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Saturday, June 5, 2010

Kelly Wearstler Interior Design

Kelly Wearstler has re-imagined the visual landscape of a diverse array of award-winning interior design projects. Her work with hotels and resorts, offices, restaurants, retail boutiques and residences for a distinguished clientele is frequently featured in fashion, design, travel, lifestyle and business publications. A 20-person staff under Wearstler’s direction offers a wealth of interdisciplinary skills, drawing upon several areas of expertise: interior design and artistic direction; product, textile and furniture design; graphic design; luxury lifestyle and public relations and marketing. Each of these disciplines unites to form the unique identity of each project and inspire distinctive ideas throughout the studio. The Kelly Wearstler Studio brings a multi-layered approach to each of its projects, utilizing influences in fashion, art, technology, history and travel, while paying homage to timeless notions of sophistication. This is Doheny Estate and Brentwood Estate,residential projects interior design of Kelly Wearstler Doheny Estate

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Brentwood Estate

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Upper East Side Residence Interior Design

Upper East Side Residence Interior Design

Magdalena Keck has been creating commercial and residential interiors for nearly a decade. Keck’s streamlined designs have been published in Interior Design, VM+SD and Kitchen and Bath News. She has been featured among 40 established up and coming New York designers in the book Spectacular Homes of Metro New York, published in January 2008 by Panache Partners. Her clients include well known retailers such as Maclaren and Murray’s Cheese Shop. Keck’s current residential work includes high end homes in New York and Miami.

Upper East Side Residence Interior Design

Magdalena Keck looks for essence, taking the simple and making it special through imagination, details and finishes. With thoughtful questions and close observation, she guides clients to express their individuality and needs. Inspired by nature, art and technology, Keck’s signature approach combines immaculate craftsmanship and function to achieve a distinctive elegance through honest, clean and genuine design.

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Design Stack House Home

Design Stack House Home

This addition and renovation adaptively re-uses a one-storey industrial building to become an artist’s home, complete with studio and gallery. The project uses modest means to pursue an ambitious agenda of environmental sustainability, and to create living spaces which are lofty yet intimate

Design Stack House Home

The design opens up the existing roof in the middle of the building with a soaring 12m ceiling and generous clerestory windows which flood the previously dark interior with natural light. Carefully calculated angles allow the south-facing windows to provide complete shading during the heat of summer but allow for solar heat gain during the colder winter months. The triple-height open living space acts as a thermal chimney for natural ventilation.

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Within, the original concrete floor and white painted gallery-style walls are maintained. A “ribbon” of wood, including douglas fir timber which was salvaged from the existing structure, is drawn up the staircase and through the triple-height open living space to the second floor rooms and the clerestory window above. A high-efficiency wood burning stove is incorporated with an anthracite-painted volume of cabinetry which houses books, computer equipment, firewood, and a built-in cocktail bar. The four new roofs are each planted with indigenous plant species providing accessible gardens for the owners, and the many ecological benefits of green roofs.

New Bartlit Residence

New Bartlit Residence

Mature stands of ponderosa pine, scrub oak, and native grasses amongst the granite outcroppings form the natural ecology of the site. The design is a series of low granite walls threaded into the hill forming the base of the house. Superimposed on this granite base are light exposed steel and glass “pavilions” whose copper roofs tilt to catch the sun and views. A sod roof “meadow” covers the guest rooms and further merges the house with the natural landscape.

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Daylesford Home Interior

Daylesford Home Interior

The Daylesford home of graphic designer Jessie Fairweather – The kitchen is designed around some reclaimed science benches from Melbourne Uni, and Ikea! The floors are black cement. All Photos by Roma Samuel, originally published in Green Magazine.

Daylesford Home Interior

This is the incredible new home of super talented Melbourne designer Jessie Fairweather. How GREAT is it? I am so totally jealous. You might remember Jessie’s business – The Foundry, and her brilliant papergoods range, Measure, which I blogged a long time ago? Jessie has had an insanely busy couple of years launching her business, building her new home, and then moving both her home and her business to Daylesford, about an hour and half from central Melbourne. And you know what else, Jessie did all this on her own!? Amazingness. I am totally inspired! Jessie bought her little block of land in Daylesford a few years ago whilst still living and working in Melbourne. After a few years of thinking and planning how she might build an affordable, sustainable home on her little block, Jessie engaged local builder Mat Boyle of Pumphouse Design to realise her vision. Mat’s previous residential work appealed to Jessie, as did his focus on sustainable building methods, and his use of mainly reclaimed materials. The home was designed based on a studio shed Mat had previously built in Castlemaine – essentially a 10 x 10 metre corrugated iron studio with high ceilings, exposed reclaimed trusses, and cement floor. She added a studio on the side, and kept most of the living/kitchen space open. The house has just 1 bedroom, bathroom, and separate toilet and laundry.

