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THE GLORIOUS TUSCAN COUNTRYSIDE, AN INSPIRATION TO ARCHITECTS OVER THE CENTURIES.

Crossroads of

CLASSIC and

Modern It’s La DolceVita for some lucky homebuyer in Orlando, Florida. That’s because an award-winning design/build team has pulled out all the stops to create a taste of the SWEET LIFE

at this year’s amazing centerpiece of the INTERNATIONAL BUILDERS’ SHOW. And the buzz on the streets of BALDWIN PARK is “bravissimo!”The NewAmerican Home2005 CO N T I N U E D O N PA G E 6

| The New American Home is located on the reclaimed grounds of a former Naval training base. Today, Baldwin Park is an upscale, mixed-use community development with architecture reminiscent of the pre-1940s Central Florida era, that has won awards for design and environmental stewardship. RIGHT | THE KITCHEN: Luxury and classicism are the rule in the The New American Home 2005. BRIDGING THE PAST

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3 For product specific information, see RESOURCES on page 34.

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THE GLORIOUS TUSCAN COUNTRYSIDE, AN INSPIRATION TO ARCHITECTS OVER THE CENTURIES.

Crossroads of

CLASSIC and

Modern It’s La DolceVita for some lucky homebuyer in Orlando, Florida. That’s because an award-winning design/build team has pulled out all the stops to create a taste of the SWEET LIFE

at this year’s amazing centerpiece of the INTERNATIONAL BUILDERS’ SHOW. And the buzz on the streets of BALDWIN PARK is “bravissimo!”The NewAmerican Home2005 CO N T I N U E D O N PA G E 6

| The New American Home is located on the reclaimed grounds of a former Naval training base. Today, Baldwin Park is an upscale, mixed-use community development with architecture reminiscent of the pre-1940s Central Florida era, that has won awards for design and environmental stewardship. RIGHT | THE KITCHEN: Luxury and classicism are the rule in the The New American Home 2005. BRIDGING THE PAST

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3 For product specific information, see RESOURCES on page 34.

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Contents

Welcome

CONNIE EDWARDS, CKD, CBD

LUXURY FOR ALL OF US

How many of you enjoy a cup of designer coffee every day? If you do, you are one of millions of us who like to add a touch of luxury to our every-

PA G E

day lives. According to Money magazine, there’s a definite trend toward something called “attainable afflu-

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10

C R O S S R O A D S O F C L A S S I C A N D M O D E R N An historic jour-

ence.” Attainable affluence means that many of us are choosing

ney over the past year to create a modern-day villa that blends universal design with Mediterranean splendor.

to add a few select luxuries to our homes and everyday lives.

O L D W O R L D I N S P I R AT I O N An easy-living home gets a dose of

elegance and sophistication with a tribute to its noble heritage.

18

S I D E T R I P Let your excursion take you off the beaten path to some unex-

pected delights for the eye: side treatments, end panels and paneled walls. 21 The Butler’s Pantry: Don’t miss the grand kitchen’s handy sideshow.

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for a few extravagances that make our daily lives more pleasant and our homes feel unique and luxurious. From a piece of Godiva chocolate to spa-quality towels in our master bathroom or some special gourmet detail in our kitchens — we have a lot to choose from. This year, The New American Home is filled with lots of ideas that speak to pure luxury.

especially when it comes with a sophisticated built-in look.

First, take a look at Timberlake’s brand new Durango door style

C L A S S I C C O L U M N S Fluted, grooved or flat… columns turn cabinetry

FA S H I O N S TAT E M E N T Design elements and unusual techniques

The New American Home 2005 PHOTOGRAPHY by Jeffrey A. Davis Photography, Dallas, TX.

deep drawer detail have a look that is both rich and elegant. bathroom vanity bases ( see page 31) are another example. They take the simplest cabinet to a new level in luxury. From grand molding details to upscale decorative hardware and custom-looking entertainment centers, there are lots of opportunities here to get a taste of the luxurious life. What makes them

R E S O U R C E S How designers put it all together for...

PHOTOS Identified on the article pages.

featured throughout most of the home. Its nine-piece door and The shell appliqués used on the false drawer heads on the master

that you can use to create a high-fashion look. 33 Artisan Glazing: Luxury finishes with an Old World luster.

34

life we can afford and how often we indulge. So most of us spring

S W E E P I N G V I S TA S In home entertainment, bigger is better…

into furniture for stylish living.

28

Of course, individual budgets control just how much of the good

STYLING by Henry B. Frey, Flourish Inc., Cleveland, OH.

so “attainable,” is that they’re all made from our extensive line of modular cabinets, moldings and accessories. So have a skinny latté and enjoy your tour. We’re sure that you will find many ideas in this year’s New American Home that you can incorporate into your next project.

4

5 For product specific information, see RESOURCES on page 34.

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Contents

Welcome

CONNIE EDWARDS, CKD, CBD

LUXURY FOR ALL OF US

How many of you enjoy a cup of designer coffee every day? If you do, you are one of millions of us who like to add a touch of luxury to our every-

PA G E

day lives. According to Money magazine, there’s a definite trend toward something called “attainable afflu-

6

10

C R O S S R O A D S O F C L A S S I C A N D M O D E R N An historic jour-

ence.” Attainable affluence means that many of us are choosing

ney over the past year to create a modern-day villa that blends universal design with Mediterranean splendor.

to add a few select luxuries to our homes and everyday lives.

O L D W O R L D I N S P I R AT I O N An easy-living home gets a dose of

elegance and sophistication with a tribute to its noble heritage.

18

S I D E T R I P Let your excursion take you off the beaten path to some unex-

pected delights for the eye: side treatments, end panels and paneled walls. 21 The Butler’s Pantry: Don’t miss the grand kitchen’s handy sideshow.

22 27

for a few extravagances that make our daily lives more pleasant and our homes feel unique and luxurious. From a piece of Godiva chocolate to spa-quality towels in our master bathroom or some special gourmet detail in our kitchens — we have a lot to choose from. This year, The New American Home is filled with lots of ideas that speak to pure luxury.

especially when it comes with a sophisticated built-in look.

First, take a look at Timberlake’s brand new Durango door style

C L A S S I C C O L U M N S Fluted, grooved or flat… columns turn cabinetry

FA S H I O N S TAT E M E N T Design elements and unusual techniques

The New American Home 2005 PHOTOGRAPHY by Jeffrey A. Davis Photography, Dallas, TX.

deep drawer detail have a look that is both rich and elegant. bathroom vanity bases ( see page 31) are another example. They take the simplest cabinet to a new level in luxury. From grand molding details to upscale decorative hardware and custom-looking entertainment centers, there are lots of opportunities here to get a taste of the luxurious life. What makes them

R E S O U R C E S How designers put it all together for...

