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The owners requested easy living space, bright colors and lots of light: exactly the opposite of the existing design scheme. Using orange, grays and whites in various textured fabrics and area rugs with bold pops keeps the space open and inviting, and perfect for the clients who hail from the south.
Homeowners from London wanted to update this unique home steps from Vail Village. The house felt dark and not representative of the couple’s sophisticated tastes. The living space is very large and they needed to create more intimate spaces to promote togetherness for their family of four. Incorporating the high ceiling, wall of windows with… Read more »
When these clients bought their five-story c.1875 townhome in Boston’s Back Bay, it was a welcomed change. The couple, along with their two children, had lived in a Boston suburb for almost 20 years but were ready to move into the city. When this historic property came on the market, they knew that this would… Read more »
La Quinta, CA
Slifer Designs took a very dated house on the golf course and infused a certain level of taste and sophistication without going overboard. The clients still wanted a very family friendly environment. It started out as a ‘change a few things,’ and ended up being a full gut, renovation.
The client purchased this home after construction was complete, and wanted to meld the rustic feel with a contemporary design, achieved with blending with modern furniture. Additionally, the home had to be comfortable for a large family of both adults and children. The overall color scheme is clean and monochromatic with grays, white, creams and… Read more »
The house has a beautiful soft palette – lighter woods and stones than a typical mountain home, which was refreshing. Since this house is on four levels, it was challenging to keep the flow working. The views are amazing in each room, we made sure not to detract from the view but to enhance it… Read more »
To Create a modern ,open and bright space while keeping style and integrity of a Tudor revival home. Picked finishes, light fixtures and furnishings that were still in keeping with a Tudor home but with a more current feel and function.
Initially this was to be a primary home, but half-way through the project, the owners moved and this home became their vacation home. Hence, there was a “switching gears” of designing for a primary home to a vacation home. There was also a challenge to use their art collection to determine the color pallet. This was a challenge, because the design team was using photos as opposed to seeing the art in person.
New construction. The owner’s had owned the property next door for over 10 years. The property next door became available so they purchased that to build the main house. Then they built a new structure on their old lot that is now the guest property.
The home has a welcoming entry: gazing from the front door, through an impressive stone fireplace through the living room and onto the mountains beyond.
In a pretty dramatic shift from the Fillers’ former home, which was much more mountain cabin in design and feel, the new home took a much more modern approach with organic/rustic elements. The family wanted to retain some of that “log cabin,” living in the mountains comfort within the framework of a much more clean and modern look.
Boca Raton, FL
The house is positioned perfectly on a “peninsula” shaped lot to maximize the waterfront on 3 sides of the house. The incorporation of huge glass expanses and indoor/ outdoor space help define the client’s design intent of an “island-ey”, comfortable, modern home with a touch of “glam!”. We used white with bright color, rock crystal, glass, and organic forms and luxurious materials to create this environment for our client.