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Rumpus - Freedom by Metricon Delta, on display in Strathfieldsaye VIC.
Summit Signature Homes, Inc.
A custom home builder in Chicago's western suburbs, Summit Signature Homes, ushers in a new era of residential construction. With an eye on superb design and value, industry-leading practices and superior customer service, Summit stands alone. Custom-built homes in Clarendon Hills, Hinsdale, Western Springs, and other western suburbs.
This 6,500-square-foot one-story vacation home overlooks a golf course with the San Jacinto mountain range beyond. The house has a light-colored material palette—limestone floors, bleached teak ceilings—and ample access to outdoor living areas. Builder: Bradshaw Construction Architect: Marmol Radziner Interior Design: Sophie Harvey Landscape: Madderlake Designs Photography: Roger Davies
Hudson + Bloum Design
Photography: Stacy Zarin Goldberg
Million Dollar Listing’s celebrity broker Ryan Serhant reached out to Decor Aid to stage a luxurious Brooklyn condo development. The only caveat was that our interior designers had 48 hours to come up with the design, concept, and source all the furniture. Always up for a challenge, we partnered with Mitchell Gold & Bob Williams to create this contemporary gem. Staying true to their contemporary vision, our interior decorators sourced all pieces through MGBW. Starting in the living room, we placed the Gunner Sofa, a piece that offers clean-lined living. The thin arms and slanted profile emphasize the modern elegance of the home. Through the use of various contemporary patterns and textures we were able to avoid the one-dimensional ambiance, and instead, the apartment’s living room feels detailed and thought out, without making anyone who enters overcrowded with home decor. The Melrose cocktail table was sourced for its sleek, stainless steel and glass design that contrasts with more substantial pieces in the space, while also complementing the contemporary style. The glass design gives the illusion that this table takes up less space, giving the living room design a light and airy feel all around. The living space transformed into something out of a decor catalog with just the right amount of personality, creating a room that follows through with our starting design, yet functional for everyday use. After the living room area, we set our eyes on designing the master bedroom. Our interior decorators were immediately drawn to the Celina Floating Rail Bed, it’s opulent nailhead trim, and dramatic design brings fresh sophistication to the bedroom design, while also standing out as a timeless piece that can complement various trends or styles that might be added later on to the bedroom decoration. We sourced the Roland Table Lamp to add texture, with its elaborate ribbed design, that compliments the air of masculinity the Carmen Leather Ottoman add while contrasting with the light, sleeker pieces. This difference in weight left us with a bedroom decoration that lives up to the trending modern standards, yet a space that is timeless and stylish no matter the decor trends. Once we finished and the project was completed, our senior designers took a step back and took in all of their hard labor. Decor Aid was able to make this newly built blank space and design it into a modern wonder small brooklyn apartment. The MGBW furnishings were all hand-picked to keep an even balance of complementing and contrasting contemporary pieces, which was one of our more critical apartment decorating ideas. The apartment home decor brings to life this modern concept in a way that isn’t overbearing and shows off their style making the space in every sense an accurate reflection of a chic contemporary style.
dSPACE Studio Ltd, AIA
Photo Credit: Aaron Leitz
Sharif & Munir Custom Homes, Inc.
Ernesto Garcia Interior Design, LLC
Interior Designer Scottsdale, AZ - Southwest Contemporary
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Hills & Grant
Photo: Lisa Petrole
Weaver Design Group
The living room has, for the most part, a neutral pallet with bright orange and red accent colors to add interest and variation to the space. A Phillip Jeffries wallpaper creates a textural canvas for the showcased art. Custom chairs are upholstered in a combination of cashmere and hair-on-hide. Left: Abstract by Robert Kelly Right: Photograph by Danielle Nelson Mourning. Photographer: Christoper Stark
Robb & Stucky
The rug in this living room loft mimics the rolling waves of the Gulf Coast waters.
Skenbild Produktion, Fotograf Ingemar Edfalk
The Main Stay House exists as a straightforward proposal on an urban infill lot, paring down the components of a house to a minimal amount of planes and openings. The scheme is anchored by a modern entry sequence and a staircase volume, both clad in iron spot masonry externally and internally, creating thresholds between the respective realms of public, common and private, by minimal means. The masonry contrasts with an otherwise muted interior atmosphere of smooth, desaturated surfaces. The entry sequence is a twist upon the conventional domestic front door, front facade, and fence. The front masonry wall replaces the typical residential fence and frames an indirect access to the front door, functioning as a privacy barrier while revealing slices of the interior to the public street. The staircase bifurcates the layout to provide a clear division between the common and private zones of the house, while clearly reading as a mass from all outside view. Brick and glass become portals between common and private zones. The design consolidates the service core along the west façade, allowing the structure to fully open the living zone to the pool court and existing trees. This directly connects interior and exterior, as well as human and nature. Freedom to vary the program or functional use of the area is enabled and strongly encouraged. Photography: Charles Davis Smith
Wolf Custom Homes Ltd.
From the built in stone bench on the statement fireplace to beautifully milled built in entertainment unit, this space calls to all members of the family to sit back, relax, and share time together. A powerful contrast between the coffered ceiling and pale wood floor is echoed in the different shades of color in the stone fireplace. Photo credit: Mike Heywood
Design by Misha
Clients wanted to capture their love of wine, entertaining, and great design, and ended up with a floating glass catwalk leading to built-in customized wine racks. Including built-in drawer banks covered in wine boxes, engineered stone veneer covering wall, custom chandelier in kitchen with recycled concrete counter tops and custom hood and cabinets. Rich Baum Photography
Having been neglected for nearly 50 years, this home was rescued by new owners who sought to restore the home to its original grandeur. Prominently located on the rocky shoreline, its presence welcomes all who enter into Marblehead from the Boston area. The exterior respects tradition; the interior combines tradition with a sparse respect for proportion, scale and unadorned beauty of space and light. This project was featured in Design New England Magazine. http://bit.ly/SVResurrection Photo Credit: Eric Roth
Dan Nelson, Designs Northwest Architects
View of living area looking towards staircase. Photography by Ian Gleadle.