PHOTOS Identified on the article pages.

featured throughout most of the home. Its nine-piece door and The shell appliqués used on the false drawer heads on the master

that you can use to create a high-fashion look. 33 Artisan Glazing: Luxury finishes with an Old World luster.

34

life we can afford and how often we indulge. So most of us spring

S W E E P I N G V I S TA S In home entertainment, bigger is better…

into furniture for stylish living.

28

Of course, individual budgets control just how much of the good

STYLING by Henry B. Frey, Flourish Inc., Cleveland, OH.

so “attainable,” is that they’re all made from our extensive line of modular cabinets, moldings and accessories. So have a skinny latté and enjoy your tour. We’re sure that you will find many ideas in this year’s New American Home that you can incorporate into your next project.

4

5 For product specific information, see RESOURCES on page 34.

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Crossroads of CO N T I N U E D F R O M PA G E 2

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ou don’t necessarily need a passport to enjoy the splendors of Tuscany. That’s because the NCHI has brought a taste of Italy to our shores for The New American Home® 2005. The New American Home is a perennial high point of the International Builders’ Show— and this year is no exception. Once again, it showcases innovative new building techniques and groundbreaking interior design— along with leading edge products and architectural ideas that builders from around the nation can apply to their own homes.

LEFT

| Taking advantage of the temperate

Florida climate, a walled-in courtyard and loggia provide secure privacy for yearround outdoor living.

One look at the end result and there’s no mistaking the sheer grandeur that awaits visitors to the corner of Home and New Broad Streets in Baldwin Park— Orlando, Florida. There sits an imposing $2.5 million+ Italianate villa that’s not only turning heads, it’s also whetting appetites for the Mediterranean style with all its splendors.

CLASSIC and

Modern

“This house was designed

to take advantage of outdoor living. When you have 1,800 square feet of outdoor rooms—with all the amenities like hand-hewn beams, Pecky Cypress ceilings, travertine floors, fireplaces with carved limestone mantels, TVs... anything you

can think of—you just know this house was designed for entertaining outside.” Tannis Goehring — Goehring & Morgan Construction, Inc.

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7 For product specific information, see RESOURCES on page 34.

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Crossroads of CO N T I N U E D F R O M PA G E 2

Y

ou don’t necessarily need a passport to enjoy the splendors of Tuscany. That’s because the NCHI has brought a taste of Italy to our shores for The New American Home® 2005. The New American Home is a perennial high point of the International Builders’ Show— and this year is no exception. Once again, it showcases innovative new building techniques and groundbreaking interior design— along with leading edge products and architectural ideas that builders from around the nation can apply to their own homes.

LEFT

| Taking advantage of the temperate

Florida climate, a walled-in courtyard and loggia provide secure privacy for yearround outdoor living.

One look at the end result and there’s no mistaking the sheer grandeur that awaits visitors to the corner of Home and New Broad Streets in Baldwin Park— Orlando, Florida. There sits an imposing $2.5 million+ Italianate villa that’s not only turning heads, it’s also whetting appetites for the Mediterranean style with all its splendors.

CLASSIC and

Modern

“This house was designed

to take advantage of outdoor living. When you have 1,800 square feet of outdoor rooms—with all the amenities like hand-hewn beams, Pecky Cypress ceilings, travertine floors, fireplaces with carved limestone mantels, TVs... anything you

can think of—you just know this house was designed for entertaining outside.” Tannis Goehring — Goehring & Morgan Construction, Inc.

6

7 For product specific information, see RESOURCES on page 34.

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Crossroads of

CLASSIC and

Modern CO N T I N U E D F R O M PA G E 6

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on’t let the classical Mediterranean architecture fool you. This home, with approximately 8,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor living space, is as modern as technology will allow. It incorporates healthy-home construction techniques, new energy-efficiency technology and a healthy dose of home automation. For instance, homeowners will be able to program lights, control shades, monitor the front door, activate the sprinkler system, turn on the central vacuum and chlorinate the swimming pool from anywhere in the house. That’s behind the scenes, but it is the more physical aspects of the home that take center stage. According to Donnie Saxon, who designed the interiors,“The overall feel is Tuscan, which comes from the different textures: the wrought iron, the leather, the glass, the stone, the moldings and wood beams... for a very high-end custom look.” It’s a grand palazzo in the Old World style, complete with courtyard, pool and fountains. The completed home is quite an achievement— one that withstood the challenges of hurricanes, deadlines, new product availability, unfamiliar subcontractors, and sheer size and scope. According to Kim Goehring, the builder responsible for pulling it all together:

“There were times,

especially near

the end of the project, when we had 50 to 60 people working on the jobsite. And if there hadn’t been cooperation and teamwork, it would have never worked. It was a wonderful experience to see everybody step up and want to make it happen.” Kim Goehring — Goehring & Morgan Construction, Inc.

BRAVO! TO THE NEW AMERICAN HOME 2005 TEAM BLOODGOOD SHARP BUSTER ARCHITECTS AND PLANNERS, INC. | ARCHITECT GOEHRING & MORGAN CONSTRUCTION, INC. | BUILDER SAXON-CLARK | INTERIOR DESIGN / MERCHANDISING TIMBERLAKE | CABINETRY

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9 For product specific information, see RESOURCES on page 34.

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Crossroads of

CLASSIC and

Modern CO N T I N U E D F R O M PA G E 6

D

on’t let the classical Mediterranean architecture fool you. This home, with approximately 8,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor living space, is as modern as technology will allow. It incorporates healthy-home construction techniques, new energy-efficiency technology and a healthy dose of home automation. For instance, homeowners will be able to program lights, control shades, monitor the front door, activate the sprinkler system, turn on the central vacuum and chlorinate the swimming pool from anywhere in the house. That’s behind the scenes, but it is the more physical aspects of the home that take center stage. According to Donnie Saxon, who designed the interiors,“The overall feel is Tuscan, which comes from the different textures: the wrought iron, the leather, the glass, the stone, the moldings and wood beams... for a very high-end custom look.” It’s a grand palazzo in the Old World style, complete with courtyard, pool and fountains. The completed home is quite an achievement— one that withstood the challenges of hurricanes, deadlines, new product availability, unfamiliar subcontractors, and sheer size and scope. According to Kim Goehring, the builder responsible for pulling it all together:

“There were times,

especially near

the end of the project, when we had 50 to 60 people working on the jobsite. And if there hadn’t been cooperation and teamwork, it would have never worked. It was a wonderful experience to see everybody step up and want to make it happen.” Kim Goehring — Goehring & Morgan Construction, Inc.

