OK, OK that title was a little bit of click bait but part of me wishes it was true. The bathrooms in this new construction in Rye, NY by Crystal Sinclair Designs are so fabulous I almost wish there were 3 more to enjoy. To top it all off the white upon white kitchen with its contrasting black window trims and blonde wood floors is clean and contemporary with a classic twist.
Photography by Christian Torres
Dallas-based interior designer Shannon Bowers does it again with lots of muted tones and in this particular project, a touch of femininity with pinks and roses and a disparate collection of antique furnishings. Another A+ project.
There is something so incredibly peaceful and comforting about a home filled with white and pale wood. This 1970s structure underwent major renovations and the results leave you to believe the home has been around much longer than that. A very neutral colour palette and many European antiques are a welcome addition. I could not love this more. (And that antique stone sink in the kitchen! SWOON!) Designed by Shannon Bowers. Photos: Peter Vitale.
A perfect summer retreat. On a bucolic parcel of land in Chilmark, Sullivan + Associates and White Arrow transformed the town’s original post office into a contemporary Farmhouse. Our clients love to cook and entertain, so we designed their kitchen with a beautiful blue Lacanche oven, butternut and marble work surfaces, Waterworks fixtures, custom cabinetry to conceal top-of-the-line appliances, and a nearby stocked pantry. The home’s interiors take inspiration in the nearby ocean and farmland, with indigo-dyed canvas, warm textural linen, natural fibers, and leather.
I am forever a supporter of dark accents to an otherwise neutral colour scheme. It’s the drama that every home requires.
This home is small space living at its finest! Lovingly coined the “Venice Beach Shack”, this small house was originally a crumbling shack reimagined into a modern beach pad. These photos capture Phase 1 of construction that encompasses the interior reconfiguration and remodel of the kitchen, master bedroom, and bathroom in 550 SF. Phase 2 occured after additional permits to add 100 SF expansion connecting the house to the garage, along with the exterior upgrades and landscaping. This little minimal beach house is the ultimate in small space living. By Veneer Designs. Photos: Jessica Alexander