While simple in its tones, this master bedroom has tons of visual impact! The fireplace feels warm and inviting, and white and gray linens keep the space feeling fresh and clean. Adding to its charm, the room features an exposed beam ceiling, beautiful windows and comfy armchairs around the fireplace.
This light and bright living room features an exposed beam vaulted ceiling with gray stone fireplace that serves as the focal point for the newly remodeled space. The pass-throughs on either side of the fireplace provide a logical flow between the two spaces and attractive sight lines.
The pass-throughs on either side of this gray stone fireplace provide attractive sight lines and a logical flow between the living room and sunroom. Exposed beam vaulted ceilings contribute to the room's open concept, while a plush gray sofa and neutral armchairs provide cozy spots for relaxing.
The large gray stone fireplace surround is a great texture combination against the high wood ceilings and exposed beams effectively fitting the farmhouse style of the home. Plush neutral furniture, a neutral area rug, and natural wood details create a calm and homey look.
Dark gray/blue walls create a deep background for the bright red accent pieces in this bedroom design. The high, white ceiling balances the bold color blocking. Red bed linens, a red armchair and a blue rug with white stars bring a patriotic feel to the design.
Designed by Tom Beasley this guest bedroom is exuding with opulent details. High ceilings are accented with a stunning pearl gray statuesque headboard which highlights the gray ceiling beams. The gray palette is complimented with lush gold drapes that flows over into the lamp and linens.
This traditional living room, a room makeover from HGTV's Flip or Flop, projects an upscale French style both in its color scheme and ornate furniture and accessory selections. The color palette includes white, silver and shades of gray, while the soft green in the pillows, throw and faux greenery mirror the colors seen from the window for a soft blend of hues.
"We utilized two dividers in this room — the screen with its starburst pattern provides privacy and a beautiful look-through to a small garden, while the fireplace gives shape and structure to an otherwise open space," say designers Guy and Karen Vidal, owners, Design Vidal, Silver Lake, California.
This fresh bedroom features a blue and white floral wallpaper accent wall, as well as an exposed beam ceiling and brass sconces. And exposed beam ceiling adds a rustic touch, while a gray nightstand with a vase of red flowers completes the look of the space.
A vaulted ceiling with exposed beams gives farmhouse charm to this living room. The style is kept vibrant and fresh with pops of color and graphic patterns livening up the predominantly gray and white palette.