BRAVO! TO THE NEW AMERICAN HOME 2005 TEAM BLOODGOOD SHARP BUSTER ARCHITECTS AND PLANNERS, INC. | ARCHITECT GOEHRING & MORGAN CONSTRUCTION, INC. | BUILDER SAXON-CLARK | INTERIOR DESIGN / MERCHANDISING TIMBERLAKE | CABINETRY

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9 For product specific information, see RESOURCES on page 34.

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World Inspiration

OLD

Look to the future. Borrow from the past. It’s a formula that works

for many people. In the DESIGN world, this has spawned an exciting traditional movement where ornamentation abounds… giving us a sense of the LUXURY found in the riches of the OldWorld. RIGHT

|

Look how easily modern conveniences mesh with the heavier scale of this tradi-

tional decor. It’s a great blend of stone, glass, wrought iron, rich wood and aged finishes.

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11 For product specific information, see RESOURCES on page 34.

TIMBERLAKE — The New American Home 2005

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World Inspiration

OLD

Look to the future. Borrow from the past. It’s a formula that works

for many people. In the DESIGN world, this has spawned an exciting traditional movement where ornamentation abounds… giving us a sense of the LUXURY found in the riches of the OldWorld. RIGHT

|

Look how easily modern conveniences mesh with the heavier scale of this tradi-

tional decor. It’s a great blend of stone, glass, wrought iron, rich wood and aged finishes.

10

11 For product specific information, see RESOURCES on page 34.

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World Inspiration

OLD

T

o elicit a jaw-dropping WOW!, many designers look to the Old World for inspiration. And it never fails to draw that response. This very popular style has strong appeal for many homeowners because it looks rich and elegant. More importantly, it has all the trappings of Old Money, breeding and sophistication. A perfect fit with the classical interiors of The New American Home 2005, the Old World style is lush with heavy crown moldings, carved corbels, layered wall finishes and flooring with an aged look. You can expect more embellishment and high-style touches, because the design aesthetic is based on Renaissance ideals of beauty and ornamentation.

LEFT

| This large kitchen features two islands. Here, the elevated

outer island features an elegant place for snacking. Notice how the back panels of the cabinets have been fitted with tufted leather cushions between scrolled pillars.

“ We wanted an Old World

look—which comes from the different textures: wrought iron, wood moldings and beams,

aged finishes on the walls, and mixing stone and granite for the countertops. I even added a little leather...” Donnie Saxon — Saxon-Clark

We put a lot of emphasis in our homes on

the cabinetry work. The special features incorporated into the cabinetry—especially in the kitchen—makes for a special gathering place that creates a sense of welcome… and turns the house into a home.” Tannis Goehring — Goehring & Morgan Construction, Inc.

12

13 For product specific information, see RESOURCES on page 34.

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World Inspiration

OLD

T

o elicit a jaw-dropping WOW!, many designers look to the Old World for inspiration. And it never fails to draw that response. This very popular style has strong appeal for many homeowners because it looks rich and elegant. More importantly, it has all the trappings of Old Money, breeding and sophistication. A perfect fit with the classical interiors of The New American Home 2005, the Old World style is lush with heavy crown moldings, carved corbels, layered wall finishes and flooring with an aged look. You can expect more embellishment and high-style touches, because the design aesthetic is based on Renaissance ideals of beauty and ornamentation.

LEFT

| This large kitchen features two islands. Here, the elevated

outer island features an elegant place for snacking. Notice how the back panels of the cabinets have been fitted with tufted leather cushions between scrolled pillars.

“ We wanted an Old World

look—which comes from the different textures: wrought iron, wood moldings and beams,

aged finishes on the walls, and mixing stone and granite for the countertops. I even added a little leather...” Donnie Saxon — Saxon-Clark

We put a lot of emphasis in our homes on

the cabinetry work. The special features incorporated into the cabinetry—especially in the kitchen—makes for a special gathering place that creates a sense of welcome… and turns the house into a home.” Tannis Goehring — Goehring & Morgan Construction, Inc.

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13 For product specific information, see RESOURCES on page 34.

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RIGHT

| The ultimate traditional kitchen. The custom-designed hood,

mosaic backsplash and aged tile floors provide the perfect foil for the luxury cherry cabinetry, with applied moldings on the doors and deep drawers. Heavy crown moldings, furniture toekicks, scroll work and decorative glass doors and pulls, all contribute to the beauty of the room.

World Inspiration

OLD

ABOVE

| On the refrigerator wall, moldings, corbels and valances have been combined to create a stunning arcade

effect—with a recessed area to display majolica pottery or other treasured possessions.

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15 For product specific information, see RESOURCES on page 34.

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RIGHT

| The ultimate traditional kitchen. The custom-designed hood,

mosaic backsplash and aged tile floors provide the perfect foil for the luxury cherry cabinetry, with applied moldings on the doors and deep drawers. Heavy crown moldings, furniture toekicks, scroll work and decorative glass doors and pulls, all contribute to the beauty of the room.

World Inspiration

OLD

ABOVE

| On the refrigerator wall, moldings, corbels and valances have been combined to create a stunning arcade

effect—with a recessed area to display majolica pottery or other treasured possessions.

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15 For product specific information, see RESOURCES on page 34.

TIMBERLAKE — The New American Home 2005

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Build a Colonnade 5-Piece Crown Molding Build-Up Mitered “L” Square Column with Small Rosette Corbel and Acanthus Leaf Onlay Arched Valance

Details

CORBELS

Mitered “T” Square Column with Small Rosette Corbels and Acanthus Leaf Onlay

Small rosette corbels top off

pillars made of trimmed universal

4-Piece Crown Build-Up with Soffit Crown, Center Bead, Finished Shelf and Soffit Crown Moldings

fillers, which are spaced proportionally to create insets for tufted leather cushions mounted as kneepads. Corbels are versatile architectural elements

Square Column from Blocked and Mitered 6" Beaded Fillers

used liberally throughout this home. GRAND TOUR CROWN MOLDING

This de-

Mid-Column Detail with Finished Shelf, Center Bead and Soffit Crown Moldings

luxe crown molding is a 5-piece build using traditional crown molding with a center bead insert as well as universal filler, center bead molding

Column Base from Blocked and Mitered 6" Universal Fillers

and soffit crown elements. In total, the crown adds over 5 inches to the top of the cabinets. DECORATIVE GLASS INSERTS

It’s amazing

how glass adds such an elegant sparkle to any room design. Whether clear, patterned or semi-obscure, glass dresses up any cabinet installation. POST COLUMN

A base turned leg is

inverted to create a quick and easy post to support the countertop. The longer squared section forms a natural base for the turned column. LUXURY APPLIED-MOLDING DOORSTYLE

Durango is a high-end traditional style with raised-panel doors and drawers that have an additional raised mold-

| On the tall wall in

ing frame applied to the front for an

LEFT

extra-deep effect.

this kitchen, designers created a colonnade by arranging a row of mitered square columns connected by arched valances. The recesses create a dramatic display gallery. Below the colonnade, a walk-in pantry is tucked behind a pianohinged front, hidden by matching decorator doors.

