photo: Gary Wilson

gldDSi offers complete home design, impeccable detailing and finishes

Our fearless approach to customization makes for outstanding quality.

An understanding of materials and technology allows

gldDSi to create first-of-a-kind products

     the 96” tempered “blind” glass doors above and in the master bath shower

     below is the first-in-the-nation to top-mount “bowl-on-counter” glass sink  c1990

 photo: Loren Nelson

demanding attention to details:  

     lighting and mechanical systems blended with the architecture

     decorative trims double as air-handling vents

     toe-kicks conceal air supply

Rumford fireplace, framed by a much larger masonry opening, is illuminated with concealed track-lights to give visual warmth.  We believe skylight wells should glow day or night; and, fireplaces should be warm and attractive with or without fire.

 

We see the finished project in the concept and work closely with contractors to achieve outstanding results.

The amazing combed-grain veneer for this butlers pantry, adjoining command center, and kitchen was sliced from a single log, discovered following a two-month-long world-wide search.  The patterned stone backsplash is free of clutter by placing receptacles in a continuous plug-strip just above the stone.  Task-lighting is placed behind cabinet doors and aimed toward the wall.  Photo on right is viewed through the pass-thru to kitchen, which can be closed-off by lowering the stone backsplash.

The ceiling lights are properly aligned with cabinet doors; canopy mounted MR11 are connected to remote transformers.  This technique was the logical solution given the tight-spacing of joists. 

The beauty of a room should never be compromised by the thoughtless placement of equipment.

gldDSi creates ART in home design by leaving nothing to chance.

 photo Gary Wilson          

 ©1999gldDSi

We recently enhanced this beautiful master bath

by creating a new “Dragonfly over Koi Pond”© rug.