This traditional stair blends fine details with simple design. The natural finish accentuates the true colour of the solid wood. The stairs’ open, saw tooth style stringers show the beautiful craftsmanship of the treads.
The placement of this dry cast sandstone statuary is prominent on steps and near vibrant containers. The Native American "Nakoma" sculptural figure was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and reproduced by Nichols Bros.
The waterfall bench connecting the makeup console and its supporting end embraces the idea of flowing water, much like that of Frank Lloyd Wright's famous Fallingwater house. Moreover, the wall-mounted faucets enhance the cascading effect of water.
Built on a design of Frank Lloyd Wright's that never came to fruition, this ultimate contemporary dream home brings '40s classic into the modern day with curved walls and rooms, 360 degree windows and of course a great view.
This Frank Lloyd Wright inspired house is framed by the organic landscape and The Kenneth Cobonpue Yoda Easy Chairs in Bright Red serve up both style and comfort. When evening falls, recessed lights illuminate the front steps and exterior.
This prairie home style, made famous by Frank Lloyd Wright, was designed to harmonize with the rolling hills of the Midwest farmlands. It is characterized by long roof lines, cantilevers and lots of windows. This example combines brick, wood and limestone.
The Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired architecture of the residence called for multiple-levels of focal points in design and creativity. The vision was to intermingle fire and water with multiple fire pits, waterfalls and fountains to produce a relaxing harmony between elements.
A Georgia garden incorporates designs and statues loved by the homeowners, including Pacific Northwest style in the form of conifers and sculptures, like the one to the right, which are reproductions of Frank Lloyd Wright pieces. The statue is a Nichols Bros. reproduction of Wright's "Midway Sprite" collection.
When adding sculpture to a garden, some homeowners and landscape designers select a pair of sculptures to make an impact. The Native American "Nakomis" cast sandstone statuary, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and reproduced by Nichols Bros., is facing its partner, "Nakoma," on the stairs of a Georgia home.
Established as a city in 1869, Highland Park, Ill., is home to a vibrant shopping district, the oldest outdoor music festival in the U.S., projects by architect Frank Lloyd Wright and this wonderfully preserved Victorian. With high-tech upgrades across the interior, the home blends history with modern comfort.
Inspired by the architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright and combined with subtle nods to airplane design, the front facade of HGTV Green Home 2011 serves up both style and comfort. When evening falls, recessed lights illuminate the front step. An aluminum lantern in a bronze finish adds a contemporary touch at the front entry.
Working from the architectural plans for a yet to be constructed new home, the designer allocated space for the bedroom, large walk-in closet, and also created the footprint for the en suite bathroom. Stacked wall storage units for paper products are arranged to mimic architect Frank Lloyd Wright’s stacked repetition detail. Flush shower ceiling tile and the wood ceiling alignment created an uninterrupted clean look.
Influences from architect Frank Lloyd Wright are seen in this powder room with the rhythmic play of the decorative vertical wood ladder detail, horizontal stacked bands of solid surface material and wood for the vanity. Additional warmth and interest were added with three stacked metal horizontal sconces. The vertical band of mirror visually expands the space, and the chrome faucet disappears into the mirror, creating a waterfall experience into the sculptural stone sink.