Custom storage and display cabinets for a small condo becomes a feature wall. It includes floor to ceiling white oak open bookshelves, a recess for a tv with sliding panel, an electric fireplace and display niches with accent lights.
The remodel of an existing upper floor turns an ordinary hallway into a feature wall by bringing in light and tactile qualities. By adding Fir wood slats to the main wall we brought in texture and color; the new upper windows open up the adjacent bathroom to natural light and the Raumplus frosted glass and aluminum frame sliding door provides a modern touch.
A wall of undulating Fir wood dowels each at a slightly different angle creates a visually beautiful screen in the front space of a local restaurant. The practical use for the screen is to hide the ceiling of the commercial kitchen from the dining area.
A curved bar made of Sorghum board creates an inviting first impression in this farm to table restaurant’s front space. The durable Paperstone countertop is made locally of recycled paper and non-petroleum resin. The concrete floor is ground and polished.
Photography: Ben Benschneider
This new bathroom dormer has the feel of a spa with abundant light and a palette of natural materials. It has a large walk-in shower with a view to the back garden and a feature wall of Fir wood boards. The choice of materials was deliberately kept to a minimum, such as Fir wood slats and cabinets, slate tile flooring, glass shower partition, and subway tile.
The kitchen remodel in this small apartment includes a wall of glass mosaic tile with Mahogany display niches that open to the adjacent space. A simple aluminum angle is used above the stove to feature spices.
This small modern kitchen in a 1920’s farmhouse is designed for maximum natural light and views. We used solid Mahogany cabinet fronts and stainless steel countertops along with Fir windows.