Stedila Design, Inc., founded in 1973, is a full-service design firm whose credo is about creating spaces for real people that reflect their needs. This signature style applies to how they work with all of their clients, whether a residential, commercial or hospitality project. Their design sensibility in the residential field translates seamlessly into their commercial and hospitality designs, giving each a unique and intimate quality. The firm, founded by John Stedila is also lead by partner Tim Button. Their complementary backgrounds in interior design and architecture give a holistic approach to their projects, which often include repeat clientele. All the head designers are always hands-on, giving direct principal attention to every design and client. The firm, a collaborator on the first LEED Platinum condominium in the U.S., works effortlessly with top architects, builders and artisans, always bringing an educated and honed eye to all their design projects. SDI's work has been published widely in books and magazines and has been included in House Beautiful magazine's "Top 100 Designers."
This spectacular example of 19th century home restoration, presented by The DMD Group, just goes to show that older structures don’t have to look dated. Multiple elements of this 19th century home were kept intact and perfectly preserved to maintain a decidedly sophisticated mood. An outdoor stone health placed on the other side of the indoor […]
Meet an apartment that brings in the old with the new. The original light wood flooring has been restored and kept intact, going perfectly with the brick wall that lines the living room and kitchen. The wood chairs, desk and tables seem at ease in this laid back and effortlessly designed environment. Many light fixtures […]
Typically, dorm style living is seen as a last resort for students of all nations. A private home was gutted and completely renovated, giving one lucky student access to a place where private studying and small gathers are looked upon favorably. This dorm is very similar to studio apartments, in terms of structure. The living area […]
In Zelenograd, designers Polina and Alexandra Fedorova embarked on an interior design project that is being showcased here. This example of apartment interior design leaves much to the imagination. The space is basked in shades of black, brown and grey. Accents and accessories are used at a bare minimum, but it is plain to see that this […]