Daylesford Home Interior

Jessie moved her life and her business to Daylesford a couple of days before Christmas in 2008. During the process of designing and building her beautiful, sustainable home, Jessie completely fell in love with the area, and she says can no longer imagine living anywhere else! (Neither would I!). It was such a huge, brave move for a single lady with a fledgling design business… and personally I am just so in awe of Jessie’s incredible drive to make it work!

Daylesford Home Interior

Jessie says her neighbours in Daylesford have been so incredibly welcoming… she loves the community spirit – and the rosellas, cockatoos and kangaroos who visit her backyard daily! Oh, and ps – since making her big move, Jessie has met her lovely man, who just happens to work in Breakfast & Beer – Jessie’s favourite café in Daylesford! Now that’s a success story. NICE work!

Home and Garden Design | Tips for Utilizing Trellises and Arbors in Your Garden

Denver, Colo. (PRWEB) -- Landscaping elements can enhance the style of your home and also serve as a smart investment. A recent study by Michigan State University shows that a good landscape design can add 6 percent to 12 percent to the base value of a home.
"Choose your garden structures wisely," said Wayne Lewis, president and head designer of GI Designs. "Make sure that the trellises, arbors and gazebos you buy now, not only fit your landscape design, they also should fulfill the future needs of your plantings."
"Study the entire landscape before you begin your project," said Lewis. "This helps to ensure harmony and flow."
Lewis knows about metal garden accessories. Through GI Designs he has provided sculptures, arbors, tripods and the entryway to the Children's Garden in the Denver Botanic Gardens, arbors for the Frederik Meijer Gardens and Sculpture Park in Grand Rapids, Mich., and tuteurs to the Chicago Botanic Garden.
"Garden structures like arbors or trellises must complement your home's exterior and landscape design as well as fit the growth requirements of the vines or plants you are planning to use," said Greg Isabel, vice president and founding partner of GI Designs.
Keep your plant materials in mind when choosing landscape elements. Many arbors and gazebos simply aren't strong enough to support the weight and abuse that a mature wisteria or grape vine can bring, said Isabel. Structures that look great the first year or so after planting are later overwhelmed by the heavy, woody vines.
"It's a shame that a favorite plant may have to be severely cut back or even removed because the gardener didn't plan ahead and pick the right trellis or arbor to fit the future needs of the plant," said Isabel.
"Think of your garden structures like furniture," said Isabel. "Spend a little more on the big pieces to guarantee many years of enjoyment. Then spend less on accessories such as garden stakes and yard art to easily update the look of your garden."
Isabel recommends selecting metal garden structures that are easy to assemble, yet have strong welds and a substantial feel to the supports and cross-members.
When deciding on an arbor, look for one that serves more than one purpose. Some newer arbor designs feature integrated side planter boxes for easy planting and can be placed on decks or patios without having to be permanently mounted, as well as used in the landscape.
Combining a garden trellis with a planter box is one of the new trends in products for landscape design. Some units feature casters to allow easy movement around the porch or patio. Hotels and restaurants can use these planters and their trellis screens to separate parties and areas, or create a temporary wall and move it back as the party grows.
"Few items of home or garden decor are as versatile as this all-in-one planter and trellis. Use indoors or out for large house plants or climbing, flowering vines," said Isabel. "You can also utilize arbors with integrated side planter boxes for easy planting on decks, patios or in the landscaping."

