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At the opposite end of the house, the soaking tub gets almost daily use.
In the living room, spare Scandinavian design takes center stage.
Tom’s compact bedroom feels much larger thanks to interlocking shelves and storage.
The formal lounge plays host to Angelucci’s collection of mid-century modern furniture.
Where possible, original details were preserved and worked into the final design.
In the bedroom, Tolomeo wall lamps from Artemide are mounted on both sides of the Astrid bed by Copeland.
One student bedroom features the second green accent wall.
“The third floor was a brilliant second or rather third conversation that D’Arcy sketched out in minutes,” Waddell says...
In the hall, the designer allowed the original details to resonate.
590BC got creative with lighting solutions for the space.
In the kitchen, glossy white MDF and quartz countertops allow for maximum light reflection, as do the white walls and...
At street level, the wooden garage door opens its toothed maw.
Living Area Bischoff’s team retained the exposed brick on the interior, painting much of it white to help the space...
A glass wall separates the master bathroom from the bedroom, a design movethe couple had seen in hotels.
A touch of nostalgia marks the upstairs home office, furnished with several vintage pieces: a teak Danish dresser, a...
Lyons and Brill designed several custom touches, like the copper-plated knobs they installed on the Sektion kitchen...
posted this pared-down bathroom with monochromatic matte fixtures by Chanee Vijay.
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