Iconic by Kaitlyn Wolfe
Spaces Designed, Interior Design Studio, LLC
“We could never have envisioned what could be” – Steiner Ranch Homeowner and Client It is an especially fulfilling Project for an Interior Designer when the outcome exceeds Client expectations, and imagination. This remodeling project required instilling modern sensibilities, openness, styles and textures into a dated house that was past its prime. Strategically, the goal was to tear down where it made sense without doing a complete teardown. Starting with the soul of the home, the kitchen, we expanded out room by room to create a cohesiveness and flow that invites, supports and provides the warmth and relaxation that only a home can. In the Kitchen, we started by removing the wooden beams and adding bright recessed lighting. We removed the old limestone accent wall and moved the sink and cooktop from the island on to the countertop – the key goal was to create room for the family to gather around the kitchen. We replaced all appliances with modern Energy Star ones, along with adding a wine rack. The first order of business for the Living Room was to brighten it up by adding more lighting and replacing an unused section with a glass door to the backyard. Multi-section windows were replaced with large no-split glass overlooking the backyard. Once more, the limestone accent was removed to create a clean, modern look. Replacing the dated wooden staircase with the clean lines of a metal, wire and wooded staircase added interest and freshness. An odd bend in the staircase was removed to clean things up. The Master Bedroom went from what looked like a motel room with green carpet and cheap blinds to an oasis of luxury and charm. A section of the wraparound doors were closed off to increase privacy, accentuate the best view from the bedroom and to add usable space. Artwork, rug, contemporary bed and other accent pieces brought together the seamless look across the home. The Master Bathroom remodel started by replacing the standard windows with a single glass pane that enhanced the view of the outdoors. The dated shower was replaced by a walk-in shower and soaking tub to create the ultimate at-home spa experience. Lighted LED mirrors frame His & Hers sinks and bathe them in a soft light. The flooring was upgraded throughout the house to reflect the contemporary color scheme. Each of the smaller bedrooms were similarly upgraded to match the clean and modern décor of the rest of the house. After such a transformation inside, it was only appropriate that the exterior needed an upgrade as well. All of the legacy limestone accents were replaced by stucco and the color scheme extended from the interior of the house to the gorgeous wrap around balconies, trim, garage doors etc. to complete the inside outside transformation.
Bilotta Kitchen and Home
Despite its diamond-mullioned exterior, this stately home’s interior takes a more light-hearted approach to design. The Dove White inset cabinetry is classic, with recessed panel doors, a deep bevel inside profile and a matching hood. Streamlined brass cup pulls and knobs are timeless. Departing from the ubiquitous crown molding is a square top trim. The layout supplies plenty of function: a paneled refrigerator; prep sink on the island; built-in microwave and second oven; built-in coffee maker; and a paneled wine refrigerator. Contrast is provided by the countertops and backsplash: honed black Jet Mist granite on the perimeter and a statement-making island top of exuberantly-patterned Arabescato Corchia Italian marble. Flooring pays homage to terrazzo floors popular in the 70’s: “Geotzzo” tiles of inlaid gray and Bianco Dolomite marble. Field tiles in the breakfast area and cooking zone perimeter are a mix of small chips; feature tiles under the island have modern rectangular Bianco Dolomite shapes. Enameled metal pendants and maple stools and dining chairs add a mid-century Scandinavian touch. The turquoise on the table base is a delightful surprise. An adjacent pantry has tall storage, cozy window seats, a playful petal table, colorful upholstered ottomans and a whimsical “balloon animal” stool. This kitchen was done in collaboration with Daniel Heighes Wismer and Greg Dufner of Dufner Heighes and Sarah Witkin of Bilotta Architecture. It is the personal kitchen of the CEO of Sandow Media, Erica Holborn. Click here to read the article on her home featured in Interior Designer Magazine. Photographer: John Ellis Description written by Paulette Gambacorta adapted for Houzz.
Purple Cherry Architects
Habitations Residential Design Group
Natalia Avalos Interiors LLC
r. brad knipstein photography
ブリスベンにあるお手頃価格の中くらいなビーチスタイルのおしゃれな玄関ホール (白い壁、無垢フローリング、グレーの床) の写真
Vanguard Studio Inc.
パリにあるお手頃価格の中くらいなコンテンポラリースタイルのおしゃれな玄関ロビー (赤い壁、無垢フローリング、赤いドア、茶色い床) の写真
Wolstenholme Associates, LLC
Next Level Remodeling
Paper Moon Painting
Designer Maria Beck of M.E. Designs expertly combines fun wallpaper patterns and sophisticated colors in this lovely Alamo Heights home. Entry foyer Paper Moon Painting wallpaper installation using Galbraith and Paul Lotus wallpaper
Allard + Roberts Interior Design, Inc
Interiors by Biku
Fresh Space Design LLC
With a busy family of four, the rear entry in this home was overworked and cramped. We widened the space, improved the storage, and designed a slip-in "catch all" cabinet that keeps chaos hidden. Off white cabinetry and a crisp white quartz countertop gives the entry an open, airy feel. The stunning, walnut veneered cabinetry and matching walnut hardware connect with the kitchen and compliment the lovely oak floor. The configuration of the mid-century style entry door echoes the mudroom shelves and adds a period touch.
Jeux de couleurs pour une entrée vitaminée ! Séparation entrée / séjour par un claustra sur mesure en bois avec rangement chaussures côté entrée.