This entryway features a custom designed front door,hand applied silver glitter ceiling, natural stone tile walls, and wallpapered niches. Interior Design by Carlene Zeches, Z Interior Decorations. Photography by Randall Perry Photography
This home was designed to block traffic noise from the nearby highway and provide ocean views from every room. The entry courtyard is enclosed by two wings which then unfold around the site.
The minimalist central living area has a 30' wide by 8' high sliding glass door that opens to a deck, with views of the ocean, extending the entire length of the house.
The home is built using glulam beams with corrugated metal siding and cement board on the exterior and radiant heated, polished concrete floors on the interior.
Photographer: Vern Minard
Elegant black and silver metallic newly-scaled damask wallpaper updates and creates the backdrop for drama in the Entry. The front doors were painted black, new marble floor tile installed and a contemporary version of a traditional style silver-leafed chandelier completed the stage for the mirrored, black and silver furnishings.
Photos by Michael Hunter
Our clients wanted to create a luxurious retreat suite. The suite includes a very large bedroom, a sitting room, and an entryway/foyer. With neutral colors and a few dramatic design elements we were able to create a relaxed classic style with a twist.
A compact entryway in downtown Brooklyn was in need of some love (and storage!). A geometric wallpaper was added to one wall to bring in some zing, with wooden coat hooks of multiple sizes at adult and kid levels. A small console table allows for additional storage within the space, and a stool provides a place to sit and change shoes.
Renovations to Georgian Home.
New marble floors in Black and White with a glimpse into the stunning new dining room with new herringbone wood floors and chandelier by Terzani, the crystal chandelier in the foyer was salvaged from its location in the existing dining room and re-envisioned. removing the crystal chains and lanterns, re-lamping and cutting down the stem, it is hard to even recognize.