At Architectural Grille, we are proud to offer metal fabricated products that aren’t just top quality, but also good for the planet. Being committed advocates of the lean manufacturing process, we aim to minimize waste in every way possible and even use solar to reduce our carbon footprint!
A beautiful space relies on an aesthetic balance of patterns, textures, and colors. But what happens when you turn up the volume a little louder? Maximalist design creates feelings of joy and excitement, tying together a variety of vibrant elements to harness a cheerful, bold, and authentic environment.
Layering an eclectic mix of details within a space is a great way to express style. From the choice of furniture, to wall art
New York based designer Mikel Welch, known for his work with HGTV and his iconic New York based design firm, wanted “the owners to have a space of their own that’s not a bedroom and not an office” in the House Beautiful Whole Home located outside Fredericksburg, TX. Mikel successfully transformed the intimate space into a cozy and relaxing den using neutral colors and tons of textures, his motto “neutrals don’t have to be boring,” really came through in this inviting and tranquil sitting room. By adding lots of layers, Mikel was able to incorporate various textures and tones that aligned with his neutral vision and created The Hideout with “cave-like energy by bathing every surface in palate-cleansing neutrals”.
Architectural Grille was proud to contribute to the beauty and success of the Monogram Booth at the 2022 Kitchen and Bath Industry Show (KBIS) in Orlando, January 8-10, 2022. We were asked by Richard T. Anuszkiewicz to produce brass architectural grilles for inclusion in the Villa Monogram Farm Destination…stay tuned for the official images which we’ll be excited to reveal in the next few weeks!
Each room in the House Beautiful Whole Home is vastly different, showcasing the unique styles of designers who came together to create this dreamy house in Fredericksburg. In a home built with family in mind, and so many opportunities for conversations, entertainment, and play, one thing is crucial - the owners must have a space to retreat and unwind. This owner’s suite is the perfect place to step away from all the excitement and take time for yourself. From the gorgeous bathtub that overlooks views of the Texas landscape, to the private outdoor shower, and connecting door with private access to the pool - The Owner’s Retreat is the ultimate relaxation spot.
Tasked with designing a media room within the House Beautiful Whole Home in Fredericksburg, TX, but not wanting to settle for a typical ‘screens and seats’ layout, husband-and-wife duo Heather and Matt French of French & French Interiors added multifunctionality and cozy energy to this space by incorporating guest room elements. By adding a hidden pull-out bed, a guest bathroom, an attached closet, and lots of inviting spots to sit down, the designers elevated this hangout space from a boring media room to a welcoming, multi-purpose ‘chill cave.’ aptly named The Jewel Box.
The Tasting Room in the House Beautiful Whole Home is the ideal space for sharing cocktails and stories with loved ones. Armed with the challenge of utilizing a passageway space with lots of doors, designer Jean Liu decided to incorporate modern, artistic vibes both indoors and outdoors. From the Sip Zone, to the Wet Bar, to the outdoor Breezeway, Jean incorporated her signature “warm and edited” style into this space and chose to highlight the work of Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAIP) designers throughout the room. Bringing together notes of brass, pink, black, and white, this stunning Tasting Room is perfect for storing bottles, hosting cocktail parties, or enjoying a nightcap.