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“Wild Horse” stone from Colorado was used for the exteriors and the fireplace on the lakeside porch. - Photo: Emily Jenkins Followill / Design: Beth Webb / Architect: Peter Block

“Wild Horse” stone from Colorado was used for the exteriors and the fireplace on the lakeside porch. - Photo: Emily Jenkins Followill / Design: Beth Webb / Architect: Peter Block

Lancaster Whitewash (BM HC-174) for hall, living room and dining room

Color Monday… .Lancaster Whitewash!

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Adam Lippes' Eclectic New York Apartment Photos | Architectural Digest

Fashion Designer Adam Lippes’s Historic Duplex in New York

“The kitchen is all about the view,” says Kanning, who skipped upper cabinets to make the most of the panorama. The space is also the home’s most strident interpretation of contemporary design. Quarter-sawn oak cabinets are stained dark gray and topped by a Caesarstone countertop. A team at Highline Partners built the steel hood, which can be pushed up and out of the way when not in use.

Montana ranch home exuding rustic-modern style

“The kitchen is all about the view,” says Kanning, who skipped upper cabinets to make the most of the panorama. The space is also the home’s most strident interpretation of contemporary design. Quarter-sawn oak cabinets are stained dark gray and topped by a Caesarstone countertop. A team at Highline Partners built the steel hood, which can be pushed up and out of the way when not in use.

Reclaimed timber beams accent the barnlike common room at Lynn and Sir Evelyn de Rothschild’s Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts, home, which was built by Rivkin/Weisman Architects and decorated by Mark Cunningham; the landscape design is by Horiuchi Solien. Circa-1930 lanterns (one is pictured) from Ann-Morris hang from the ceiling, and an artwork by Callum Innes is mounted above the fireplace.

Sir Evelyn and Lady de Rothschild’s Country Style Martha’s Vineyard Home

Reclaimed timber beams accent the barnlike common room at Lynn and Sir Evelyn de Rothschild’s Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts, home, which was built by Rivkin/Weisman Architects and decorated by Mark Cunningham; the landscape design is by Horiuchi Solien. Circa-1930 lanterns (one is pictured) from Ann-Morris hang from the ceiling, and an artwork by Callum Innes is mounted above the fireplace.

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