Shades of neutral tones on the floor tile compliment the coloring of the marble countertop. The large wood-base island provides space for eating, cooking and washing in the sink. Taupe bar chairs tie in the darkest shade of the floor tile and counter the bright, white framework of the room.
A built-in bar leads to a glass-enclosed wine cellar that's separated from the room's seating area by a high-gloss piano, turning this Los Angeles living room into a nighttime hotspot. A gray sectional sofa provides ample seating. Bright shots of blue and green pop against neutral walls and floors.
A neutral color scheme and bright lighting accentuate the spacious layout of this eat-in kitchen. The traditional look of the cabinets and range hood are livened with contemporary bar chairs in a bright blue hue. Darker tiles in the backsplash stand out and compliment the copper range hood cover and the dark base of the pendant lights.
Chevron wallpaper by Schumacher and abstract prints from Four Hands Art Studio give the room major presence, as do a teak table with a slatted base from Wisteria and molded plastic chairs from Industry West. Gold touches, including a chandelier from Lamps Plus and a bar cart from Pier 1, take it to next-level glam.
A dark hardwood floor looks beautifully rich against the bright white cabinets, backsplash and walls in this spacious kitchen. The island base provides an unexpected pop of blue to accent the room. Black bar chairs circle the island for an eat-in set up at the polished white countertop shining under a pair of globe pendant lights.
The light reflects off the polished and metallic surfaces in this beautiful contemporary kitchen in Chicago. The dark base of the long island is a great contrast to the white marble countertop and built-in white cabinetry. A shining backsplash is a gorgeous modern twist and red bar chairs add a pop of bright color.
A soft blue wall color keeps this kitchen space looking light and open. A cutout section houses a stainless steel range hood framed by built-in white cabinets and a gray and white tile backsplash. The large white bar in the foreground has a cutout fit perfectly for storing the barstools with brass bases and wood seats.
Two globe pendant lights add a pop of color to the gray and white color scheme of this kitchen design. Bar chairs with gray seats and a wood base blend the cool toned look of the kitchen with the warm hardwood floor. The sleek finishes and stylish large tile backsplash give a polished look to the room.
To create separate storage for each person in this master bathroom, two top wall cabinets were added on each side of the double vanity with adjustable shelves and convenient outlets. In the center, base cabinet drawers offer storage for common items. Towel bars placed under each sink provide easy access with a shelf below for extra towels.
The rough-hewn walls and brick ceiling lend an old-world elegance to this sitting area off the wine cellar in this 11,400-square-foot California estate. Sleek glass doors and a chic bar cart bridge the old with the new and give a nod to the home's contemporary interior design. A lantern overhead fits the nature of the space.
Go on, slam-dunk your towels into Simple Human’s x-frame laundry hamper, it can take it. The hamper is made from heavy-gauge steel bars, and has a wide, non-skid base to keep it stable. It has handles so you can pick the whole thing up to take it to the washer, and politely folds flat for storage.
This home was designed by Rich Graves of Altius Design and Barb Cooke of Cooke Interiors Studios, and it features a generous floor plan with 3 levels. Inside, guests will find an open kitchen, dining space, living room, wine cellar, game room and wet bar. In other words? There's no lack of space to bring people together!
To minimize the presence of the stair in the hallway the designer eliminated the need for the outer stringer. Instead, they cantilevered the tread supports from a single stringer located adjacent to the wall. The treads themselves are sandblasted acrylic mounted to a pair of tapered steel angles. The tread design allows for maximum light to pass through to the space below. Glass infill panels create the guard at both the stair rail and surrounding guards. With the use of 2 layers of laminated glass no top rail was required at the guard locations. To support the glass, steel bar stanchions span between floors levels, adding an element of continuity to the various levels of the stacked stair. High levels of precision were required during the detailing and construction process to maintain absolute alignment between 3 levels as the stairway extends from upper bridge to the basement.