- by blogadmin
- in dyA process getting it built
- posted October 5, 2016
This post comprises of a series of materials that juxtapose each other, yet mate seamlessly through strategic placement, form, and decoration.
Living Room: Fireplace hearth of black slate, wrapped in bleached white oak wood flooring. The fireplace enclosure formed of Eramosa Marble wrapped in blackened steel.
Living Room: coffee table is a statement piece. 3/4″ thick Carrara Marble slab resting on Wenge Veneer base, a pale green rug from Tai Ping to contrast the cold stone.
Kitchen: Carrara Marble counter wrapped around both short ends of the island, turning the corner with a mitered edge and a 2″ fascia.
Banquet: Built in seating and table constructed from walnut with formica table top and recessed detailing.
Banquet: Bench corner where walnut bench meets pollack fabric backing
Kitchen: Black Caesarstone counter returns up backsplash forming a niche at the wall.
Formal Built in: Custom millwork, framed with casing, and painted to match the wall color.
Formal Built in: Floating shelves, painted to match the walls, mounted in front of a mirrored surface.
Casual Built in: Library space with custom white shelves and custom designed Zebrawood Veneer dividers.
Finishes: Custom built in high gloss teak bench. The flooring is a travertine with basalt inlay.
Bath Niche: Grey porcelain tile folds into niche, edges lined with clean metal strips. Floating glass shelves fixed on the center of the tiles.