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Residential Interiors Group

The view of this condo was expanded with the use of mirrors.  A soffit with crown molding was created to center the chandelier.  The ceiling color around the soffit was painted a very soft blue to incorporate the feel of the ocean beyond.

Architectural Moldings, Details & Built-in Furniture

Architectural features and details are critical and play several important roles in defining the character of a home.

Residential Interiors Group uses architectural moldings and soffits to define and accentuate a homes’ interior.

Built-ins are equally important for delineating the style, purpose and function of a space.  Audio visual, storage, electrical and lighting requirements can be beautifully accomplished with stylish built-in furniture.

Soffits and niches with recessed lighting provide an additional component to elevate beyond the expected.

Simple built-in architectural detailing includedsreceessed space for plasma television, cableing and entertainment equipment.  Doors are push-touch panels.  Niches allow for accessories and additional storage.

Stone custom fireplace mantle and hearth architecture was added to create texture and blend seamlessly with stone custom cocktail table details

Stone wall and ebony wood panel details tuck nicely above built-in lower cabinets.

Architectual shelving offers display and storage options increasing the vision size of this den.

Beautiful entertainment unit is placed to allow television watching with room for a game table at the far end of the Family Room.

Upholstered, tufted panels add a architectural focal point transitioning from the Family Room to the Nook.

Design Tip…

When decorating your home use unexpected, distinctive focal points to trigger positive emotional reponses from your family and guests.  The use of color, fabrics, shapes, built-in furniture and lighting can be tools for creating memorable interiors.

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