With a 3,992-square-foot floor plan, three floors, and three bedrooms and two baths, this townhouse gives its owners plenty of room to stretch out. The first level can be treated as a guest space, while concrete steps lead to the main entrance pictured here.
To reflect the openness of the home, no upper cabinets were used in the kitchen. Bright red cabinets are paired with sleek stainless steel countertops, while built-in cabinets around the room offer much-needed storage.
In this dining room, crisp white walls become a canvas for two bright red sconces and a bold piece of artwork. Notice how the banquette below both complements the photograph and creates a striking contrast to the red chairs.
A small home office, featured on HGTV's Design Star, is staged in front of a large picture window. The bright red desk is inspired by an architect's drafting table, and adds a splash of color against mint green walls. A classic desk lamp and molded armchair complete the look.
A cherry-red oven and neutral walls complement the modern streamlined cabinetry in this open kitchen. The large island and matching cabinets and floating shelves offer ample storage in the modern space.
The ultra sleek red kitchen forms the center of this urban home and serves as the place where everyone gathers. Stainless steel is used throughout the space from the range hood to the waterfall countertop, while a contemporary fireplace adds warmth to the space.
Red is consistently used throughout this space to break up the room while also tying it together. The bright red contrasts the white walls and sofa, and bare hardwood floor, but it also unifies the space with a common color.