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I am thrilled to be one of Luxe Magazine’s Hamptons 50. On newstands now, the game room I designed for my home in Montauk, NY is part of a lovely feature on how we disconnect “Out East.” I created the game room from a completely raw unfinished basement to give my three boys their own domain. Check out the before. It’s the same angle as the pool table shot. The game room is divided into three zones, all well used. The pool table is located in the center, with adjacent areas dedicated to movie watching and game playing. We also tucked in a daybed for overflow guests, but hilariously my oldest son claimed it immediately as his sleep space. Yup, my kid sleeps in the basement by choice! The egress window to the right of the bookcase in the first photo ushers in plenty of light. Many thanks to architect Paul Osmolskis for helping with that, and for moving all the necessary mechanicals. In a darker area of the basement, I created a hardworking laundry and utility room. I host plenty of summer guests in Montauk, so the double washers and dryers are exceedingly handy. I also included an extra sink, cabinet and refrigerator to handle overflow storage and prep. Many thanks to Jennifer Smith for including me in the article. I also want to thank Ellen McDermott for her lovely photographs and Anthony Santelli for styling my stuff, making everything look photoshoot pristine. Have a look at the full The post My Game Room in Luxe Magazine appeared first on Decor Arts Now.…Read More
It's #transformationtuesday, and here's my recent exterior paint color makeover in the Sylvan Park neighborhood of Nashville! What do you think about the changes? #thedecorologist #exteriorpaintcolors #colorexpert #sylvanpark #paintnashville #designhounds #designnashville #iheartcolorRead More
Ancient Rome and Byzantine Villa structures are revered for extravagant stone craftsmanship, detailed geometry and organic patterning. In the new Byzantium collection of marble mosaic tiles, Walker Zanger balances antique lavishness and modern geometry to pay homage to the intricate opulence of the Roman Era. “At Walker Zanger, we review and hand select each natural stone slab to ensure the finest quality, [...] The post Walker Zanger’s New Byzantium Tile Inspired by Imperial Byzantium, Rome appeared first on Tileometry.…Read More
Get the EXACT equation for the perfect light fixture size in any room here: #thedecorologist #lightfixture #protip #designhowto #designhounds #designnashvilleRead More
Alexandra has been teaching, writing, editing, and speaking about healthy, active living for over 30 years. Currently on staff in the exercise studies department at UC Santa Barbara (UCSB), she is also a travel photographer. With an advanced degree in systemic counseling, and years as a radio DJ in Santa Barbara County, Alexandra knows the power and joy of words.
Involved in all aspects of the furniture and interior design industry for 35 years now || Writer for the Hadley Court blog + contributor to Hadley Court posts on www.marthastewart.com || On Twitter as @tkpleslie || CEO, The Kaleidoscope Partnership, providing social media branding, PR and training for luxury interior designers and furniture brands || Volunteer, BofD, Bienenstock Furniture Library || National speaker
Owner of Laurel Bern Interiors and author of the interior design blog - laurel home.
The perfect cup of cappuccino...coming up! @jennairusa #jennairdesignerforum #chicago #designhoundsRead More
I was away all day and didn’t get to see this project almost finished. Gas lanterns and remote controlled fire pit. I designed it, @p__thoughton (who took the picture) and his team at Limbach’s built it. #landscapedesigner #patio #stone #gaslamps #ilovemyjob #designmatters #iamapld #apld #designhoundsRead More
River inspired wallpaper design by Calico Wallpaper . See the bespoke wallpaper on Modenus link in bio. #designhounds #WallpaperDesign #ModenusRead More
#Bathroom goals! #Mosaic #tiles make this #design incredibly #luxurious! Regrammed via @verandamag.Read More
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