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Handcrafted and polished for a master suite, this tub brings the allure of copper to your bathroom. The Britannia tub features a polished copper exterior finish and a polished nickel interior finish, becoming the center piece of your luxury en suite.
Colorful and luminous Beachglazz for kitchen and bath bring a new depth of color and superior durability for your most loved rooms. Offered in three thickness, bright, bold, or neutral colors, it is 100% recyclable and machines and seams beautifully.
Your Kitchen is gorgeous . . . Shouldn't your faucet be? Artisan faucets with incomparable detail. Truly works of art, these faucets have handcrafted handles, elegance of line, side sprays with mixed water temperature. No other faucets exist like these stellar centerpieces, with Silversmith details and four finishes. Traditional handles also available (FF6000a, PF6000a, FF7000a, PF7000a in four finishes). Franke Oceania sink (OXX110) with Franke integral shelf and custom shelf grid also featured.
At the center of Silhouette, is a globe or cylindrical diffuser in gloss opal glass hung from a black cord. The light source is surrounded by geometric, hand-worked iron framework, suspended by aircraft cables. Available in either gold or silver leaf in a variety of shapes.
Pulse’s entirely handcrafted and folded iron mesh screens fit together, creating a suspended element in fluid motion. The effect is a sculptural “ruffled” fixture – delicate yet substantial. At the heart of Pulse’s unique design are its clever light sources, casting a warm and radiant glow throughout the perforated layers.
Dignified and graceful design that captures the romance of yesteryear. Cast brass spout & valve Ceramic disc valve cartridge Adjustable hot limit safety stop Pressure balance cartridge maintains constant output temperature in response to changes in relative hot and cold supply pressures Integral diverter Concealed mounting hardware
Wholly encompassing modern geometric form, the Cube 2 widespread faucet features an architectural balance of cubic elements. The spout, possessing a 90-degree turn, and ADA compliant lever handles are supported by solid cube forms. Each component is machined from solid brass bar stock for durability and structure.
This series is made with a stainless steel clad over a polycarbonate base giving strength and durability. It comes in 10 different finishes.
Just 30" wide, the new Vinotemp Designer Series 300 Bottle Dual Zone Wine Cooler (launching at KBIS 2017) properly stores 300 bottles of wine in two temperatures zones –nearly doubling the storage capacity of other wine coolers available in the United States.
The Pretty Flower wallpaper has been designed with enchanted goodness. This one layered, yet intriguing silk screen print has a pearl effect binder enabling the purchaser to get enticed within Pretty Flower's design, and its wonderland of beautiful flowers.
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Growing up in small-town Ohio couldn't have prepared Lisa Kahn for a fast-paced career in the interior design field. However, the values she grew up with are the foundation for her success. With her honesty, integrity and down-to-earth approach, Lisa can't help but appeal to her clientele. Graduating with a degree in Interior Design and Housing from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, Lisa started her career as Corporate Interior Designer for Lutron Electronics in Pennsylvania. After a four-year stint in sales, marketing and in-house design work, she moved to Boca Raton, Florida where she worked for a local residential interior designer. In 1998 Lisa moved to Naples and took a position with London Bay Homes, a developer/builder doing interior design work for their clients. After winning local, regional and national awards for her first large project, Lisa started Kahn Design Group in the summer of 2000.
A transitional media room for family TV viewing in the Boston suburbs.
The inspiration for this project was grandiose, the library at Trinity College in Scotland. Our client worked on their Phd in this library. The challenge was to incorporate the feel and magnificence of the library into a modest cottage was impressive at best. The space we transformed is only 264 sq ft with 8' ceilings! We started by removing a window that had neither a view nor added to the natural lighting of the room. This wall became the main wall for books. The opposite wall features Corinthian columns, arched opening from the library to the living room and an entry builtin complete with a charging station for all their electronics! For furnishings, we had to accommodate both partners, he is 6'4" and she is 5'1". Custom furniture was designed to incorporate the client's love of colour (wine sofa, teal green ottoman, orange walls, and the new "antique" chair which brought all the colours together) and their divergent heights. The layout of the space works well for both of them to watch tv and behind the sofa is enough space for one of the owners (who is a professional writer) to use as a writing/research desk. During one of our earlier meetings with the cabinet maker and custom finisher, the cabinet maker suggested that the arched openings be made from slats of wood instead of plywood (plywood would not have been available in the 1700's), and that the finish would be done to replicate the use of tallow candles, which would result in the finish being darker near the ceiling. We incorporated custom-manufactured Volute scrolls, reused antiqued leaded glass doors in the media center, imported custom metal-grid work from England and Edgar Berebi Decorative Hardware.
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What an absolute pleasure to see a collaboration between two Modenus favorites: Sebastian Cox, we wrote about his work with coppiced hazel a few years ago, and Devol Kitchens, one of our all time favorite kitchen brands in the UK. The kitchen below is …
The designhounds are back and London bound for London Design Festival from September 19-24. The hounds will be visiting the city's top design shows including Decorex, Tent London and Focus/16 at Chelsea Harbour to name only a few. Like all Designhounds tours, the five …
Back by very popular demand, we will once again host the Modenus "Design Find" Instagram contest at AD Home Design Show next week. It's a great way to share your favorite finds with the world and you may find yourself packing for the amazing …
"We are thrilled to announce our upcoming BlogTour to KBIS, the Kitchen and Bath Industry Show in Orlando (#BlogTourKBIS) which will be our fifth tour to this most important trade event in the Kitchen & Bath industry. Why important? Simple. It is the one …
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