"For the interior renovation, we designed and changed everything, including the paint, doors, windows, woodwork, shiplap, lighting, flooring, kitchen and bathrooms," notes Wijaya. "We created an open and inviting layout featuring bright and airy rooms and used splashes of color and patterns throughout the home for an eclectic and modern farmhouse look."
Nestled in the middle of built-in bookshelves, a desk with a three-drawer cabinet is the perfect study nook in this teen boy's bedroom. The cubed shelves provide ample storage space for books and treasured possessions.
In the bathroom, Wijaya and her team opted for a vanity top that looks and resembles concrete, but is actually Caesarstone, which Wijaya says bears a resemblance to rugged concrete. Plus, she likes that it's highly durable. And even though the guest house skews more English cottage than modern farmhouse, the shower tile and flooring are of the same kind found in the main house.
From compartmentalized and dated to open and bright with modern twists, this California bathroom gives a nod to the home's mid-century origins. Modern elements like the freestanding tub and vessel sinks mix with eclectic and bohemian touches, including leather cabinet pulls, patterned concrete tile and a traditional carpet.
The last little bit of island luxury in this home: a tub fit for royalty. With its bright yellow stool and a petite yet regal looking chandelier, this bath is exactly what anyone would want to soak in after a long day. Surrounded by miniature tile in a calming blue, this Brooklyn bathroom has a definite European vibe.
Another strategy Olaniyi employs throughout her home is to design every space. This design moment occurs as guests climb the stairs to the home’s second floor. A small landing between stairways becomes an oasis of color and pattern. Here, palm frond wallpaper and a Moroccan-style mirror pair with cowrie shell necklace and a basket of dried foliage to create a distinctly African-inspired look.
The luxurious open-plan kitchen in this California villa features gorgeous blue cabinetry throughout as well as a statement ceiling with exposed beams. The custom vent hood anchors the open-concept room and makes the large space feel cozy and inviting.
What better way to enliven a mundane task like washing, folding and ironing than a brightly colored laundry room? The Lindseys chose a punchy minty-green to accent their hidden-away first-floor laundry area.
Every room in the Lindsey home seems to offer a more spectacular view than the last. A dining room table found at an Atlanta antique show is complemented by pieces from West Elm and Restoration Hardware.
The homeowners wanted a unique look throughout their homes, so designers delivered with touches of texture throughout the home, even in the master bathroom space. Textured concrete adds a fun flair to the space, while a teal tile floor brings color to the space. Finally, a wood vanity adds the finishing touch to this fun master bathroom.
In this kids' bathroom, a skylight lets in plenty of natural light to brighten the space, while bold navy and green accent the space. The vanities are split here, making the space both functional and practical, allowing each child to have his own sink in the space, and wooden stools help the boys reach their sinks. Built-in shelves provide storage in the space, while an alligator shower curtain and zebra striped rug add personality and fun.
Lie in the lap of luxury in this large spa-like bathtub while collecting you thoughts! This spacious modern bathroom projects simplicity, yet in its careful design, it exudes a zen-like appeal. The white subway- tiled wall that frames the tub in the center of the room reflects the light source behind it, giving the room an aura of brilliance, as if heaven awaits you.