Classic bungalow appeal with a modern twist and thoughtful landscaping gives this home a contemporary look that sets the stage for the rest of the home’s urban style. “The bungalow lifestyle is set back into nature and it’s cozy,” says interior designer Brian Patrick Flynn.
A 100+ year old bungalow kitchen was completely gutted and refitted with the latest appliances while maintaining a historical look. The marble kitchen island is a gathering space for guests while the gas range is perfect for cooking a meal. The white tile backsplash provides modern flair against the vintage cabinets.
Tile set in a herringbone pattern in the shower offers a look that resembles whitewashed wood, adding an elegant touch of rusticity in this bathroom. A slipper tub, glass chandelier and rug add to the style of the space.
Adding a quilt and throw on top of everyday bed linens creates an extra cozy bed to land in at night. Layers of neutral tones and a small pop of mustard are the key to keeping a room with minimal color from feeling too one-note.
A sustainable Craftsman exterior with architectural details like tapered front columns showcases a modern take on the Arts and Crafts style. HardieShingle siding covers the body of the house, which is painted in Sherwin-Williams' Renwick Olive hue, while a stone walkway completes the classic Craftsman look for this home.
A sleek white white fireplace is the focal point of this eclectic living room. A mix of patterns and textures is paired with contemporary furniture to create a cozy, welcoming environment. The natural raw wood coffee table brings character to the room.
Brown floral wallpaper and a soft mix of contemporary and traditional pieces bridge the gap between this Florida home's contemporary aesthetic and traditional architecture. Berman Rosetti ottomans rest on a rug by Wool and Silk.