Wednesday, July 28, 2010
Monday, June 28, 2010
Researching new materials and discovering unique applications is one way P&H Interiors remains on the cutting edge of interior design!
The American Institute of Architects (AIA) held their 2010 National Convention and Design Exposition “Design for the New Decade” in Miami June 10th through 12th. Vendors, Designers and Architects gathered at the Miami Convention Center for the big show. P&H Interiors’ Aeron Knutson, Assoc. AIA attended the Design Expo and met with vendors showcasing the latest and greatest in materials for new and innovative projects.
On Saturday, June 12th, the AIA finished off the annual event at the Jackie Gleason Theater with a tribute to FAIA 2010 Gold Medalist Peter Bohlin. After an exhilarating day of meeting with vendors and learning about ground-breaking uses for the newest in materials, Mr. Knutson was privileged to attend the interactive discussion with Mr. Bohlin, who explained his focus on detail and intuitive theory in “Soft Modernism” along with his sensitivity for materials and the project site.
Monday, May 24, 2010
Another stunning model was installed by P&H Interiors in the Marbella Lakes community. The Montoro model, by GL Homes in Naples, Florida was designed in true transitional fashion with a color palette of golds, taupes, silvers, grays and rich wood tones. This beautiful 2 story home boasts a two-story foyer which, through the use of architectural detailing and creative use of moldings, mirrors and wall coverings creates the WOW factor that sets the stage for the rest of the home. Clean lined furniture, two-tone cabinetry and great space planning do not disappoint. Staged for a family that loves the arts, there’s a music-themed boy’s room, a teen fashionista’s boudoir and a pre-teen artist’s studio/bedroom. Take a good look at the amazing artwork in that bright blue room. It’s all done by the fabulous 11 year old up and coming artist, Tatiana! Taking after her very talented (and very proud!) mom, Senior Designer Julie Harris, we are delighted and honored that her signed artwork graces this home. Thanks Tati!!!
The two-story foyer is absolutely stunning!
Wednesday, March 24, 2010
Close to the action, Suzanne and Michele break away from the Black Jack table to smile for the camera.
Tuesday, March 23, 2010
Not only is this material a great choice for aesthetics, but it is low maintenance as well. Glass counters are scratch, heat, and stain resistant. They are non-porous and the most hygienic countertop on the market. The textured finish below the surface even masks fingerprints.
Glass counters are also earth-friendly and good for your health. It is a 100% recyclable material, is radon free, and no sealants or harsh chemicals are used in its production. To learn more, visit www.thinkglass.com.
Researching new materials and discovering unique applications is just some of the ways P&H Interiors remains on the cutting edge of interior design!