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17 For product specific information, see RESOURCES on page 34.

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Build a Colonnade 5-Piece Crown Molding Build-Up Mitered “L” Square Column with Small Rosette Corbel and Acanthus Leaf Onlay Arched Valance

Details

CORBELS

Mitered “T” Square Column with Small Rosette Corbels and Acanthus Leaf Onlay

Small rosette corbels top off

pillars made of trimmed universal

4-Piece Crown Build-Up with Soffit Crown, Center Bead, Finished Shelf and Soffit Crown Moldings

fillers, which are spaced proportionally to create insets for tufted leather cushions mounted as kneepads. Corbels are versatile architectural elements

Square Column from Blocked and Mitered 6" Beaded Fillers

used liberally throughout this home. GRAND TOUR CROWN MOLDING

This de-

Mid-Column Detail with Finished Shelf, Center Bead and Soffit Crown Moldings

luxe crown molding is a 5-piece build using traditional crown molding with a center bead insert as well as universal filler, center bead molding

Column Base from Blocked and Mitered 6" Universal Fillers

and soffit crown elements. In total, the crown adds over 5 inches to the top of the cabinets. DECORATIVE GLASS INSERTS

It’s amazing

how glass adds such an elegant sparkle to any room design. Whether clear, patterned or semi-obscure, glass dresses up any cabinet installation. POST COLUMN

A base turned leg is

inverted to create a quick and easy post to support the countertop. The longer squared section forms a natural base for the turned column. LUXURY APPLIED-MOLDING DOORSTYLE

Durango is a high-end traditional style with raised-panel doors and drawers that have an additional raised mold-

| On the tall wall in

ing frame applied to the front for an

LEFT

extra-deep effect.

this kitchen, designers created a colonnade by arranging a row of mitered square columns connected by arched valances. The recesses create a dramatic display gallery. Below the colonnade, a walk-in pantry is tucked behind a pianohinged front, hidden by matching decorator doors.

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17 For product specific information, see RESOURCES on page 34.

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Trip

Side

Around the corner... along the wall, at the end of a path, wherever your eye wanders in THE NEW AMERICAN HOME,

you’ll find side treatments and paneling with a craftsman’s touch. Such REFINEMENT and elegant detailing reminds us that they DO

“make’em like they used to.” RIGHT

|

Not only is the “tech center” lined with extravagant paneled walls created from

door panels, but it also boasts a side attraction—a recessed bookcase and display niché outside the doorway.

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19 For product specific information, see RESOURCES on page 34.

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Trip

Side

Around the corner... along the wall, at the end of a path, wherever your eye wanders in THE NEW AMERICAN HOME,

you’ll find side treatments and paneling with a craftsman’s touch. Such REFINEMENT and elegant detailing reminds us that they DO

“make’em like they used to.” RIGHT

|

Not only is the “tech center” lined with extravagant paneled walls created from

door panels, but it also boasts a side attraction—a recessed bookcase and display niché outside the doorway.

18

19 For product specific information, see RESOURCES on page 34.

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Trip A

Side

custom built-in look is easily achieved when finished panels and matching doors finish off the sides of any installation. Going the extra mile takes a little more effort and expense, but the result is certainly worth it. This is one way production builders can get the villa style, without the need for an army of carpenters.

Pantry

The

A

BUTLER’S PANTRY— STEP-SAVING CONVENIENCE Ideally

liberal use of moldings and glazed

located between the kitchen and dining room is an actual Butler’s Pantry, complete with food-warming and staging features to make large dinner parties effortless. This galley-style design keeps serving items close at hand (saving a trip to the kitchen), with easy access to the main cooking area beyond. ■ In addition to the handsome cabinetry and extra counter space, there are plenty of built-in conveniences, including a second refrigerator, icemaker, warming drawer, built-in coffee maker and wine storage.

maple hardwoods.

.

LEFT

| The wood paneled tech cen-

ter has a club-feel enhanced by the

BELOW

| Ending a run of cabinets

with beautifully detailed door panels gives cabinets a more “finished” look in the kitchen (top) and master vanity (bottom).

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21 For product specific information, see RESOURCES on page 34.

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Trip A

Side

custom built-in look is easily achieved when finished panels and matching doors finish off the sides of any installation. Going the extra mile takes a little more effort and expense, but the result is certainly worth it. This is one way production builders can get the villa style, without the need for an army of carpenters.

Pantry

The

A

BUTLER’S PANTRY— STEP-SAVING CONVENIENCE Ideally

liberal use of moldings and glazed

located between the kitchen and dining room is an actual Butler’s Pantry, complete with food-warming and staging features to make large dinner parties effortless. This galley-style design keeps serving items close at hand (saving a trip to the kitchen), with easy access to the main cooking area beyond. ■ In addition to the handsome cabinetry and extra counter space, there are plenty of built-in conveniences, including a second refrigerator, icemaker, warming drawer, built-in coffee maker and wine storage.

maple hardwoods.

.

LEFT

| The wood paneled tech cen-

ter has a club-feel enhanced by the

BELOW

| Ending a run of cabinets

with beautifully detailed door panels gives cabinets a more “finished” look in the kitchen (top) and master vanity (bottom).

20

21 For product specific information, see RESOURCES on page 34.

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Sweeping

Vistas A room with a view... wide-screen, high-def, plasma—as

long as it’s ELECTRONIC, today’s homebuyers look for nothing more than to get the big picture.

Reallybig!

