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  • Industrial Barstools - Transitional - kitchen - Brandon Architects
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    Huge u-shaped kitchen with weathered oak marble topped kitchen island. Black countertops run the perimeter of the kitchen paired with a white subway tiled backsplash. The ceiling height white cabinetry pairs with a stainless steel double oven with warming drawer. To the right of the double oven stands the range with white corbel support oven hood. To the right of the range stands a built-in stainless steel refrigerator. The kitchen island features a large undermount sink with traditional style faucet. Six iron counter height stools line the islands edge. From the coffered tray ceiling over the kitchen hangs a pair of large polished nickel pendants shining down on the island. To the right of the island a small nook with l-shaped banquette and table offers a cozy breakfast spot. A large iron and glass lantern hangs over the breakfast nook. French pink floors complete this gorgeous kitchen.
  • A Modern and Industrial Renovation Dwell Magazine
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    Inspired by San Franciso's Universal Café and its "elegant austerity," Sergio and Suzanne Feld set out to renovate their cramped and dark kitchen in their 1905 flat. Suzanne contacted Larissa Sands of Sands Architects (the team behind the café's design) for help. The result of their design is a wonderfully modern, clean and industrial kitchen.
  • 25 Glass Shower Doors for a Truly Modern Bath
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    Designing a home can be a difficult task in itself, not just for those who are not trained specifically for the job, but also for architects and designers
  • AUCTION 01.30.14 Santa Monica, California
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    About the Property Welcome to The Oasis. This 12,500-square-foot Santa Monica Canyon architectural compound with artistic and sophisticated retreat-like flourishes is set in a verdant and thriving garden of succulents, cascading water features and fire elements. Enjoy two complimenting houses harmoniously framing a central pool, spa and courtyard — perfect for graciously entertaining family and friends — minutes from the azure waves, private beach clubs and eclectic nightlife of Santa Monica. Breathe Recently completed, this Santa Monica Canyon architectural compound offers an ideal location, only a five-minute walk to the beach and close proximity to Beverly Hills. Designed by Malibu-based architect Christopher R. Sorensen, renowned for his fusion of dramatic form, tempered by tranquil accents. Encompassing two houses with a total of 12,500+/- square feet, eight bedrooms, 13 bathrooms, three steam rooms, a 950-bottle wine cellar and five-car garage — and floor-to-ceiling glass walls that provide garden views from almost every part of the compound — welcome to luxury living at its finest. Energize An enchanting pathway leads to an entryway with ar tistic glass flooring that flows into an iconic formal dining space showcasing stunning floor-to-ceiling glass doors leading to the pool and tranquil fountain areas. Most of the wood in the home, including flooring, doors, cabinets and shelving, is over 500-years-old recycled teak. Enjoy expansive, light-filled interiors with cathedral ceilings and sky view windows. The main appointed chef’s kitchen situated near the pool offers swim-up seating with see-through glass floor. Sliding glass doors open into the incredible pool and bring a fresh breeze while you cook. Relax The expansive great room has a suspended ceiling, fireplace and double doors that lead to the backyard. A floating staircase leads to an upper-level master suite. In total, the compound offers eight en-suite bedrooms, including five master suites, offering features such as fireplaces, custom built-ins and over-sized glass windows with serene views. The suites include spa-like features such as steam rooms, one-of-a-kind large stone sink-tubs, multi-head showers with body jets and generously-proportioned walk-in closets. Gather Multiple decks accessible throughout the compound are detailed with modern accents surrounded by lush landscaping, with both homes sharing a state-of-the-art courtyard, pool and spa. Host The second house features spacious living and a teak wood ceiling throughout. A delightful, bright dining area is surrounded by charming views of the backyard. Enjoy the home’s deluxe, chef’s kitchen with modern appliances and a bar-style island complete with custom cabinetry. Complete with four luxurious suites, including three master suites, host guests at their own private retreat. About Santa Monica Welcome to the Saint-Tropez of Southern California: Santa Monica. This 8-mile walkable city offers more than its beach and its phenomenal weather. By day, sink your toes into miles of sandy beaches, with a number of exclusive clubs — The Beach Club, The Jonathan Club and The Bel-Aire Bay Club. Enjoy a wide variety of sports and fitness activities, year-round family events and dining to please even the most discerning palate. Or, head to Ocean Avenue, with iconic Palisades Park spanning Santa Monica Bay. This upscale shopping, dining and entertainment center offers ritzy rooftop bars with killer views and some of the best restaurants and hotels in the world minutes from your new home at West Channel — The Fairmont Miramar, Shutters on the Beach, The Huntley Hotel and Hotel Casa del Mar and fine dining options such as Ivy at the Shore, Giorgio Baldi and Nobu. Coined as “Silicon Beach”, Santa Monica has more recently become a hot bed for the tech-savvy, with a host of Internet technology-related startup companies calling the city home. WEST CHANNEL ESTATE FEATURES Santa Monica canyon, steps from the beach 3 parcels (19,500+/-sf) 2 homes (8,000+/-sf on 2 parcels and 4,500+/-sf on 1 parcel) 5-car garage with buil
  • Paint Color Portfolio Pale Green Kitchens Apartment Therapy
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    Seafoam, mint, pastel, sage. While there are definitely variations in these shades of green, they all hail from the lighter end of the spectrum, and are on the more muted side of the green family. I've always viewed colors from this palette as working mainly in a traditional, country or beachy setting — but the first image is proof that these colors can be right at home in a modern kitchen.

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