Bring more natural light into your kitchen by cutting open the second floor to create a double height space. At the top of the double height space is a very large window, which allows light to flood in. Natural light is key to all of our projects.
The bright pop of yellow that this coffee table brings to the room is actually a tempering influence, as it is one of the few solid colors, devoid of pattern, to be found in the room. The power of the yellow helps it to stand out amid the patterned details.
Instead of the time-consuming chore of stringing endless Christmas lights, save yourself some time and just line your porch stairs (or the porch itself) with luminaries (battery-powered candles are safest) and pretty glass or plexi vessels filled with ornaments. When Christmas is over, remove the ornaments but keep the winter-themed deer luminaries.
As seen on HGTV's hit show Buying and Selling, Drew and Jonathan Scott have designed a space that is bright and airy. Lots of natural light comes into the room through the large window to the right, while the reflective chandelier hanging from the ceiling helps to make the room even brighter. The bright feeling is aided even further by the metallic lamps that reflect light back into the room. The yellow accents bring to mind rays of sun, while the light walls and white furniture and carpet help give the space a clean look.
With two skylights and windows that flood the room with lots of natural light, the bright and inviting master bath offers the perfect space to take an invigorating shower or enjoy a relaxing soak in the freestanding tub.
The ceiling detail in this Tuscan inspired kitchen is what offers a unique way to brighten a space. By adding a coat of shiny metallic paint to the ceiling offers reflection of the recessed lighting in this elegant kitchen to create a dramatic look that isn't costly or time-consuming to put together.