Thursday, June 3, 2010

Eco-friendly Living room ideas by interior Designer Linda Woodrum

Eco-friendly Living room ideas by interior Designer Linda Woodrum
Nowadays, keeps sustainably in every ways has become important things, including in designing home interiors. This is A strong, clean and eco-friendly design aesthetic excellence the green Living Room, where crisp white walls and a coffered ceiling play well with bold furnishings and accessories. Transom windows drench the Living Room with natural light, reducing the need for artificial light during daytime. A gas fireplace provides additional warmth on cold winter days. The granite-surrounded and stone fireplace, fashioned from reclaimed New England fieldstone, lends storybook charm to the edgy, modern cottage space. Furnishings, upholstered in green and durable weatherproof fabrics, play up the home’s vibrant color palette. “The room is painted bright white,” says interior designer Linda Woodrum. “It could be very cold, but because of all the millwork it’s a warm cozy room.” A clear glass vase filled with vase gems adds a hint of shine, while mercury-glass demijohns lend a gritty texture and work back to metallic surfaces in the room.
Modern artwork purchased in Provincetown, Mass, serves as the focal point in the living space. interior designer Linda Woodrum says: “Stone is a powerful element because it’s heavy, bold and massive, We needed to find a piece that worked to hold the eye and not let the stone dominate.” The Cabinet doors, set on a concealed hinge system, recess to reveal a Viera 42-inch HD LCD Energy Star-rated television and Blu-Ray high-definition DVD player. A custom alcove above the television displays a vintage boat model, purchased in Plymouth and customized to fit the 4-foot-wide space. An installation of colored Lucite makes an impression as one ascends the stairs. The modern-art piece, discovered at a gallery along Boston’s Newbury Street, pulls in the home’s color palette. “It was the most exciting find ever,” says interior designer Linda Woodrum. A bookshelf, custom-crafted by MacKenzie Brothers to camouflage a return air grill, houses a collection of curios, books and pottery.

Minimalist Small flat Interior design in Forest Hill

Minimalist Small flat Interior design in Forest Hill
Situated in a quiet area moments from the amenities of Forest Hill, these three bedroomed Apartment for rented is offering a quality living area and smart fixtures and fittings. This Flat features a minimalist interior comprises bright and spacious reception room with cast-iron fireplace; well equipped eat-in-kitchen with stainless steel sink, chrome mixer tap over, wall-mounted storage units, natural stone worktops, integrated washing machine and dishwasher; three good-sized bedrooms with Romantic arrangement; and smart bathroom with linoleum floor and ceiling lighting. The choice of Wooden floor, makes this apartment more naturaly and sustainably.

New Ensanche Flat Interior design by Miel Architects in Barcelona

New Ensanche Flat Interior design by Miel Architects in Barcelona
This is new interior design results from Ensanche Flat renovations by Miel Architects in Barcelona, Spain. Perfect Renovations of the flat SANTPERE47, which is the typical Barcelona’s Ensanche flat of the end of the 19th century. SANTPERE47 flat dissolves the structure of walls through new physical and visual connections. The re-arrangement of the former spaces of the flat gives place to visual unexpected whose origin always is the principal room that does the times of “room of control”.Two golden guides re-follow the bodies that slip on both sides of the diagonal, two technical guides that support the wired up, lighting, guides of doors and a sliding stairs. These golden lines establish a horizontal division in the flat: up to 2,20 m it flows the living space and above the given space floats, with another scale organizes mezzanines of storage, bottle racks, the entry of zenithal light in the bath or a polyvalent room.

Eclectic mix Interior of extraordinary Georgian house in Portsea Place

Eclectic mix Interior of extraordinary Georgian house in Portsea Place
Set over 3 floors, this extraordinary Georgian house interior is decorated in an eclectic mix of antique and contemporary style. The interior features an stylish curving stairwell lined with old paintings, nooks and crannies and a small library of antique leather bound books. Painted mostly chocolate brown and exuding an air of shabby chic, this classic artistic style house providing an absolute passion for its residents. Wonderfully positioned in Portsea Place, this Contemporary house has well located close to the facilities of Edgware Road and is within good distance of the comprehensive amenities of Oxford Street and the surrounding area.

The Contemporary white Boathouse Interior design in Middlesex

The Contemporary white Boathouse Interior design in Middlesex
This New England style house is situated on the river Thames in Middlesex, Fabuolous location set stunning souroundings, near direct train lines, around 40 minutes from Waterloo, 15 minute car journey from Heathrow airport. Named boathouse, this Contemporary house was features stunning interior style, with all the rooms are painted white, some have white tongue and groove panelling, whilst others are clapper boarding. The variety of floor surfaces include white painted floor boards, limed reclaimed floorboards, tiles and pale neutral carpet. The furniture has a range of styles from White New England / Costal to Shabby chic. The garden is a lawned area which borders the river Thames and has wooden jetties/ decks overlooking the river.

