This beautiful retreat celebrates handmade and textural accents. Wood-paneled walls, smooth hardwood floors, a custom wet bar and fireplace create an elegant seating area to unwind at the end of the day.
Wood paneled walls surround a cozy nook with a built-in bench. Small pink pillows bring out the color of a painting hanging on the wall. Brown mosaic tiled floors look lovely paired with the wood paneling.
This living room's rich wood paneled walls bring warmth and sophistication to the space. A gorgeous red sofa and colorful patterned textiles add a dose of fun to the formal room and keep it from feeling stuffy.
Wood-paneled walls with a chalkboard paint inset add character to this traditional dining room. A wood buffet table topped with white candles offers storage space for dinnerware, just steps from the round dining table that seats four.
In the living room, it's easy to see the designers' thoughtful juxtaposition of sleek and natural materials. A black granite fireplace is framed by the alder wood paneled accent wall. The ceiling of the space angles up enhancing its open feel.
The location of this house, in the heart of a bustling resort town, demanded that special attention be paid to acoustics. The walls are built with insulated concrete forms: a wall assembly nearly 20 inches thick, comprised of a poured concrete core, continuous from footing to roof, wrapped in insulating foam and topped with cedar planks. These walls provide excellent thermal insulation and an extremely low sound transmission, even in the galley kitchen.
A vintage American schoolhouse table from the 1920s is repurposed as the desk in this study. A black leather Eames chair, simple linen Roman shades and box-shaped lamps ensure the neutral transitional room retains a masculine feel.
Dark gray paneled walls surround this transitional library, creating a cozy, comfortable space. A leather nail-head-studded sofa is flanked by two pivoting sconces and rough iron bookshelves for study necessities. A large framed art piece behind the sofa adds a pop of color to the space's neutral palette.
A traditional Persian rug, large-scale modern artwork and a wood-paneled wall give this open, airy family room a homey, transitional feel. A mod sectional sofa offers plenty of seating for guests, while an Eames lounge chair takes advantage of the view and natural light offered by a wall of windows.
This reclaimed wood bathroom in a oceanside home is inspired by driftwood washing up on the beach. The rustic-feeling space mixes multiple materials and textures in earth tones, creating a nuanced and calming space. High, white ceilings and a large window keep the space from looking too dark.