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Collection by Trey McCampbell

Ceilings

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In the dining area, chairs found in an antique store join a table the Wessels made from a piece of mesquite.
The floors are covered in two-foot square Nextra Piombo tiles by Monocibec.
One of the brownstone’s only remaining original features is the staircase.
A large skylight looms above a Duravit tub and a Runtal Radia towel warmer in the en suite bathroom.
“The house almost doesn’t exist, but serves as the subtle cloak between inhabitant and environment.”—Cynthia,...
The dining area features ebonized quarter-sawn oak cabinetry with travertine work surfaces.
An Alvar Aalto table is surrounded by a quartet of the designer’s Chair 65.
In the living area, a Ligne Roset sofa accompanies a vintage Adolf Loos coffee table.
Vandemoortele worked with designer Renaud de Poorter on the interior renovations, which included opening up the heavy...
The mezzanine daybed is set in a windowed nook within shelves recycled from a Lundia system.
The designers fabricated everything in the house, down to the quarter-sawn pine and macrocarpa-wood kitchen cabinetry...
A large kitchen island makes up for the lack of upper cabinet space and separates the kitchen from the living room.
With the help of Sarah Zames of General Assembly Design, Brian Crano and David Craig merged two apartments into one...
The cabinets are from Ikea, the range is by GE, and the Jenn-Air refrigerator is tucked unobtrusively into the pantry...
The 4,000-square-foot home previously contained a single bedroom, a egregious waste of space.
The Mexican river rocks that hardscape the outdoors continue in the interior hallway, which connects the bedroom and...
“We wanted a space for entertaining groups, and also ourselves, that felt open—almost like a loft,” says Peart of the...
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