Modern furniture and contemporary Interior Design

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A variety of dining chairs are available today in the market to adorn your dining room. But choosing the right dining chairs for the right ambience and right mood may be a difficult task. But the Lauren Dining Chair is a dining chair that can fit into any dining room like a glove. The attractive high back dining chair is built around a simple design that stresses on comfort and style.
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This luxury Collection is designed to rock your living space with trendy, beautiful designs and modular functionality. Our seating collection offers everything you'd hope for from a chair. Human-centered comfort is a given; fun colors and great textiles make it even more about you. From stackable, wipe-able convenience to pure comfort treats for your bottom and back. For bar lounges in particular we have bar and counter stools that would woe your senses. Pick from counter stools without back rests to bar stools with leather padding. Explore color options with the Boss line of bar and counter stools. These counter stools are chic and lend style in an instant.
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Seating is a tricky facet of the decor of each and every single space, be it seating, home office desk chairs, or bedroom chaise lounge. It is required to provide comfort, style, and complement the surrounding decor. Modern restaurant seating complements the ambience and mood of the dining experience, just as it does with dining room chairs in the comfort of your home. Spacify offers an elegant collection of modern dining room chairs, home theater seating furniture, metal bar and metal counter stools, chaise lounge chairs, arm chairs, office desk chairs, and more. Whether you're looking for a bedroom chaise lounge or office furniture chair, bar and counter stools or dining room chairs, you can't run out of options at Spacify. Get the latest designs from Spacify for Modern & Contemporary Seating Furniture.

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Shopping for home theater furniture can be very exciting and daunting at the same time. Home theater needs functional, comfortable yet clean and elegant decor. Modern furniture and contemporary furniture offers clutter free ideas for family room furniture and home décor. Seating and home entertainment center are two important furniture components for any family room. We recommend leather sofas for durability and chaise lounge chair for relaxation. Lounge chairs for home theater seating can also be used as an accent piece in the family room. If you want to be daring, choose the lounge chair in bright color. See our complete selection of home theater seating for comfort and modern style.
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Ultra Modern House Interior on Australia Gold Coast

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This is ultra modern house is located in the suburb of Paradise Point Gold Coast Australia. This house looks like the interior of the large shopping center, but this is really home. You can see the style of a wide mirror of a modern and form with geometric elements of the outer housing, with high ceilings, simple lines and lots of natural light flooding every corner. Regarding functions, the house is all in its four bedrooms, four bathrooms and six parking. This house is currently for sale with a $3.9-million price, with most of the furniture and artwork included

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Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Modern Interior decorating Ideas

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Living Room Decorating Ideas

If you've decided to decorate your living room in a classic or traditional style, this second part of our two part series will provide you with some wonderful tips and ideas...


Elegance and comfort are essential elements of the classic style living room. Choose a boxy-shaped sofa with comfortable, soft cushions covered in a longwearing woven stripe or damask. Team it with a selection of different seating styles, covered in toning but different fabrics. This looks more natural than a matching suite, and you can pick up bargains to revamp. A chesterfield or chaise longue adds an authentic touch.

Glass-fronted cupboards are perfect for displaying favorite china or old books. Chests and trunks with upholstered tops - or draped with a shawl or throw - provide a useful surface, and hidden storage space, too. Modern items such as the TV and stereo are best tucked away in built-in storage systems.

Look for small decorative tables to hold lamps and collections of silver-framed photos; or buy inexpensive particleboard tables and disguise them with matching floor-length circular cloths trimmed with deep fringing.

Create a soft, atmospheric glow with careful lighting. If you have a central chandelier, fit a dimmer switch so you can create a candle-like glimmer. Wall lights, table lamps, and floor lamps, or candles set around the room, create pools of warm light. Large Chinese-style vases in blue and white or green provide good lampbases; wood stained to a mahogany or ebony finish on brass bases are also ideal. Fit them with a simple parchment or pleated silk shade.

Large, gilt-framed landscapes or portraits look suitably imposing, together with a large framed mirror over the fireplace. Architectural engravings or botanical prints in narrow black frames add a sophisticated touch. Hang them in groups, perhaps linked with a picture bow or stick-on, printed classical swags and borders.

Choose ornaments carefully, avoiding a cluttered look; a single big plaster bust - some museums sell copies of original antiquities - placed on a side table or in the hearth, has real impact. Symmetry is an important element - matching stylized china dogs or cats either side of the hearth is a typical classic look; or place matching china figurines on the mantelpiece.


Small touches can create the impression of graceful living that typifies classic style. Flowers are always important; create a big, splashy formal display of greenery and twigs, and supplement it with fresh flowers in season. Place bowls of scented dried flower heads or potpourri on tables for a drift of perfumed air.

Handworked items, such as tapestry cushions, old silver, and leather-bound books, create a sense of the past. Group objects together carefully to complement each other.


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