G

one are the days of the television shrine in the corner of the living room. Or the retro armoire with a set inside. Today’s home entertainment media is stepping forward into the limelight—with entire rooms dedicated to the art of channel surfing, Tivo, and DVD fests. Finding a way to contain all the paraphernalia tastefully has sent builders running to the cabinet companies. And it’s a good thing. Timberlake’s cabinetry designers have developed ways to give the home a multi-purpose solution that will appeal to the technophile of today and still offer practical built-in storage for those with different interests in the future. ABOVE

| In the family living room, an entire wall is given over to a built-in unit with plenty

of open and closed storage. It allows the 61" rear projection TV to peacefully co-exist with collectibles, books, and a small computer station. LEFT

| The top section of this wall unit showcases classical architectural elements—

including large pilasters made out of blocking, flat and fluted fillers, ornaments and decorative moldings.

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23 For product specific information, see RESOURCES on page 34.

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Sweeping

Vistas A room with a view... wide-screen, high-def, plasma—as

long as it’s ELECTRONIC, today’s homebuyers look for nothing more than to get the big picture.

Reallybig!

G

one are the days of the television shrine in the corner of the living room. Or the retro armoire with a set inside. Today’s home entertainment media is stepping forward into the limelight—with entire rooms dedicated to the art of channel surfing, Tivo, and DVD fests. Finding a way to contain all the paraphernalia tastefully has sent builders running to the cabinet companies. And it’s a good thing. Timberlake’s cabinetry designers have developed ways to give the home a multi-purpose solution that will appeal to the technophile of today and still offer practical built-in storage for those with different interests in the future. ABOVE

| In the family living room, an entire wall is given over to a built-in unit with plenty

of open and closed storage. It allows the 61" rear projection TV to peacefully co-exist with collectibles, books, and a small computer station. LEFT

| The top section of this wall unit showcases classical architectural elements—

including large pilasters made out of blocking, flat and fluted fillers, ornaments and decorative moldings.

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23 For product specific information, see RESOURCES on page 34.

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“ There’s nobody who

stepped

up to the plate any more than Timberlake—from the design team to the installation crew. It was certainly one of the best experiences we had.” Kim Goehring — Goehring & Morgan Construction, Inc.

ABOVE

| The cherry bookcase in the library also contains a space to hang a wide-screen plasma TV. Here, it gets an elegant

framing treatment with miter-cut 6" fillers. LEFT

| Along the base of the unit, the center cabinets are pulled forward and mounted on a furniture toe, creating a narrow

ledge for the remote or DVD cases. RIGHT

| The upstairs game room also contains a video viewing area. But at first glance you may miss it. That’s because it’s a

projection TV with the projector mounted on the ceiling and the screen doubling as a mural/work of art when not in use.

SweepingVistas 24

25 For product specific information, see RESOURCES on page 34.

TIMBERLAKE — The New American Home 2005

PORTFOLIO


“ There’s nobody who

stepped

up to the plate any more than Timberlake—from the design team to the installation crew. It was certainly one of the best experiences we had.” Kim Goehring — Goehring & Morgan Construction, Inc.

ABOVE

| The cherry bookcase in the library also contains a space to hang a wide-screen plasma TV. Here, it gets an elegant

framing treatment with miter-cut 6" fillers. LEFT

| Along the base of the unit, the center cabinets are pulled forward and mounted on a furniture toe, creating a narrow

ledge for the remote or DVD cases. RIGHT

| The upstairs game room also contains a video viewing area. But at first glance you may miss it. That’s because it’s a

projection TV with the projector mounted on the ceiling and the screen doubling as a mural/work of art when not in use.

SweepingVistas 24

25 For product specific information, see RESOURCES on page 34.

TIMBERLAKE — The New American Home 2005

PORTFOLIO


Classic

Columns The Old World Style so popular in high-end homes today has its roots in classical architecture—an influence that

has inspired furniture designers for centuries. Reinterpreted for the modern home, TIMBERLAKE fashions several BEAUTIFUL NEW column TREATMENTS that are a variation on that classic theme. LEFT ABOVE

| Fluted filler strips (both 3" wide and 6" wide)

project that classic column effect. BELOW

| Crown moldings only make the design state-

| Crown moldings accent the depth of this column made from filler strips with a clas-

sical acanthus ornament at the top of the flutes. TOP

| Scrolls on either side of a square post, made from flat fillers, create an arcade effect

with arched valances.

| An inverted base turned leg, makes a clever and easy stand-in for a col-

ment more emphatic when a capital is added to the

ABOVE (CIRCLE)

top of the column.

umn and counter support.

26

27 For product specific information, see RESOURCES on page 34.

TIMBERLAKE — The New American Home 2005

PORTFOLIO


Classic

Columns The Old World Style so popular in high-end homes today has its roots in classical architecture—an influence that

has inspired furniture designers for centuries. Reinterpreted for the modern home, TIMBERLAKE fashions several BEAUTIFUL NEW column TREATMENTS that are a variation on that classic theme. LEFT ABOVE

| Fluted filler strips (both 3" wide and 6" wide)

project that classic column effect. BELOW

| Crown moldings only make the design state-

| Crown moldings accent the depth of this column made from filler strips with a clas-

sical acanthus ornament at the top of the flutes. TOP

| Scrolls on either side of a square post, made from flat fillers, create an arcade effect

with arched valances.

| An inverted base turned leg, makes a clever and easy stand-in for a col-

ment more emphatic when a capital is added to the

ABOVE (CIRCLE)

top of the column.

umn and counter support.

26

27 For product specific information, see RESOURCES on page 34.

TIMBERLAKE — The New American Home 2005

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Fashion Statement Good design is always in fashion.

That’s because it brings a sense of STYLE wherever it goes: from clothing to art, to furnishings and to homes. TIMBERLAKE has developed an entire PALETTE of design elements that makes it EASY to add pizzazz—so that just about anyone can make a fashion RIGHT

statement.

| Start with the elegance of real cherry cabinetry, add

moldings and appliqués, vary the heights, finish the sides, catch the light with hardware. The right cabinet design can give any room a designer look.

28

29 For product specific information, see RESOURCES on page 34.

TIMBERLAKE — The New American Home 2005

PORTFOLIO


Fashion Statement Good design is always in fashion.

That’s because it brings a sense of STYLE wherever it goes: from clothing to art, to furnishings and to homes. TIMBERLAKE has developed an entire PALETTE of design elements that makes it EASY to add pizzazz—so that just about anyone can make a fashion RIGHT

statement.

| Start with the elegance of real cherry cabinetry, add

moldings and appliqués, vary the heights, finish the sides, catch the light with hardware. The right cabinet design can give any room a designer look.

