Polished marble floors, a curved staircase and modern Swarovski crystal chandelier brings the ultimate in elegance to this Tennessee foyer. The luxury home features six bedrooms and seven baths, with a lakeside location in College Grove, Tennessee.
This charming scene sits at the entrance to the master bedroom suite. The designers layered the simple palette with unusual textures: white shiplap paneling, a citron twig mirror and a vintage-inspired settee.
A sliding door creates a welcoming, open entrance to the bright and sunny master bedroom. A texture cream area rug transitions the hardwood flooring to the white bedroom furniture. Plush pillows pad the upholstered headboard with a small black and white floral pillow throwing a touch of contrast over the white details.
The exterior of this 5-bedroom, 7-bathroom home in Potomac, Maryland is grand enough. But wait until you peek inside. There's a cathedral-like foyer, marble floors and a lavish atrium with a wading pool!
This crisp white, contemporary master bedroom features a white furniture and neutral wood accents for a sophisticated and peaceful vibe. Black-framed glass doors create a private entrance to the sunny patio and fill the room with natural light
As seen on HGTV's Love It or List It, the new master bedroom replaces the old office/bedroom. The original window has been enlarged to create a set of double doors with luxuriant window treatments that open onto the backyard. Several large wardrobes line the wall facing the bed, providing lots of storage. The doorway entrance was also moved further down the hall to accommodate the new door entrance into the room.
The entrance to this long master bedroom is in the middle of one wall, so designer Claire Paquin created a layout with two separate zones on either side of the entrance — one for sleeping and one for relaxing. A large piece of artwork centered on the outside wall acts as a focal point and helps merge the spaces together. Matching chandeliers and a long, continuous rug also help to connect the two spaces.
This new dining room is shown complete with new lighting and floors. The walls from the kitchen and a bedroom have been removed to create an open concept living space. A new railing separates the old entryway from the new dining area.
The entryway of this loft apartment exudes style with a lucite console table, contemporary wall art and a vase of flowers. The adjacent living room was subdivided to create a bedroom, and a floating staircase was added to the newly extended second floor.
The home's old entrance was transformed into this gorgeous master bedroom complete with windows on either side of the bed, allowing natural light to illuminate the space. New drywall, molding and hardwood flooring were added and the walls painted in a neutral gray.
Jaws will definitely drop when guests see the imperial staircase in this Greek Revival-style foyer. Carved wooden banisters have a dramatic effect as they climb towards the home's second level, which includes four bedroom suites, a game room, home office and bar.
For a grand entrance, the master bathroom is equipped with glass-front French doors. In addition to making the space feel larger, this allows natural light to flow in and out from the bathroom’s three windows and into the attached bedroom.
This beautiful, brick and stone townhome in Brookhaven, GA, offers 3800 sq. ft. of contemporary design, with two bedrooms and four-and-a-half baths. The home features a two-car garage lined with stone, a private staircase leading to the main entrance, and striking oversized windows.
In the master bedroom, designers have created a focal point in this elegant, neutral space. The wood accent wall brings texture and dimension to the contemporary bedroom, while light, neutral fabrics and an animal skin rug add softness to the space. A large window allows in plenty of natural light, and a modern table in the entryway provides additional storage.
This delightful bedroom is a wonderful example of the home's cheeky twist on farmhouse style. A barn door entrance goes graphic with different colored woods and a center row of lighting. Inside the room, pops of color leap out everywhere and the bedside sconces cut cool angles.
Before Chip and his team's redesign, the only way to the Struves' home office was through their bedroom. Chip created an entrance to the office that is all its own so that clients and guests do not have to enter through the couple's private space. See it at hgtv.com.