Creating Your Architectural Style by George D. Hopkins, Jr. is the ultimate resource to planning and designing your dream home. This beautifully photographed book guides readers from the initial concept to the finishing touches. From “Where do I begin?” to “What is the difference between Greek Revival and Dutch Colonial?”, the author explores the relationship between the architectural style and the floor plan of the home, as well as the roles and responsibility of the architect, engineer, interior designer, landscape architect, and general contractor.
This contemporary Petal Lounge Chair with an ottoman by Zuo Modern has multiple layered cushions and a velour microfiber seat and back with solid steel chrome frame with a swivel. It’s available in red and black.
Whether you want an entrance door for your modern dream home or a solid wood door for an ancient castle, the master craftsmen at Scottsdale Art Factory build all doors using the identical methods and materials of the historical period of antique door design conception. These handcrafted doors made of solid exotic timber are guaranteed to last forever.
The Outline kitchen series by Pedini combines stylish European kitchen design with functionality. The special wood front with thin aluminum striping has a lacquered front with a series of evenly spaced horizontal grooves carved into the surface. A matching handle with a fine chrome outline completes the concept.
This modern house in Dionysos, Greece by Greek architect Nikos Koukourakis has large windows with clean-cut lines that allow natural light to travel throughout the house.
There are certain designs and colour palettes that never go out of fashion. Classic Contemporary? This may be the best way to describe the elegant and timeless look by Gerald Tolomeo.
Tolomeo juxtaposes simple colours with something more decorative and dramatic. A neutral beige or white background with a touch of green and blue creates a classic and ageless room for those who just want simple elegance.