To make the kitchen and dining room look cohesive, Bria Hammel Interiors pulled in another wicker chair with a blue plaid cushion. A print in a gold frame completes this corner and speaks to the pretty pendants over the island.
A closer look at the living room fireplace reveals a custom shiplap surround, which Bria Hammel Interiors added to breathe new life into the old feature. Meanwhile, two chairs with a small blue pattern complement the artwork and the area rug.
Knowing that the owners had a new baby on the way, Bria Hammel Interiors wanted this master bedroom to be especially quiet and calming. Thus, they outfitted the space with striped curtains, a tufted bench and nightstands in soothing shades of blue.
Because the home has a smaller footprint, Bria Hammel Interiors put a lot of thought into every little detail. For example, the mudroom floors are both functional and fun, with gray and white pennytile that's easy to clean and that nods the owners' playful personalities.
Because this historic Tudor home has such great bones, Bria Hammel Interiors focused on increasing the functionality of each room. In the kitchen, this meant reorienting the space towards the back of the house and making way for spacious countertops, state-of-the-art appliances, an island and a dining area.
The inspiration for this room is the bright and vibrant piece of art in the background. The clients used to live in South America and picked this piece of art while living there. It immediately gave the color direction for the space and bridged the taste of the husband who loves calm neutral colors and the wife who loves bright and vibrant color schemes. With two adorable little girls in the house, and the parents who entertain often, this room needed to be family friendly while still having a sophisticated feel for their guests.
In this brilliantly lit sunroom, a large dining table is centrally located instead of typical sunroom furniture. A multitude of windows and a rustic brick floor gives the dining room an alfresco vibe, bringing the outdoors in. Exposed ceiling beams complement the neutral room's woodwork and moldings.
The inspiration for this room is a bright and vibrant piece of art the clients brought back from South America. The space bridges the taste of the husband, who loves calm neutrals, and the wife, who loves bright and vibrant color schemes. The homeowners, parents of two young girls, needed this room to be family-friendly while still having a sophisticated feel for their guests.
Chef-grade appliances underscore top-notch details that went into this beautiful transitional kitchen's design. A herringbone brick floor, Shaker-style cabinetry and a diamond-pattern backsplash all contribute to the soothing neutral palette.
Custom-colored cabinetry and a rusty red floor add an element of surprise to this country-inspired transitional kitchen. The large kitchen island is topped with a durable stainless steel countertop and paired with three barstools for dining in. Stainless steel appliances and an eye-catching pendant light up the kitchen's style quotient.
Home to two little girls and parents who love to entertain, this room needed to be family-friendly while still having a sophisticated feel for their guests. The curvy lines of the whitewashed console table are elegant but relaxed. Tufted cube ottomans are stowed below for extra seating.