This formerly dark and uninteresting kitchen gets a whole new life with beautiful blue cabinetry, delicate pendants and roman shades with a subtle graphic print. The backsplash is the star of the room: gray tiles in a chevron stripe.
Living Room With Bookshelves, Exposed Beams, & Arched Window
This living room combines rustic elements such as exposed beams, rafters, and trusses with traditional upholstered furniture, modern wood-and-cable stair railings, and a classic arched window that lets in lots of natural light.
A vintage rocking horse (it belonged to the mom of this nursery's resident) is a favorite detail in Baby's room. The vintage vibe was one that guided many of the design choices including the artwork and accessories. Paint color: Sherwin Williams Aloof Gray, Oeuf crib, Anthropologie curtains, Birch Lane bookcase, Homegoods swivel chair, West Elm tree stump table, Etsy pendant light, Rugs Direct rug.
Glamorous Gray Nursery With Chandelier and Pink Accents
Although the client had envisioned a pink, girly nursery, the final result is a glamorous gray space with pink accents that really stand out. A crystal chandelier and nailhead trim around the top of the wall help add a sense of refinement to the room.
In this master bedroom modern farmhouse meets upscale sophistication. Using bold elements like the metal frame canopy bed in conjunction with unexpected light, airy pastels for the color palette, designer Mollie Openshaw was able to create a space that makes a statement, but is also restful and serene.
White Art Deco Master Bedroom Sitting Area With Venetian Mirror
Pops of brassy gold in the nailhead trim on the cushioned armchair, the snakeskin-print pillow and brass floor lamp add visual depth to this master bedroom sitting area. A Venetian mirror adds a touch of traditional elegance.
The living room marries classic and contemporary design — a place where the homeowners could enjoy entertaining their friends, family and business associates. A monochromatic color scheme accented with soft blues and copper achieves the desired contemporary style, while the traditional element comes from taking full advantage of the restored building’s wood paneled walls and architectural details.
An excellent way to keep a deep, rich look without sacrificing light is to choose saturated shades of red then tone them down with an organic texture and a light accent color. Here, the cranberry grass-cloth walls infuse the room with much-needed color, keeping it bright with an all-natural appeal. Alternatively, the cool, blue-gray accents add contrast.
This transitional living room gets its oomph from its funky light fixtures. Their golden hues radiate throughout the room and create an interesting complement with the modern artwork over the fireplace. The colors are soft, muted and have a comfortable and stylish appeal.
A white kitchen doesn't have to be ALL white. Here, designer Andrea Schumacher opted for just two small shelves in lieu of upper cabinets, making the fanciful floral wallpaper the star. For contrast, she chose an emerald green tone from the wallpaper to paint the kitchen's island. The standout green piece complements the blue floral wallpaper, the Murano glass chandeliers, white cabinetry and Carrara marble backsplash.