Painter, photographer
My House Design/Build/Team
Nestled into the trees, the simple forms of this home seem one with nature. Designed to collect rainwater and exhaust the home’s warm air in the summer, the double-incline roof is defined by exposed beams of beautiful Douglas fir. The Original plan was designed with a growing family in mind, but also works well for this client’s destination location and entertaining guests. The 3 bedroom, 3 bath home features en suite bedrooms on both floors. In the great room, an operable wall of glass opens the house onto a shaded deck, with spectacular views of Center Bay on Gambier Island. Above - the peninsula sitting area is the perfect tree-fort getaway, for conversation and relaxing. Open to the fireplace below and the trees beyond, it is an ideal go-away place to inspire and be inspired.
Amanda Neilson Interiors
Gregory Davies Photography
The Cabinetshop of South Florida
laser-cut room divider, in antique white lacquer satin finish, with sea fan inspired lattice to divide lanai from living room. quintessential coastal vibe. allowed a sofa to cover an un-used walkway, and provide storage on lanai side
Anatoly Patrick Architecture
Hallway into the contemporary living/dining area added to the rear of the original terrace house. Sympathetic to the historic fabric, but with sleek, modern lines. Glass ceiling adds natural light. Classical black and white tiles and black and white theme help connect the heritage and modern. Greenery softens the effect. Glass doors and bricks at rear visually connect rear patio to living.
nOtch lifestyle + design pte ltd (singapore)
Zen’s minimalism is often misconstrued in Singapore as “lesser works involved”. In fact, the key to Zen is to ensure sufficient and strategically placed storage space for owners, while maximising the feel of spaciousness. This ensures that the entire space will not be clouded by clutter. For this project, nOtch kept the key Zen elements of balance, harmony and relaxation, while incorporating fengshui elements, in a modern finishing. A key fengshui element is the flowing stream ceiling design, which directs all auspicious Qi from the main entrance into the heart of the home, and gathering them in the ponds. This project was selected by myPaper生活 》家居to be a half-paged feature on their weekly interior design advise column. Photos by: Watson Lau (Wats Behind The Lens Pte Ltd)
DKOR Interiors Inc.- Interior Designers Miami, FL
Miami Interior Designers - Residential Interior Design Project in Aventura, FL. A classic Mediterranean home turns Transitional and Contemporary by DKOR Interiors. Photo: Alexia Fodere Interior Design by Miami and Ft. Lauderdale Interior Designers, DKOR Interiors. www.dkorinteriors.com