28

29 For product specific information, see RESOURCES on page 34.

TIMBERLAKE — The New American Home 2005

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Fashion Statement A

Tuscan villa gets the royal treatment in the master bath where the Old World style is right at home. But underlying all this style is a simple concept: details make the difference. Try imagining this room without the antiqued wall finish, French curved legs that frame the sink and vanity areas. Or the applied moldings that frame the cabinets’ raised panels. Take away the shell appliqué and oak leaf pulls… and it would be a whole different look. What’s so amazing is that Timberlake cabinetry has a full range of elements that works with other design motifs to make a fashion statement. So whether you’re creating an Arts & Crafts feel, a contemporary space, a casual décor or something more eclectic, the same principle applies: the beauty is in the details.

“The overall

appear-

ance of the cabinetry turned out fantastic. I’m real happy with it. Timberlake turned out to be a good alternative to custom-built cabinetry—and at a much more affordable price.”

Donnie Saxon — Saxon-Clark

LEFT

| The charm of cherry warms the cool marble

of this designer master bath — and the result is the perfect climate for the moveup homebuyer.

30

31 For product specific information, see RESOURCES on page 34.

TIMBERLAKE — The New American Home 2005

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Fashion Statement A

Tuscan villa gets the royal treatment in the master bath where the Old World style is right at home. But underlying all this style is a simple concept: details make the difference. Try imagining this room without the antiqued wall finish, French curved legs that frame the sink and vanity areas. Or the applied moldings that frame the cabinets’ raised panels. Take away the shell appliqué and oak leaf pulls… and it would be a whole different look. What’s so amazing is that Timberlake cabinetry has a full range of elements that works with other design motifs to make a fashion statement. So whether you’re creating an Arts & Crafts feel, a contemporary space, a casual décor or something more eclectic, the same principle applies: the beauty is in the details.

“The overall

appear-

ance of the cabinetry turned out fantastic. I’m real happy with it. Timberlake turned out to be a good alternative to custom-built cabinetry—and at a much more affordable price.”

Donnie Saxon — Saxon-Clark

LEFT

| The charm of cherry warms the cool marble

of this designer master bath — and the result is the perfect climate for the moveup homebuyer.

30

31 For product specific information, see RESOURCES on page 34.

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Glazing

Artisan

L

UXURY FINISHES WITH AN OLD WORLD LUSTER.

The sun-baked stucco of Italianate villas often has a patina that gets richer over time. It’s a traditional finish with natural wear and gentle mottling. In wood finishing, there is a similar way to add a patina — glazing. ■ Glazed finishes are created with a final tint that highlights the recessed areas, while the flat areas take on a richer hue. The overall effect is very polished—like fine furniture—and what you might expect from a master wood finisher. ■ These premium finishes are highly requested cabinetry upgrades by discerning homeowners.

Fashion Statement ABOVE

| On “his” side of the master bath, angled fillers gracefully

nudge the sink forward for a more interesting look to a traditional vanity. LEFT

| Oak leaf cup pulls, top photo, carry through the Old World

theme with an understated air. Short French legs, bottom photo, add the finishing touch along the bottom of the vanity to further enhance the furniture look.

32

33 For product specific information, see RESOURCES on page 34.

TIMBERLAKE — The New American Home 2005

PORTFOLIO


Glazing

Artisan

L

UXURY FINISHES WITH AN OLD WORLD LUSTER.

The sun-baked stucco of Italianate villas often has a patina that gets richer over time. It’s a traditional finish with natural wear and gentle mottling. In wood finishing, there is a similar way to add a patina — glazing. ■ Glazed finishes are created with a final tint that highlights the recessed areas, while the flat areas take on a richer hue. The overall effect is very polished—like fine furniture—and what you might expect from a master wood finisher. ■ These premium finishes are highly requested cabinetry upgrades by discerning homeowners.

Fashion Statement ABOVE

| On “his” side of the master bath, angled fillers gracefully

nudge the sink forward for a more interesting look to a traditional vanity. LEFT

| Oak leaf cup pulls, top photo, carry through the Old World

theme with an understated air. Short French legs, bottom photo, add the finishing touch along the bottom of the vanity to further enhance the furniture look.

32

33 For product specific information, see RESOURCES on page 34.

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Resources!

PA G E

24

Laundry Room

Library

Cabinets: Durango™ Maple Mocha.

Cabinets: Durango™ Cherry Bordeaux. The base wall cabinets with increased depths (15" and 18" deep) are mounted on a platform with Ogee Pilaster molding used as a furniture toekick. Countertop edge molding and finished panels used for the countertop. The deeper center unit is lined with tall fluted columns, which are also repeated at the walls. Topping each column is an acanthus leaf onlay. A finished panel is used to create a false back for the television, which is framed by miter-cut 6"-wide fillers.

Hardware: Contour Satin Chrome pulls and knobs

Hardware: Contour knob – Flat Black PA G E

25

Suite V Bath Cabinets: Durango™ Maple Mocha. French curved leg and soffit crown molding detail at the bottom. Hardware: French Twist knobs Morning Room Cabinets: Durango™ Cherry Chocolate. With shell overlay appliqué, mullion frame doors with Derbyshire seeded glass inserts, and traditional light rail molding lining the bottom of the wall cabinet.

Game Room

Crossroads of Classic and Modern

Side Trip

PA G E

PA G E

Cabinets: Durango™ Cherry Chocolate. Cooktop mounted on an increased depth wall cabinet used as a base, which is flanked by a pair of deep drawer bases and inverted base turned legs (as columns). Wall cabinets are a combination of increased and regular depth matching-interior cabinets with mullion frame doors and Derbyshire seeded glass inserts. Undercabinet lighting is hidden by soffit crown molding. Hardware: French Twist knobs and pulls

19

Tech Center—Outside Bookshelf Cabinets: Durango™ Maple Mocha. Bookshelf unit mounted in the wall, aligned with stacked unit inside. Trimmed universal fillers applied flush with face frame. PA G E

20

Tech Center Cabinets: Durango™ Maple Mocha. Stacked wall cabinets form the sides of the upper unit. Top cabinets use void door option to create bookcases. Bridge is formed by centered wall cabinet with matching interiors, mullion frame doors, and Derbyshire seeded glass inserts, with arched valance below. Bases are increased depth wall cabinets mounted on a furniture toe. Matching wall paneling is formed with tall end panels and decorator doors that match the cabinet heights. Three-piece crown molding (traditional classic crown, center bead insert and egg & dart) finishes the top edge throughout. Hardware: Pewter Oak Leaf knobs

PA G E

11

Kitchen—Middle Island (see description for page 15) PA G E

12

Kitchen—Outer Island Cabinets: Durango™ Cherry Chocolate. On the back side, finished panels are set between square columns made of 5-1/4" wide universal fillers with small rosette corbels at the top. Matching furniture toe is Ogee Pilaster toe molding. Decorative leather cushions in the center of each panel, by others.

