To keep its chic femininity this bathroom used sleek features like Caesarstone countertops, a ramp sink and built-in mirror-mounted faucets. An exposed brick wall, traditional wood molding and aged wood floors add extra layers and texture to the transitional space's neutral design.
With vertical shiplap cladding the walls and sunlight pouring in the through the skylights the space ran the risk of feeling cold and sterile but aged wood floors set in a herringbone pattern remedied the situation. The reclaimed wood was salvaged from a 100- year old factory by a company called Authentic Reclaimed located in Georgia and add an old-world charm to the flexible studio.
An aged leather chair and ottoman offer an elegant spot to relax in this contemporary masculine closet. Bright blue LED light panels light up an impressive collection of shoes and are a lovely contrast to the deep, dark wood cabinets and floors.
White walls, ceilings and cabinets enhance the spacious feel of this open kitchen and dining area. Aged hardwood floors add character and warmth to the all-white space. A large wood-burning fireplace boasts bas-relief detail for an Old World look.
The key to making rooms feel well curated and balanced is the proper mix of organic materials. Nearly every element in this room is made from all-natural materials, including the driftwood floor lamps, Belgian-linen upholstery, cotton draperies, rustic wooden nesting tables and aged-brass hardware.
A small breakfast bar provides a spot for eating in this grand, remodeled kitchen. White cabinets and soft gray walls complement the warm wood floors to make the kitchen feel spacious and clean without being sterile. Combining the Carrara Marble subway tiles with the light gray grout gives the marble an aged, but beautiful appearance.
Just off the Mediterranean kitchen is another bar area that gives the homeowners plenty of space for their frequent parties. Underfoot, a tapered French limestone floor gives the kitchen some "ooh-la-la" oomph. The darker cabinets here contrast with the maple wood cabinets in the kitchen, which have an opaque paint glaze called "modeling," giving a leathery effect that plays nicely off the aged metal hardware.