A bi-level water feature rests beside this modern outdoor dining space, creating a beautiful vignette and connecting the home to the creek that runs beside it. A slatted wood roof covers the patio without blocking the verdant view.
Stacked Stone Walls Create Interest in Modern Living Area
This project sought to blur the lines between indoors and out. All stone exterior walls feature stone on the interior too. A limited color palette keeps the stone-clad home from looking chaotic or busy.
Walnut Dining Table With Mid Century Modern Chairs
While this dining room may seem minimalistic, the walnut dining table with chrome legs combines with the glass orb chandelier, gas fireplace and midcentury modern dining chairs to create a sophisticated design.
The middle floor of this San Francisco home includes a dining area, kitchen and living room, its open-floor plan extending the complete length of the house. Here, gray armchairs ground the airy lightness of the white rug, sofa and walls.
Designer Kerrie Kelly updated this living space with a club-like look using color, texture and modern furnishings. The sitting area, created with four matching accent chairs in yellow and a center coffee table in wood, invites family and guests to gather for good conversation or perhaps a night of games. The cool gray tones of the tray ceiling, industrial light fixtures and whitewashed brick add dimension and contrast against the sleek furnishings.
Living Room's Neutral Color Palette Reflects the Natural Beauty of the Surrounding Mountains
Designers wanted to capitalize on the beautiful mountain views outside the windows, so they kept the interior design neat, crisp and simple, yet still elegant. The living room in this space is no exception to that vision. Lots of windows allow plenty of natural light into the space, allowing patrons of the room to see outdoors to the beautiful mountain views. The light reflects off the gray walls, bringing the natural green tint of the trees indoors. Blue and gray furniture occupies this space and highlights the natural hues of the mountainside, making the living room feel as if it were a part of the mountains that surround it.
A wall of industrial-style étagères provide for both art display and storage in this home office. Reclaimed teak wood sculptures placed atop lacquered display pedestals connect the room to outdoor spaces.
A linear pendant illuminates a contemporary pedestal table and black dining chairs in this modern dining room, expertly designed by Angelica Henry. Dramatic modern art and a buffet cabinet in soft gray further accentuate the designer's minimalist approach that allows the beauty of each piece to be amplified.
Modern Basement Rec Room From Sarah Sees Potential
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, a cinder block wall was removed to create this open and bright basement entertainment area. Sarah installed new wood paneling below the chair rail, neutral modern furnishings and heated Brazilian slate floors for a durable space that will accommodate a growing family of four.