This light and bright living room features soft neutral and teal tones throughout with dark brown wood accents, like the built-in bookshelves, serving as a contrast. A set of French doors and a bay window allow natural light to filter into the space, while a curved neutral sectional sofa offers a cozy place for relaxing.
This spacious kitchen features white cabinets, including several with backlit glass front doors. A gray kitchen island features a gray and white marble countertop that is also used throughout the rest of the kitchen, while a natural wood plank ceiling finishes off the look of the space.
Wood sections create a unique coffered look over this large study. A full-wall built in bookshelf frames the desk with mint green leather office chair. Light tan leather chairs surround a table for extra work space or game playing. A brown leather sofa set against the large sliding glass door faces out to the open room.
This elaborate sitting room features wall-to-wall wood panels paired with a detailed tin ceiling and soft yellow trim. Oversized pintucked armchairs boast a bold striped pattern, while two dark brown square coffee tables offer room for traditional decor. A bay window and two sets of French doors allow natural light to flood the space.
The living room brings in cottage elements from the white wood beam ceiling to slipcovered sofas. The stacked stone fireplace adds a rustic note to the room, while glass-front cabinets flank the fireplace for pretty storage. French doors lead out to an intimate courtyard and pool area.
The Blount's new living room is serene with a light gray-green paint, a new built-in, and distressed wood floors, as seen on Fixer Upper. A wall once prevented guests from entering directly from the front door and another separated the living room from the dining room.
Sliding glass doors open onto the back porch, where a wicker rocking chair and bench invite a leisurely afternoon of reading. The wood deck and large columns echo those at the front of the house, and so ensure that the home feels cohesive from start to finish.
Designer Rodney Tassistro created this high-end cottage style kitchen featuring solid wood countertops, custom cabinetry and open shelving. Traditional leaded glass cabinet fronts contrast with a very modern polished wooden countertop and backsplash. The diamond pattern inset into the glass cabinet doors adds interest but still keeps the light and airy look of the open shelving on the opposite wall. The space above the cabinetry is a great spot for the homeowners to display favorite pottery and accessories.
A large velvet sectional adds a darker hue to the crisp white backdrop of this cottage living room. A black leather chair and white wood stools add extra seating and contribute texture to the design. Blue-framed French doors open into the front yard and allow natural light to flood the room.
This Pacific estate features a textured stone exterior giving it a castle-like feel. Layered roof levels peak over arched window frames. An arched front door shape echoes the window shape and ads a warm wood detail to the cool tones of the exterior look. Matching stone steps lead from the home to the sidewalk.
Tucked away next to a glass shower door is this unusual floating vanity in brown wood that continues the modern theme for this beachside home. The designer, TriplePoint Design Build, laid mosaic tile as a backsplash between the mirror and vanity and installed a modern lighting fixture on the mirror itself. A chrome towel bar and faucet blend in with the look.
Blue-framed French doors open out to the front yard from this lovely cottage living room. A gray velvet sectional faces the glass coffee table and charming white brick fireplace. In addition to the brick fireplace and the wall that surrounds it, the white paneled ceiling with exposed wood beams adds texture to the room.
A springtime palette of pink, green and yellow is paired with a brown wood and glass door on a home built in 1820 in historic Madison, Ga. The plants, including oakleaf hydrangeas and ferns, and wreath were selected by Debbie Accetturo of Le Petit Jardin, a floral design and event planning business in Madison.
The main house of the building, sitting directly in the middle of the guest rooms, is a communal space where guests come to check in, eat and relax outside of their rooms. Just in through the front door, the space begins with this beautiful dining room. The forest-feel comes immediately through in this space with its color palette of warm browns and greens. The extendable table, which seats as many as 10 guests, is flanked by the hidden star of the show: an exquisite black armoire that accents the deep green of the wall, while the grain of the wood adds pattern and texture to the room.
The first thing guests see when they walk through the front door? Soaring ceilings, recessed lighting and a metal-and-wood staircase that leads to the home's second level. Because the condo has such an open floor plan, the designers used large area rugs to visually give the owners a distinct "dining room" and "sitting area."
This elegant sitting room boasts a royal air with a lovely white and cream color palette. Inward facing sofas padded with plush throw pillows create cozy seating in front of the white fireplace with accent panel extending from the mantel. Glass and metallic tables add airy decor to the room while hardwood floor and crossing wooden ceiling beams add a warm foundation. Gold curtains pull pack to reveal outside access through glass doors.
An intimate and zen-like outdoor living space greets guests before they enter the home. This space connects the exterior of the home to the interior using floor-to-ceiling glass and steel windows and an all-glass interior front door, blurring the lines between the indoors and out. Upon stepping through the interior door, guests are welcomed into an architectural masterpiece that is built with the use of indigenous materials: rammed earth, concrete, copper, wood, steel and glass.
This elegant brick two story draws the eyes of passers by. Its wraparound porch highlights the heigh of the home, while the archway that lies front and center of the porch brings out the beauty of the rich wood door, and the perfectly symmetrical lawn brings an orderly class to the place. All these features come together to make an elegant aesthetic masterpiece.