Wide range of colors and textures
The great design has many different forms. But the eye-catching creativity is reserved for some special talents.
How else would you make such an eclectic and elaborate House? So one is this from today’s article.
Owner of the House are Alissa Martin, owner of a company for shoes and clothes and Jeb Jungwirth, a psychologist.
The pair has worked together a year at moss architects and Botero Development. As a result, they were able to remodel their fold, two bedroom area quite modern.
Wall painting in bright colors with hunting motifs
The new design was marked by the Moroccan-style design of Martins and Jungwirth tendons after reading and Kollektivieren. Ultimately, the room was marked by the exposed brick wall, the beams, and the vivid wall paintings. The patterned wallpaper and the blankets were still striking.
Robust, long table with plain chairs in working grey
Martin lives in Pittsburgh for 11 years. Alissa Martin came here with the help of college friend. Then she opened her own store for shoes and clothes.
Martin bought the tiles for the newly designed wooden floors from a Polish Dance Club. Here, she’s found great original patina covering and the unique variations in the colors.
Many Ragdoll ALB saviors and vintage pendant lamp
The House had to be virtually burned out after many years without a holder.
We had furniture in blue here original wooden beams, simple white tiles, open shelves, IKEA – they remained as a part of the new design
Martins have spent much time in the search for surfaces for the kitchen. More investment went into the kitchen. They have donated more there, because they viewed it as a permanent investment.
The walls are decorated with stylized flowers and animals lovingly
Quite simply in the hallway with many artistic objects
In the picture you see also Milo, the 13-year-old Boxer
He sits relaxed before the bookcases made of reclaimed wood. They are Wade Caruso Woodworking a work of the company.
The living room is a project that now be developed. Here, a few obsolete tapes were housed. You are the part of a set of Martin’s favorite film “The Perks of Being a Wallflower”.
Here you can abandon yourself and relax in the great retro Chair
The bedroom was installed on the top floor.
The original floor oak here was leased, sanded and covered with polyurethane foam
In the bathroom you will find imported, hand-painted Moroccan ceramics of UK designer Dominic Crinson
Recycled wood framed door and the master bedroom. Sky lights lend a modern touch to the exposed ceiling.
Jungwirth creates most of their creative work in the common work area
On the second floor, a bed and breakfast located in bold colors
The bathroom on the second floor was equipped with white tiles.
The floor shows tantalizing ceramic tiles of the designer Dominic Crinson
How do you find this House with their own hands of the two designers crafted? Your home expresses your individuality as well or can you work a little bit?
If the second is the case rather, we wish you lots of fun!