PA G E

21

FLOOR PLANS: The New American Home 2005 The New American Home is a

Classic Columns 26

Family Living Room Wall Unit (see description for pages 22 and 23) Kitchen—Refrigerator Wall Colonnade (see page 17 of magazine)

The Butler’s Pantry

Library (see description for page 24)

Cabinets: Durango™ Maple Mocha with Cherry Chocolate accents. Wine racks flank the warming drawer which is mounted inside a DB-30 with the center drawer removed and trimmed out with fillers. Base turned legs are inverted to create columns. Above, the wall cabinet uses the increased depth option to create a bump-out. It has mullion frame doors with Derbyshire glass inserts. Soffit crown molding is used under the wall cabinets to hide lighting.

Game Room (see description for page 25)

luxury home, with an addition-

of 8,000 square feet of living suite, four bedrooms, library,

Master Suite

Laun.

Summer Kitchen

Valet

game room, private courtyard

22–23

29–32

Cabinets: Durango™ Cherry Chocolate. On “her” side, a shell overlay appliqué on vanity base, French curved legs—kneehole desk drawer forms vanity side with matching door and drawer end panels. On “his” side, a shell overlay appliqué on the pulled vanity base, flanked by drawer bases, and fluted filler extensions. Hardware: Brass Oak Leaf pulls and Brass Oak Leaf Cup pulls

Family Living Room Wall Unit Cabinets: Durango™ Maple Mocha with Cherry Chocolate accents. Wall units line the top and bottom (on toe) of this unit with center section using increased depth option (20"). Door center panels use speaker cloth (by others) fabricated on site. Tall fluted columns separate the TV, desk and storage areas. Top detail made from soffit crown with center beaded insert (Cherry Chocolate), universal fillers and center bead molding (Cherry Chocolate) to cover the seam where the filler meets the cabinets. Acanthus leaf onlays are used as capitals for each column.

Entry Court

Elev

Kitchen

Family Living

Pantry

Cafe

Garage

Dining

Butler's Pantry

Service Yard

Tuscan-style villa.

Master Bath

PA G ES

Loggia

up

Master Foyer

up

than a dozen rooms of this

PA G ES

Sweeping Vistas

Living Room

Outdoor Living

SECO N D F LO O R

PA G E

33

Artisan Glazing

Trellis Roof

Trellis

grounds of a former Naval

up

training base. Today, Baldwin

Pool Court Below Library

Park is an upscale, mixed-use community development,

Balcony

Spiral Stair Roof

with architecture reminiscent of the pre-1940s Central Florida

FP

Mech

Living Room Below

Covered Deck

Kit

era, that has won awards for design and environmental

Laun. Elev.

stewardship.

up

Game Room

Bath

Suite V

© Copyright 2004 Bloodgood Sharp Buster Architects and Planners Orlando, FL—All Rights Reserved

Tech Ctr

Suite IV

WIC

Bath

Suite III

Balcony

Hardware: French Twist knobs and pulls

Spiral Stair

cabinetry can be found in more

Fashion Statement

15

Cabinets: Durango™ Cherry Chocolate. Wall cabinets with matching interiors, mullion frame doors and clear glass inserts are mounted on a 4" platform at the center of the island. Flanking both sides are inverted base turned legs, drawer bases, and decorator matching doors. At one end, two wine racks are mounted vertically on either side of a wall cabinet with the void door option and trimmed out with triple bead accent molding.

Suite II

up Linen

The New American Home is

Cabinets: Durango™ Cherry Chocolate. A W-3012 is mounted on a platform to create a base for the microwave. The case for the microwave is made of trimmed wood tall end panels.

WIC

FP

Pwdr.

space under roof, for a total space. This includes a master

Master Bathroom

three-car garage. Timberlake

14

Kitchen—Middle Island (also on pages 11 and 14)

Sto r.

Shwr

Dress

Bath

Pool Court

with a pool and a spacious

Hardware: French Twist knobs and pulls

Kitchen—Middle Island Microwave End

PA G E

Pool Stor.

Tub

al 1,800 square feet of outdoor PA G E

Pool Bath

6,200 square-feet two-story

located on the reclaimed PA G E

F I R ST F LO O R

Trellis Above Spa

Gallery

Old World Inspiration

Hardware: Contour knob – Flat Black

Master Wardrobe

3

Kitchen—Cooking Area

Cabinets: Rushmore® Oak Tawny. A series of increased depth wall cabinets mounted on a platform with Ogee Pilaster toekick forms the base of the unit. Countertop is made from tall end panels, trimmed and edged with countertop edge molding. 6"-wide fluted fillers are used to create the square columns. Door center panels use speaker cloth (by others) fabricated on site. Top crown is a combination of classic crown, universal fillers and center bead edge molding. (For colonnade description, see page 17.)

Roof Roof

Shared Bath Cabinets: Durango™ Maple Mocha. Hardware: Pewter Oak Leaf pulls and knobs

Hardware: French Nickel knobs

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35 TIMBERLAKE — The New American Home 2005

PORTFOLIO


Resources!

PA G E

24

Laundry Room

Library

Cabinets: Durango™ Maple Mocha.

Cabinets: Durango™ Cherry Bordeaux. The base wall cabinets with increased depths (15" and 18" deep) are mounted on a platform with Ogee Pilaster molding used as a furniture toekick. Countertop edge molding and finished panels used for the countertop. The deeper center unit is lined with tall fluted columns, which are also repeated at the walls. Topping each column is an acanthus leaf onlay. A finished panel is used to create a false back for the television, which is framed by miter-cut 6"-wide fillers.

Hardware: Contour Satin Chrome pulls and knobs

Hardware: Contour knob – Flat Black PA G E

25

Suite V Bath Cabinets: Durango™ Maple Mocha. French curved leg and soffit crown molding detail at the bottom. Hardware: French Twist knobs Morning Room Cabinets: Durango™ Cherry Chocolate. With shell overlay appliqué, mullion frame doors with Derbyshire seeded glass inserts, and traditional light rail molding lining the bottom of the wall cabinet.

