WHITE BEDROOM with good view
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Blue + white kitchen perfection: White cabinets, blue tile, Norman Cherner stools, originally uploaded by xJavierx.
Interior designer Carl D'Aquino and architect Francine Monaco used a swath of blue glass tile ('Azure' by Glacier, available at Town & Country Flooring) in this seaside New Jersey kitchen. The walnut barstools are by Norman Cherner; the Cicatrice de Luxe chandelier is by Philippe Starck for Flos.
Using blue was a way of "making the house look really beachy without having lots of shells and coral and nautical things," said one of the owners.
The kitchen counters are made of Lavastone, a natural material with a nearly indestructible glaze (see pyrolave.com). The light blue color complements the much darker blue of the glass tile.
Viking stove; cabinets are from St. Charles Kitchens of New York, Inc. (stcharlesofnewyork.com); flooring is from tncflooring.com.
Photo by Peter Murdock, Metropolitan Home, July/August 2008.
Apr 26, 2010
Sky blue living room: Benjamin Moore 'Old Pickup Blue', originally uploaded by xJavierx.
The New York living room of Rayman Boozer, an interior designer and owner of the Manhattan shop Apartment 48. Walls are painted Old Pickup Blue by Benjamin Moore.
Photo by Timothy Kolk, Elle Decor.
Apr 25, 2010
Ideas for the bedroom: A wall of glass; a chinchilla throw, originally uploaded by xJavierx.
Love the wall of curving glass in this one-bedroom apartment in NoLIta. I also love the intrigue: is that a small dog/behemoth cat curled up on the bed, or a fleece-covered boudoir pillow?
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The book shelves in our new home library. The shelves are Billy from Ikea. Now I'm just looking for the right armchair and carpet... :)
Hard covers to the left. Paperback to the right. Cookbooks and non fiction in the middle.
Uploaded by Craft & Creativity on 17 May 09, 11.41AM PDT.
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One of my dream chair in my home :)
The Eames Lounge Chair and ottoman, correctly titled Eames Lounge (670) and Ottoman (671), were released in 1956 after years of development by designers Charles and Ray Eames for the Herman Miller furniture company.
It was the first chair the Eames designed for a high-end market. These furnishings are made of molded plywood and leather. Examples of these furnishings are part of the permanent collection of New York's Museum of Modern Art.
Apr 7, 2010
Dream home alert! This gorgeous Nantucket home was designed by Brooks & Falotico and Lynn Morgan Design, and was featured in Connecticut Cottages and Gardens.
Like me, the wife's favorite color is turquoise, so the color was used liberally throughout the home. We should all be so lucky! And talk about lucky, that Egyptian hand-blown glass chandelier like the one in Sarah Jessica Parker's Hamptons home. What a stunner!
POSTED BY ERIN