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Tuesday
Jun302015

A Brooklyn row house

I seem to be finding lots of incredible renovations in New York lately. This Cobble Hill (Brooklyn) row house is a total dream, having undergone a serious makeover by architect Lorraine Bonaventura. Never mind how glorious this entire structure is, LOOK AT THOSE ORIGINAL WOOD FLOORS!!! YES!!! This row house for a busy family in Cobble Hill underwent a complete transformation over two years. Every system and surface was replaced, the structure stabilized and reinforced. The house was altered from a four family to a two family residence, a triplex with two terraces and a two bedroom apartment below. The clients are both designers and participated in design decisions throughout the process. Wherever possible, we used original materials: flooring, stair balusters and newel posts, supplementing them with vintage fixtures and antique mantels. These vintage materials contrast with an open, clean and modern space. (Photos: Houzz)

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Thursday
Jun252015

Serene

Quiet probably the most serene guest room I have ever seen. Yes I know it may not be practical. It is, after all, a room from a showhouse but it is beautiful. I can imagine it as a day room for lounging or reading, taking a coffee, reclining opposite a confident guiltily sharing tasty tidbits of gossip in hushed tones. Just tuck the bedlinen away in that lovely lacquer cabinet. Lake Forest Showhouse Guest Suite byMichael Del Piero.

Tuesday
Jun232015

Anne Decker Architects

"Located in the Edgemoor neighborhood in Bethesda, Maryland, this new home draws influence from the Bauhaus movement. Clean crisp spaces with oversized steel doors and windows pull the outside in to create spaces filled with light and warmth."

A modern classic by Anne Decker Architects.

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Wednesday
Jun102015

Amanda Masters - a Hollywood Hills bungalow

I have one more project by Amanda Masters to share today. Again, with an all white backdrop, but this time it is much more subdued with some glamorous features added in for sophistication, and industrial touches to keep the vibe casual. Again, it is ON.  

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Wednesday
Jun102015

Amanda Masters - a bright beach house

This beach house designed by Amanda Masters is EVERYTHING. Dear gawd I love this. The all white backdrop makes all of the fun and rustic vintage pieces the focus, and bold textiles with lots of pattern pop. It is bohemian chic at its finest. 

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