This view from the foyer highlights the open floor plan of the kitchen. The columns and other architectural details make the space a stylish destination.
Delicious pies are displayed on white ceramic serving dishes in the kitchen.
In keeping with the coastal and beach themed touches, the kitchen backsplash is mosaic tile in oceanic shades of turquoise and green.
A metal basket on top of a small rustic dresser holds diapers and supplies and a wood, framed mirror offers hooks for storage in the newlt renovated nursery.
A new faucet with an apron sink was installed within black marble countertops, which are surrounded by a beveled subway tile backsplash.
A vintage style clock hangs in the corner and a magnolia wreath is framed above a sideboard displaying two lamps and white serving dishes in the dining room.
Joanna used antique pavers from Chicago for the kitchen backsplash and walls. The natural variation in the bricks and dark gray grout are nice touches that augment the kitchen's rustic theme.
This s floor hallway of the HGTV Dream Home 2014, a vacation getaway located minutes away from Lake Tahoe feaures a modern metal banister treatment to lend style to the space.
Elevated above the island's countertop, a gorgeous piece of burl offers a place to set your morning cup of coffee.
Stone fences can add rich texture and detail that accompanies the plants and trees in an outdoor space. This example has a blend of colors as well, using Belgard products.
The same brown ribbon detail used for the drapes was also used on the bedding, with accent pillows in assorted prints and patterns adding comfort and depth to the top of the bed.
Want to add instant luster to your living room this winter? Metallic tables and chairs warmed up with candles and a cozy metallic pillow offer the best of both worlds: industrial chic and comfort.
All that glitters is not necessarily expensive. Gold-trimmed boxes, a gold reindeer and a Greek key gold side table add luster to your living room without an inflated price tag.
An antique milk container reimagined as a lamp tells a design story of the eclectic Asheville scene.
Personal touches -- like knick-knacks, books and art pieces -- make a home feel really personal.
Little details make a difference in a room for company—fresh towels, a vase with flowers
Behind the wet bar, drawbridge styled shelves hold glassware and bar accessories.
A close-up of potted white floral stems on the coffee table in the King home, as seen on Fixer Upper.