This kitchen features plenty of work and storage space in a very functional manner while creating a beautiful aesthetic with antique furnishings like the hand carved hutch from Indonesia. A glass beaded chandelier adds a delicate touch to the space and balances the more rustic nature of the hand carved hutch.
As seen on Genevieve's Renovation on HGTV. designer Genevieve Gorder created a tranquil master bedroom retreat. An ornate hand-carved wood bed from India and antique wood doors from Morocco add character to this light, airy space.
Directly off the great room, a spacious lanai offers extended living space for relaxing and entertaining next to the infinity pool and spa. The extraordinary level of hand-craftsmanship throughout the home is second to none. On the patio, strapping columns are full of hand-carved character.
The master bathroom looks especially grand with its hand-carved mirrors, elongated vanity with his-and-her sinks and bathtub defined by stone columns. A small, antique stool sits directly by the tub, giving the owners a spot for towels, books or a glass of wine.
The rosette pattern gives this hand-carved coffee table so much visual texture that you don't need to over-accessorize the top, which can save money. Terracotta Design Build used a natural element - antlers - on top of one coffee table book. The new mango wood coffee table cost less than $350.
The owner's affection for Moroccan details inspired custom laser-cut aluminum screens, hand-carved Spanish cedar doors and special finishes that are woven through the interior of SPG Architects’ Murray Hill Townhouse in New York City. These details capture the essence of the Moroccan influence while maintaining the modern visual and spatial language inherent in SPG's design.