The entire sunroom was painted the same neutral color to effectively make the traditional art collection stand out. The Victorian floor tile is a focal point, so smaller sisal rugs were specified for the seating areas.
Plush furniture and throws make this sunroom a cozy spot to relax at the lake house. An upholstered bench doubles as a coffee table, and glass doors provide quite the view and also bring in tons of natural light.
A cute place to sit a wait, this sofa under the stairs is great way to dress up a dull space and add function at the same time. A neutral color ties in well with the room and is accented by oriental pillows.
Clever shoe storage tucked beneath the stairway maximizes space in this traditional Brooklyn, N.Y., townhouse. Dark-stained stair treads and a dark handrail offer pleasing contrast against the crisp bright white trim.
Traditional Bar With Wood Accents and Grand Staircase
This fully-stocked bar is tucked away underneath a curved staircase with a traditional wrought iron railing. Dark brown wood accents are used throughout the space, including the shelving and hand-crafted bar area. Four blue upholstered stools line the bar, providing a comfortable spot for kicking back with a drink.
Entryway Features Arched Front Door, Dark Hardwood Floor & Staircase
The entrance to the home exudes elegance. An arched mahogany front door matches with the hardwood floor and winding staircase. A pair of candelabra chandeliers and a piano nestled in the corner completes the timeless design.
Basement Hall With Natural Rock Arch Doorway, Beige Walls and White Molding Over Hardwood Floor
A natural rock structure frames an arch door and window for a fun, textural, castle-like effect in this basement hall. The rock finish is highlighted by the smooth beige walls surrounding it. Hardwood floors and white molding finish the traditional look.
Classic Traditional White Foyer With Spiral Staircase
Capiz mosaic tile shimmers on the stair risers, adding a coastal look to this traditional foyer. White paneling and a crystal chandelier give the space a classic elegance. Wrought iron balustrades echo the Mediterranean style of the exterior.
To give a wet bar a dose of witty personality, consider an easy DIY project: covering the backsplash area with used corks. "It’s a great conversation-starter,” says Luke Perisich of Blue Sky Building Company. “If anyone asks, just claim you can't remember drinking all those bottles."
The stairway descends upon the entry table, which features a pair of cubed wooden stools underneath and two lamps resting on either side of the horse sculpture. The mirror reflects the striped runner on the stairs.
A traditional white front door leads into a spacious and elegant foyer. Thin windows in the door and a transom window above allows in a lot of natural light, while dark hardwood floors ground the space. A large round mirror helps to bounce light around the room, and a cool geometric-style light fixture adds a contemporary touch.