One of those online resources is called Remodeling. They have a lot of innovative ideas for renovations and remodeling.
In this article, they reference the Remodeling Design Awards and showcase some of the best design details. Some of those included:
Salvaged Wood Stair Screens: They harvested and milled the lumber from a dying silver maple tree on the property to create slats for an entry screen by the staircase
Rope Noise Buffer: Incorporating manila rope details throughout the house in walls and ceilings, this complimented the home’s 1960s style and served as a noise buffer
Black Gas-Pipe Light Fixtures: This group designed light fixtures from black gas pipe. Delicate, yet industrial-looking, the black, worn texture of the pipe complements the rustic look of the design
Salvaged Window & Window Sashes: In an effort to create a studio that provides modern amenities but also incorporates aged materials, one designer used a salvaged Palladian window from a church and window sashes from the high school she had attended.
Feel free to check out the full article and images here, we always enjoy learning from our peers and this keeps us in tune with what might be up and coming. Let us work with you on your next home remodeling project, room addition or renovation! We currently build in Westerville, Worthington, Whitehall, Upper Arlington, Powell, Pickerington, New Albany, Lancaster, Hilliard, Gahanna, Dublin, Bexley, Columbus and all of Central Ohio.
*photo from original article