Friday, July 26, 2013

Outdoor Details

This cottage is fresh.  Just check the setting/view above.  I sometimes feel like the wraparound porch can take away from the main house but with such a kickass setting you really can't go wrong here.  It comes across a little simplistic but they do transform the vibe with the barrel roof on the porch.  I also like the way the tight lines in the railing and roof play off of one another.  And finally to top it off, the rustic qualities of the stone work that seamlessly tie the patio to the wall and steps.

via remodelista

Thursday, July 25, 2013

The Dog Stair

This is just out of control and totally hilarious.  A full on custom built set of stairs just for the dogs.  The designers killed it here incorporating the 2 sets side by side and tying all of the interior lines together.  The shapes and patterns from structure and furniture all play off one another.  The best part, in my opinion, is the handrail.  Safety first for the pooch.  You can also check this post over at Fred Flare.

via archdaily

Monday, July 8, 2013

PR Class of 2013

A nice little honor coming off the holiday weekend.  Thanks so much to my sweet sis, Cristie, for the love and for putting together an amazing nomination letter and getting it out to Professional Remodeler mag.  You can check it out here.

Sunday, July 7, 2013

The Sheep Cottage

A guest quarters/sheep shearers cottage with modern lines, rustic industrial finishes and crazy scenic views.  This place is hot.  Handcrafted details throughout from the metal shelving to the wood clad interior walls.

The volume is fresh and well showcased with geometric design.

via contemporist and archdaily

Wednesday, June 19, 2013

The Long Library

A ton of books and limited space?  No problem here.  This long hall/corridor was quickly converted into a library with a few rows of shelving and a bench.  It ties in well with the badass, 100 year old mosaic flooring too.  Also a genius little design idea with the desk lamps on the ceiling.  A creative touch to providing directional lighting in the space.  This post also ran here.

via dezeen

Friday, June 7, 2013


This is how you do keyless.  Check it.  August is the company putting this out later in the year.  It's pretty fresh.

via Core77

Thursday, June 6, 2013

Kitchen Basic

A classic NYC loft space that presents a ton of possibilities for this kitchen.  I like the minimalistic approach in layout and cabinetry (or lack of).  It's not flashy at all but it works.  The vintage green farm sink sets it all off.  Basic yet still flows with texture.

via homedsgn
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