These young homeowners love to travel, so designers used the couple's travel as the inspiration for the colors and details of their home. The bold golds and reds used to accent the otherwise neutral color palette nod to an Indian or a Moroccan style, while the details, such as the piece of coral and the amethyst geode photographed here bring the couple's love for global galavanting to focus in the design of their home.
The designers left the staircase and fieldstone planter in their original condition, but added a painted wood screen to separate the stairs from the lower-level family room and bedroom, the latter of which is now used as an office. Pushing out the entry door gave the foyer a bit more breathing room, and new porcelain tile flooring updated the look.
Everything about this living room feels comfortable and familiar, yet fresh and clean. And those neutrals — vibrant wood ceiling beams contrasted with pale creams and beiges — simply glow together. Still, I don't think the space would be as engaging without the custom tactile accent wall.
This lovely open plan living and dining area gracefully mixes a number of different materials. Most notably, wide plank Maribou wood floors pair with an exposed brick accent wall for an organic, unfussy feel.
With its strong burst of color, the black, white and gray mosaic tile backsplash breaks up the cool tones of this light blue kitchen The stainless steel appliances enhance the contemporary look. White accents and a sleek white countertop blend effortlessly with the contemporary look.
Layering rugs means you don't have to get one giant one and you can mix and match styles. In this large living room, a colorblock rug fills up most of the floor space; an animal skin rug brings a rustic touch underneath a lounge chair.
This corner home office makes ample use of a small space with built-in shelves and two sleek white cabinets with a matching desk. Gray and white geometric wallpaper lends a funky, midcentury modern vibe, while polished concrete floors complete the look of the space.
Warm exposed brick and ductwork and original wood ceilings are softened by a soothing green color palette in this loft space. Orange accents add just enough vibrancy. Design by HGTV Star contestant Tylor Devereaux
In order to make this mid-century dining room comfortable, the designer made sure to have chairs that could push all the way up to the table's edge leaving a clear walking path. Wooden ceiling beams and chandelier really make this a unique space.
The large island in this Mid-Century Modern kitchen offers ample workspace and provides clear access to activities and conversations in the adjoining living space. Walls of glass connect this modern home to its green surroundings.
This design embraces the size of this kitchen and the asymmetry of the built-in cabinetry by staining some of the cabinets a deep espresso color and leaving the cabinets on the primary wall (with stove and microwave) in a lighter maple. A fun touch visible in this photo is that the end of the peninsula is painted in chalkboard paint. Red accents, including a large clock, add pops of color throughout the space.