Orange Living Room Design Photos
In the case of the Ivy Lane residence, the al fresco lifestyle defines the design, with a sun-drenched private courtyard and swimming pool demanding regular outdoor entertainment. By turning its back to the street and welcoming northern views, this courtyard-centred home invites guests to experience an exciting new version of its physical location. A social lifestyle is also reflected through the interior living spaces, led by the sunken lounge, complete with polished concrete finishes and custom-designed seating. The kitchen, additional living areas and bedroom wings then open onto the central courtyard space, completing a sanctuary of sheltered, social living.
Builder: Ellen Grasso and Sons LLC
Modular meets modern, enhanced by the Modern Linear fireplace's panoramic view
Jenni Leasia Interior Design
This new riverfront townhouse is on three levels. The interiors blend clean contemporary elements with traditional cottage architecture. It is luxurious, yet very relaxed. The Weiland sliding door is fully recessed in the wall on the left. The fireplace stone is called Hudson Ledgestone by NSVI. The cabinets are custom. The cabinet on the left has articulated doors that slide out and around the back to reveal the tv. It is a beautiful solution to the hide/show tv dilemma that goes on in many households! The wall paint is a custom mix of a Benjamin Moore color, Glacial Till, AF-390. The trim paint is Benjamin Moore, Floral White, OC-29. Project by Portland interior design studio Jenni Leasia Interior Design. Also serving Lake Oswego, West Linn, Vancouver, Sherwood, Camas, Oregon City, Beaverton, and the whole of Greater Portland. For more about Jenni Leasia Interior Design, click here: https://www.jennileasiadesign.com/ To learn more about this project, click here: https://www.jennileasiadesign.com/lakeoswegoriverfront
Peninsula Building Materials
Going up the Victorian front stair you enter Unit B at the second floor which opens to a flexible living space - previously there was no interior stair access to all floors so part of the task was to create a stairway that joined three floors together - so a sleek new stair tower was added. Photo Credit: John Sutton Photography
The Ackerman-Dater House was built in 1745 and is the recipient of the prestigious State of New Jersey Historic Preservation Award. Ensuing years had taken their toll on the house and major intervention was needed when the owners engaged Morpurgo Architects to restore their home. Our collaboration has protected and preserved this house, perpetuating its continued use. Today, the Ackerman-Dater House is a historic residence that incorporates various contextual building periods, each in harmony with the original, producing a cohesive whole. With the sensitively-placed addition of a new wing, compatible with the style of the existing architecture, we enhanced the Ackerman-Dater House and ensured that it would meet the functional needs of a family living in current times. Preservation of the Ackerman-Dater House maintains the character and history of our mutual past, benefiting the entire community. For our exceptional restoration, client, contractor and Morpurgo Architects were presented with the NJ State and the Bergen County Historic Preservation Awards.
Adeeni Design Group
Minta Bell Design Group
Minta Bell puts to rest the rumor that she exclusively designs layers of calming neutral tones. 2014 brought client requests for lively, yet sophisticated rooms. Watching Minta put together the fabrics and materials of this space was like watching an impressionist layer on pigments with brush and palette knife. Sometimes the tones are thick and strong an other times fine and delicate. Each form, texture and color was considered and reconsidered until just the right balance was achieved. The Pierre Frey Embroidered Linen Carriacou fabric provided the color palette. The Thayer Coggin Design Classic lounge chairs and Brueton coffee tables are contemporary yet timeless.
Bakken Design Build
Looking from the living room to the south facing wood and glass doors that lead to the terrace.
Heather Garrett Design
Photo by John Bessler
Vista del soggiorno dalla sala da pranzo. Vista del volume della scala, realizzata in legno. Arredi su misura che caratterizzano anche l'ambiente del soggiorno. Falegnameria di IGOR LECCESE. Illuminazione FLOS. Pavimento realizzato in marmo CEPPO DI GRE. Arredi su misura realizzati in ROVERE; nicchia e mensole finitura LACCATA.