Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Kitchen Scale

A cozier kitchen that's done just right.  It's a small space to begin with and I like how they don't try to jamb a huge island in there and overpower the vibe.  The rolling island, love it or hate it, works perfect here.  Roll it close to the sink, lock the wheels and it's a great place for additional prep.  The little hidden gem here, however, is the scale over the sink.  A vintage design element they're using to hold dish towels.

Tuesday, October 23, 2012


Check this massive, creative statement.  How fresh is this?  I love a good entry feature and the designers at Matharoo Associates did not disappoint here.  They're calling it the Curtain Door as it mimics that flow upon entry.

40 sections of Burma teak delicately carved and stacked between the concrete walls.  A bad ass composition showcasing movement, textures and patterns.
You can also check this post at Fred Flare.

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Monday, October 15, 2012

Green Tile

An interior using green subway tiles and putting out two different vibes.  A strong, dark subway tile in the kitchen warms the space along with the texture and pattern in the chevron flooring.

The foyer does not have green subway tile but I just thought it was kind of kick ass so I threw it in.  A classy feel with the details in the moldings and the vintage hanging fixture and rose colored side lights.
A lighter, fresher side in the bath using the tiles as an accent piece

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Sunday, October 14, 2012

Cloud House

The cloud house.  The architects answer when asked by the client to respect the existing facade and character of the surrounding neighborhood.
And so they did just that.  A traditional style on the front half that starts to ramp up a little with the fresh, floral pattern carpet.
A subtle way to lead you to where the "cloud" addition begins.  The red kitchen.  The transitional piece to the addition.  The gathering place.  A vibrant, wide open space designed for entertaining and showing off the creative design.

You can also check this over at Fred Flare.

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Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Greek Kitchen

Once again another killer example of modern meeting rustic.  This kitchen is part of a badass renovation of a historic home on the island of Hydra in Greece.  Timeless original craftsmanship throughout really sets the tone here from the exposed rugged stone walls to the warmth of the wood ceiling.  On the modern side you have the sleek, smooth look of the custom molded base cabinetry and cubbies.  The highlight that I feel really transforms and marks the contrast in styles is the glass floor.  A genius little idea that looks down into the food storage space.

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Monday, October 1, 2012

Wood Bath

The all wood bath.  A super clean look here where modern meets rustic.  An open vibe that's very relaxing and simplistic.  The walls are clad in weathered cedar and the floor is an ipe wood decking that continues right outside to the private deck off the shower.
An outdoor feel to the shower that's brought right inside.
The design allows for a ton of natural light which shows off the very cool contrast in the two wood species.
via Remodelista

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