Tumble Creek Cabin by Coates Design Architects

Tumble Creek Cabin by Coates Design Architects

Repeat clients Ed and Joanne Ellis first hired Coates Design Architects for their home and primary residence on Bainbridge Island — the first LEED Platinum residence in Washington. They worked again with Coates Design, which brought the same modern and sustainable design sensibilities to this vacation home intended to be a legacy piece for their Continue Reading

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Nordic Kitchen Design Inspiration

Consider these kitchens by Norema, a Norwegian designer and manufacturer of kitchen cabinetry. Any theme comes magically. Rustic designs appear fresh and inviting, especially when accentuated with abundant cabinet space. Retro designs like mid-century Modernism are clean and efficient. Traditional contemporary designs using this modular cabinetry seems timeless. That’s part of what gives this designer Continue Reading

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Minimalist Jirsa Loft Interior Design by Substance Architecture
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Minimalist Jirsa Loft Interior Design by Substance Architecture

Jirsa Loft designed apartment in downtown Des Moines, Iowa from fabric architecture. The client is a single doctor who loved city life, as well as the arts. The apartment is a stylish minimalist consists of bedroom, living and dining area, kitchen, media, work space, master bathroom, guest toilet, kitchen, laundry, guest room and powder. Residential Continue Reading

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Raffinati Store with Unique Interior by Blazys Gerard
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Raffinati Store with Unique Interior by Blazys Gerard

This is a unique interior design, boutique, designed by Alexandre Blazys and Benoit Gerard with a very minimalist style. Located in Montreal, Canada, may be inspiring boutique for those who have their boutiques and clothing products is displayed. This is a unique concept in the package, which connects the Avangate horizontal linking major regions in Continue Reading

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Kids Study Room Furniture

Let kids know their work is top priority. Define their space, experiment with colors and pack it up with their essentials. Giving a space where they can spend maximum time, doing homework or simply brain storming is an invaluable gift. Here are several fresh ideas on designing teenage rooms of any type and shape. It Continue Reading

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