This view shows the close location between bench area and cabinet by the corridor off the great room that leads to the home’s impressive master suite, a very warm space with canopy bed made from iron. Both the corridor and the master bedroom are painted the same rich and warm shade of rust for good flow.
From the moment they enter this corridor, guests will find themselves speaking in hushed whispers. Two statues bearing the likeness of ancient Romans stand guard at the door, granting access only to those they deem worthy of entering the pool.
As seen on HGTV's Love It or List It Too, the primary challenge for Kevin & Celine's family home was maintaining a balance between the heritage of the house and incorporating a modern design. Designer Jillian Harris bridged the border between modern and historical by choosing a modern version of tile for the backsplash. The originally planned grey slate tiles were set aside with the discovery of the original fir floor boards. A large peninsula created as a gathering place for the family. A deep pantry to the right of the fridge was designed by having to close off a small corridor that was no longer to code.
As seen on HGTV's Love It or List It Too, the primary challenge for Kevin & Celine's family home was maintaining a balance between the heritage of the house and incorporating a modern design. Designer Jillian Harris bridged the border between modern and historical by choosing a modern version of tile for the backsplash, which is traditionally black and white. The Caesar Stone counter tops are a quartz composite. The cabinets were built to store Celine's many cooking pots.
This beautiful archway leads to a grand Italianate staircase and hallway. An iron lighting fixture and banister present an ornate style against the more simple surface of the interior walls. Arched walls continue in the upstairs hallway and on the first floor.
Once guests pass through the foyer and enter the home, they are greeted with a beautiful view of the elegant, modern living spaces as well as the view above the city. Neutral colored wall paint is used throughout the common spaces to pair seamlessly with the with the furnishings while providing a neutral background that makes the turquoise accents in the space really pop.
Maine’s Press Hotel is located in what was once the printing plant of the Portland Press Herald newspaper. The hotel maintains a connection to its journalistic roots in numerous ways. In guestroom corridors, actual headlines from the Press Herald were used to create newsprint-inspired wall coverings from Koroseal. The headline letters spill from the walls onto custom corridor carpeting from Innovative Carpets.
The home's layout was reorganized around this main corridor with sightlines that reach all the way across the main floor and out to sweeping ocean views. Walls are a fresh, bright white, adding to the airy feel.
Taking advantage of the long corridor, two separate living space are created. A chic, low sofa pairs with a leather ottoman, abstract art and a contemproary chandelier for an sophisticated resting spot, while the seating area next to the window is a cozy conversation place.
Located at 600 Goodale in downtown Columbus, Ohio this mid-rise apartment complex chose synthetic turf to create an attractive common space for its residents by installing a durable synthetic lawn that never requires mowing. The residents whose doors face the corridor especially appreciate this.