A window above this master bedroom's built in window seat allows natural light to illuminate the space. Neutral upholstery covers the bed and headboard, while white floating nightstands are positioned on either side. A bench seat sits at the foot of the bed.
Lounge chairs with neutral cushions are positioned next to this backyard pool, creating the perfect spot for relaxing. The adjacent cabana area provides a bit of shade, while tropical plants decorate the backyard.
Perfect for casual weekend living, this Hamptons beach-house dining/family room has a close connection to the kitchen, as well as to outdoor living areas. Glass doors on the ground level slide all the way into the walls, opening the family/dining room and living room to an expansive deck area. The rooms can be entirely open or protected from mosquitoes with a screen system, allowing for summer breezes, ample entertaining areas and restoring connections to nature. “A consistent — but not overwhelming — thread of blue follows throughout these ground level spaces: blue kitchen cabinets, blue custom rug and touches of blue walls,” note the architects.
Walnut cabinetry pairs with streamlined white countertops in this Scandinavian-inspired kitchen. Open shelves keep glasses handy and allow for an airy, bright feel. Vertical rectangular white tiles make for a striking backsplash.
The L-shaped tufted bench makes a vibrant statement against the bold, thick wall stripes in this breakfast nook. The kelly green coloring of the bench compliments the floral wall art mounted above. Clear plastic chairs are seated on the opposite side of a modern oval dining table. An orange floral centerpiece and brass light fixture finish the chic design.
The contemporary home office serves as a bright and bold jewel box at the front of the home. A coffered ceiling nods to traditional style, while the oversized geometric light fixture adds a modern touch.
Natural light floods this guest room thanks to the large bay window. A pair of orange lumbar pillows and a matching bench at the foot of the bed bring a pop of color to the soft gray palette, and a sparkling light fixture above adds a touch of glam to the design.
This sweet little girl's nursery will also be used as a guest room when the family has guests stay the night, so designers added a plush, teal velour sofa that anchors the long wall of the nursery and doubles as a sofa bed when the need arises. To add symmetry to the space, bookcases on either side of the sofa add toy storage, and sconces add light to the space, while not posing a tip-over threat to the little one.
This masculine media room is fully clad in walnut cabinets that give the space a comfortable, yet truly modern feel. This sophisticated space doubles as a guest bedroom, with a Murphy bed that folds down out of the wall, adding extra functionality to this room.
Ultra-white, black-brown and sand tones transform a multipurpose room into a tranquil space that doubles as an at-home office and a cozy spot for guests to sleep. Accented by a muted tonal mix, the room's organic textures add visual depth.
This media room does triple duty: first as a media room, with plenty of shelving to store DVDs, books and CDs; second, as an office, and third as a guest bedroom. A stylish and practical Murphy bed folds down over the couch to give this minimalist apartment extra functionality without sacrificing style.
This multi-purpose room has clever tricks up its sleeve. The space functions as a home office most of the time, but when overnight guests are in town, a Murphy bed comes down between the bookcases. Built-in cabinets double as office storage and sleek nightstands. If the room needs more floor space, the desk also flips up to be flush with the zebrawood millwork.