Game Room

Crossroads of Classic and Modern

Side Trip

PA G E

PA G E

Cabinets: Durango™ Cherry Chocolate. Cooktop mounted on an increased depth wall cabinet used as a base, which is flanked by a pair of deep drawer bases and inverted base turned legs (as columns). Wall cabinets are a combination of increased and regular depth matching-interior cabinets with mullion frame doors and Derbyshire seeded glass inserts. Undercabinet lighting is hidden by soffit crown molding. Hardware: French Twist knobs and pulls

19

Tech Center—Outside Bookshelf Cabinets: Durango™ Maple Mocha. Bookshelf unit mounted in the wall, aligned with stacked unit inside. Trimmed universal fillers applied flush with face frame. PA G E

20

Tech Center Cabinets: Durango™ Maple Mocha. Stacked wall cabinets form the sides of the upper unit. Top cabinets use void door option to create bookcases. Bridge is formed by centered wall cabinet with matching interiors, mullion frame doors, and Derbyshire seeded glass inserts, with arched valance below. Bases are increased depth wall cabinets mounted on a furniture toe. Matching wall paneling is formed with tall end panels and decorator doors that match the cabinet heights. Three-piece crown molding (traditional classic crown, center bead insert and egg & dart) finishes the top edge throughout. Hardware: Pewter Oak Leaf knobs

PA G E

11

Kitchen—Middle Island (see description for page 15) PA G E

12

Kitchen—Outer Island Cabinets: Durango™ Cherry Chocolate. On the back side, finished panels are set between square columns made of 5-1/4" wide universal fillers with small rosette corbels at the top. Matching furniture toe is Ogee Pilaster toe molding. Decorative leather cushions in the center of each panel, by others.

PA G E

21

FLOOR PLANS: The New American Home 2005 The New American Home is a

Classic Columns 26

Family Living Room Wall Unit (see description for pages 22 and 23) Kitchen—Refrigerator Wall Colonnade (see page 17 of magazine)

The Butler’s Pantry

Library (see description for page 24)

Cabinets: Durango™ Maple Mocha with Cherry Chocolate accents. Wine racks flank the warming drawer which is mounted inside a DB-30 with the center drawer removed and trimmed out with fillers. Base turned legs are inverted to create columns. Above, the wall cabinet uses the increased depth option to create a bump-out. It has mullion frame doors with Derbyshire glass inserts. Soffit crown molding is used under the wall cabinets to hide lighting.

Game Room (see description for page 25)

luxury home, with an addition-

of 8,000 square feet of living suite, four bedrooms, library,

Master Suite

Laun.

Summer Kitchen

Valet

game room, private courtyard

22–23

29–32

Cabinets: Durango™ Cherry Chocolate. On “her” side, a shell overlay appliqué on vanity base, French curved legs—kneehole desk drawer forms vanity side with matching door and drawer end panels. On “his” side, a shell overlay appliqué on the pulled vanity base, flanked by drawer bases, and fluted filler extensions. Hardware: Brass Oak Leaf pulls and Brass Oak Leaf Cup pulls

Family Living Room Wall Unit Cabinets: Durango™ Maple Mocha with Cherry Chocolate accents. Wall units line the top and bottom (on toe) of this unit with center section using increased depth option (20"). Door center panels use speaker cloth (by others) fabricated on site. Tall fluted columns separate the TV, desk and storage areas. Top detail made from soffit crown with center beaded insert (Cherry Chocolate), universal fillers and center bead molding (Cherry Chocolate) to cover the seam where the filler meets the cabinets. Acanthus leaf onlays are used as capitals for each column.

Entry Court

Elev

Kitchen

Family Living

Pantry

Cafe

Garage

Dining

Butler's Pantry

Service Yard

Tuscan-style villa.

Master Bath

PA G ES

Loggia

up

Master Foyer

up

than a dozen rooms of this

PA G ES

Sweeping Vistas

Living Room

Outdoor Living

SECO N D F LO O R

PA G E

33

Artisan Glazing

Trellis Roof

Trellis

grounds of a former Naval

up

training base. Today, Baldwin

Pool Court Below Library

Park is an upscale, mixed-use community development,

Balcony

Spiral Stair Roof

with architecture reminiscent of the pre-1940s Central Florida

FP

Mech

Living Room Below

Covered Deck

Kit

era, that has won awards for design and environmental

Laun. Elev.

stewardship.

up

Game Room

Bath

Suite V

© Copyright 2004 Bloodgood Sharp Buster Architects and Planners Orlando, FL—All Rights Reserved

Tech Ctr

Suite IV

WIC

Bath

Suite III

Balcony

Hardware: French Twist knobs and pulls

Spiral Stair

cabinetry can be found in more

Fashion Statement

15

Cabinets: Durango™ Cherry Chocolate. Wall cabinets with matching interiors, mullion frame doors and clear glass inserts are mounted on a 4" platform at the center of the island. Flanking both sides are inverted base turned legs, drawer bases, and decorator matching doors. At one end, two wine racks are mounted vertically on either side of a wall cabinet with the void door option and trimmed out with triple bead accent molding.

Suite II

up Linen

The New American Home is

Cabinets: Durango™ Cherry Chocolate. A W-3012 is mounted on a platform to create a base for the microwave. The case for the microwave is made of trimmed wood tall end panels.

WIC

FP

Pwdr.

space under roof, for a total space. This includes a master

Master Bathroom

three-car garage. Timberlake

14

Kitchen—Middle Island (also on pages 11 and 14)

Sto r.

Shwr

Dress

Bath

Pool Court

with a pool and a spacious

Hardware: French Twist knobs and pulls

Kitchen—Middle Island Microwave End

PA G E

Pool Stor.

Tub

al 1,800 square feet of outdoor PA G E

Pool Bath

6,200 square-feet two-story

located on the reclaimed PA G E

F I R ST F LO O R

Trellis Above Spa

Gallery

Old World Inspiration

Hardware: Contour knob – Flat Black

Master Wardrobe

3

Kitchen—Cooking Area

Cabinets: Rushmore® Oak Tawny. A series of increased depth wall cabinets mounted on a platform with Ogee Pilaster toekick forms the base of the unit. Countertop is made from tall end panels, trimmed and edged with countertop edge molding. 6"-wide fluted fillers are used to create the square columns. Door center panels use speaker cloth (by others) fabricated on site. Top crown is a combination of classic crown, universal fillers and center bead edge molding. (For colonnade description, see page 17.)

Roof Roof

Shared Bath Cabinets: Durango™ Maple Mocha. Hardware: Pewter Oak Leaf pulls and knobs

Hardware: French Nickel knobs

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