To keep the family organized, the home's galley kitchen has plenty of cabinet storage and counter space to accommodate this large family's needs. To the left of the space, a pantry adds storage, while to the right of the space, a refrigerator sits inconspicuously off to the side.
A living room designed by Layla Palmer features a unique sofa table made from a repurposed window shutter. The fireplace is topped with a reclaimed wood mantel, while a sprinkling of candlesticks, houseplants and woven baskets softens the rustic elements.
This contemporary bedroom has a blue and choolate brown color scheme with textured walls and mirrored nightstands. The blue drapes and the leather upholstered headboard add a sense of kuxury to the room
The formal dining room features a barreled ceiling painted in 24k gold leaf and depicting a scene of Alexander the Great conquering Persepolis by Henry Wadsworth Moore. A musician’s balcony overlooks the space and is accessed by a glass door.
Custom Vent Cover Made From Reclaimed Barn Wood from Local Tennessee Farm in Remodeled Kitchen
In this kitchen, elegant simplicity is the name of the game. Old appliances were removed to add new, commercial grade appliances to accommodate the young family. Easy to clean Caesarstone countertops were added to the cabinets, and color was added to the neutral, elegant space by adding colorful kitchen ware. Then, designers added a custom range hood cover made from reclaimed barn wood from a local Tennessee farm, adding texture to the space.
Modern Master Bedroom With Artistic Metal Light Fixture
Gray, white and neutral hues come together to create this serene master bedroom. Two black ottomans with nailhead trim are positioned at the foot of the wool upholstered bed, while a metal sculpted chandelier is featured above. White marble lamps are placed on top of the pair of brown wooden nightstands.
Double Vanity Keeps Master Bathroom Comfortable for Two
A closer look at the sleek wood vanity reveals his-and-her sinks, thus ensuring that each owner has enough room to get ready in the morning. Two prints in black frames further delineate their spaces and infuse the bathroom with visual interest.
Hollywood Style Home Theater at the 2010 HGTV Dream Home
A touch of Hollywood glamour in the home theater at the 2010 HGTV Dream Home transforms a traditional entertainment room into a luxe space for relaxing and movie watching. Frosted glass doors attached to barn door hardware provide privacy during show times. Tripod-mounted steel lamps, outfitted with a milk glass diffuser, can be positioned as needed and provide soft, white illumination.
Master bedroom of the HGTV Dream Home 2014, a vacation getaway located in Truckee, Calif., minutes away from Lake Tahoe. This sitting area in the master bedroom is the perfect place to unwind and relax.
A bio-ethanol fireplace is used in this living room so that it can be easily moved anywhere – including outside during the summer season. Sleek furnishings pair with recessed windows for a minimal modern look, while pendant lights and galvanized pipe shelves lend industrial character to the fireplace.
Green Tile Backsplash Surrounding Stainless Steel Range and Stove Over Stainless Steel Countertop in Midcentury Modern Kitchen
Light from the track lighting, pendant lights and clerestory windows bounces off the stainless steel countertops and appliances in this midcentury modern kitchen. Soft, neutral shades of green tile add color to the room without overpowering the design. Frosted glass cabinets top the lower light wood cabinets.
The walls in this stunning northern California home retract to completely open its interior spaces to the outdoors, connecting the modern, minimal home to its surrounding landscape. Natural materials like the wood ceiling further tie the house to its surroundings, while broad expanses of glass offer uninterrupted views in any weather. A fireplace wall creates a cozy seating area.
Decorating As a Couple to Create the Perfect Bedroom
If you're one half of a couple you know that pulling together a bedroom, whether it's deciding on the wall color, selecting a piece of art or buying your first big-ticket piece of furniture, can quickly go from a fun afternoon outing to a full-on debate. Creating a look that's comfortable and fits both your styles doesn't have to be a struggle. Here are a few design tips to help you create a sanctuary you can both feel great about.
Fun, Eclectic and Durable Living Room in Historic 1930s Home
The owners of this 1930s historic home in Phoenix, Arizona wanted to redesign their space to be fun, eclectic and durable. They needed storage solutions to help keep the family of five organized, so designers added built-in shelves and a built-in drop station to help with that. To add charm to the home, designers brought in trim to finish out the fireplace and the windows, while a brown leather sofa and other simple, fun furniture pieces help to make the space livable and inviting for parents and kids alike.
This beautiful bedroom layers an innovative blend of patterns and textures to create a restful, artistic space. Neutrals in a fun mix of wallpaper and prints serve as the basic backdrop for pops of lavender in the nightstand and accessories.