Friday, April 9, 2010

Architectural Details

When designing interiors, aside from examining the space, learning about the client’s taste, needs, and lifestyle, and before creating a furniture and lighting plan- adding architectural details to the space creates elegance, even in an empty room! I love trim work; it adds depth, texture, richness and sophistication to any space.

I would like to share with you some inspirational images... showcasing the collaboration between the architects and the interior designers. What do you think? Which one is your favorite? 

Designer John Saladino added a 2 -feet high cornice to control the size of the room, photography by Barbara & René Stoeltie

A simple chair rail helped divide the wall and add an extra touch to this living room which made it more inviting, designed by Sybil Colefax &John Fowler, Photography by Andreas Von Einsiedel

The intricate moulding with the marble floor make a grand statement in this Foyer, the space was designed by Suzanne Kasler, photography by William Waldron
Recessed panels add character to this living room, designer Michael Weiss, photography by Barbel Meibach

Beautiful architectural frame work were added to this small living room designed by Brian Juhos, photography by Tim Clinch
Chic staircase, designer Geoffrey Bradfield, photography by Durston Saylor
Simple clean lines of moulding were used by designer David Hicks which helped create color contrast and harmony with the living room

4 comments:

Things That Inspire said...

Beautiful pictures! I love how Saladino used the architectural detail to bring the room down in size, to prevent it from feeling too cavernous.

The architectural design in Suzanne Kasler space was by Bill Baker. They have worked together on many projects.

Picture of Elegance said...

Baker's work is amazing...very distinctive.

Greet said...

I love all the pictures you showed here! And the picture of the Saladino room is one of my favorite ever!!
I also love using a chair rail in a room! Always successful!
xx
Greet
ps Thank you so much for stopping by!!!

Picture of Elegance said...

Thank you Greet, it's always a pleasure visiting your blog...

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