82 Foto di ingressi e corridoi con pavimento verde
William Beauter and Jess Mullen-Carey
Immagine di un ingresso o corridoio minimalista con pavimento in cemento e pavimento verde
Design: Michelle Berwick
Photos: Larry Arnal
The entryway that started it all. The tile floor we fell in love with that was our jumping off point for the design. I loved working with you on this project; this home is so beautiful and each room fits perfectly. When working with a designer have the whole home in mind when working towards new designs. Color pallets are a great way to find the thread that brings it all together. I'd like to thank the homeowners of #ProjectEverson, they were amazing to work with and their townhouse is stunning and functional.
Mudroom and closet storage, stair to family room, door to rear garden, built-in bench with storage below, Heintzman Sanborn
Idee per un ingresso con anticamera chic con pareti bianche, pavimento in ardesia, una porta singola, una porta bianca e pavimento verde
A small seating nook at the start of the entry provides a nice spot to sit and wait.
Esempio di un piccolo ingresso o corridoio marinaro con pareti beige, pavimento con piastrelle in ceramica e pavimento verde
Ispirazione per un grande ingresso o corridoio minimalista con pareti nere, moquette e pavimento verde
Coastal Home, Original features
Foto di un ampio ingresso o corridoio al mare con pareti grigie, parquet scuro e pavimento verde
Foto di un piccolo ingresso con vestibolo tradizionale con pareti viola, pavimento in gres porcellanato, una porta a due ante, una porta bianca e pavimento verde
Esempio di un corridoio industriale con pareti multicolore, pavimento in cemento, una porta singola, una porta nera e pavimento verde
Entryway floor made of handmade Motawi tile from Ann Arbor, Michigan. Field tiles of various sizes and 4x12 mesh-mounted Mosaic Blend which can be custom colored. Main glaze color is Motawi's signature Lee Green.
Автор проекта архитектор Оксана Олейник,
Фото Сергей Моргунов,
Дизайнер по текстилю Вера Кузина,
Стилист Евгения Шуэр
Foto di un ingresso o corridoio boho chic di medie dimensioni con pareti verdi, pavimento verde e pavimento in legno verniciato
Esempio di un corridoio minimalista di medie dimensioni con pavimento in ardesia e pavimento verde
This very typical, 1947 built, story-and-a-half home in South Minneapolis had a small ‘U’ shaped kitchen adjacent to a similarly small dining room. These homeowners needed more space to prepare meals and store all the items needed in a modern kitchen. With a standard side entry access there was no more than a landing at the top of the basement stairs – no place to hang coats or even take off shoes!
Many years earlier, a small screened-in porch had been added off the dining room, but it was getting minimal use in our Minnesota climate.
With a new, spacious, family room addition in the place of the old screen porch and a 5’ expansion off the kitchen and side entry, along with removing the wall between the kitchen and the dining room, this home underwent a total transformation. What was once small cramped spaces is now a wide open great room containing kitchen, dining and family gathering spaces. As a bonus, a bright and functional mudroom was included to meet all their active family’s storage needs.
Natural light now flows throughout the space and Carrara marble accents in both the kitchen and around the fireplace tie the rooms together quite nicely! An ample amount of kitchen storage space was gained with Bayer Interior Woods cabinetry and stainless steel appliances are one of many modern conveniences this family can now enjoy daily. The flooring selection (Red Oak hardwood floors) will not only last for decades to come but also adds a warm feel to the whole home.
See full details (including before photos) on our website at http://www.castlebri.com/wholehouse/project-2408-1/
Designed by: Mark Benzell
Esempio di un ingresso o corridoio classico di medie dimensioni con pareti verdi, pavimento con piastrelle in ceramica e pavimento verde
Continuing on from past works at this beautiful and finely kept residence, Petro Builders was employed to install a glass-walled lift and bathroom extension. In a simultaneously bold and elegant design by Claire Stevens, the new work had to match in seamlessly with the existing house. This required the careful sourcing of matching stone tiles and strict attention to detail at both the design and construction stages of the project.
From as early as the demolition and set-out stages, careful foresight was required to work within the tight constraints of this project, with the new design and existing structure offering only very narrow tolerances. True to form, our site supervisor Stefan went above and beyond to execute the project.