This bathroom reinvents traditional materials, like marble, into a contemporary style. White and gray marble flooring continues into the shower and up the shower wall. Separate small, black vanities are topped with matching marble. A black framed mirror and small mounted cabinet break up the white painted walls. A neutral rug with purple stripe warms up the floor.
This transitional kitchen remodel from HGTV Star Season 8 for homeowners Jair and Tiffany Paz features a built-in breakfast bar with a custom bar top and stool seating. Designers Abby Vasek, Anne Rue, and Brooks Atwood used plenty of warm neutrals, a window garden, and new glass-front cabinets to soften this kitchen space.
A leaf patterned wallpaper helps to define the space of this build in desk. White cabinets from floor to ceiling provide ample space for organized storage surrounding the lantern-style pendant light. A simple but decorative black chair finishes the space.
This bright bathroom uses the same extra large glass tile on the walls and floor and is paired with a glossy lacquer vanity cabinet. The Carrara Gold marble countertop adds an elegant, organic touch. Using all white is the secret to making this petite bathroom feel twice its size.
The entryway to this home needed to be both elegant and functional, so the designers incorporated pieces that would complement each other instead. The custom-made silver cabinet offers storage for smaller items such as mittens and keys, while the artwork above the piece is in black and white, which supports the neutral color palette of this space and the rest of the house. The two items are tied together with fresh flowers to add muted colors to the space.
A black and white mosaic tile backsplash is the perfect way to create excitement in a small space without overwhelming the overall sleek and clean aesthetic. Stunning contemporary cabinets with chic pulls ground the space, while a built-in bar with upholstered wood stools multifunctions as a dining table and work area. Its sleek white design keeps the space feeling open.
In the kitchen, designers kept the small space feeling bright and open by starting with white walls. They installed slender paneling white paneling to add texture to the space, while "L" shaped cabinets with butcher block countertops add storage and counter space. A slender kitchen island with barstools provides additional functionality in the space with extra counter space and seating. Finally, black and white art create a focal point in the room, while a blue rug gives color and warmth.
For a budget bathroom update, Patti Wagner and her husband replaced the damaged green floor tiles with inexpensive hexagon-shaped white tiles in their Minneapolis home. “The white floor really makes the room look bigger,” says Wagner, a senior product designer for Target. They also maximized the small space by keeping the existing pedestal sink and large medicine cabinet. Towel hooks also are great for small bathrooms, because they don't take up much space and you can place them anywhere, she says.
This kitchen in tones of gray, white, and mint green has a distinctive modern look. Minimalist cabinets offer plenty of storage and the small dinette with upholstered gray seating and contemporary white dining table provides a place to enjoy a light meal or cup of tea. The distinctive lighting fixtures contribute to the modern look. An elegant white flower arrangement in blue vase adds color while the white subway tile backsplash adds visual interest. A separate kitchen island with white counter and matching dark wood adds both style and function.
A posh Paris hotel spa was the inspiration for this master bathroom. The furniture-style cabinets are a replication of French country cabinetry prevalent in the south of France during the 18th century. A stunning wall of candle niches offers pockets of glowing light and the therapeutic benefits of chromotherapy have been incorporated through lighting in the tub and shower areas. Piped-in music and a flat screen television mounted behind a tempered two-way mirror complete the experience.
The homeowners needed an inviting kitchen that could meet their meal prep needs, so they added a large kitchen island in the center of the space. This kitchen island has dark cabinets to compliment the neutral color palette of the rest of the space, as well as add warmth. The island contains a dishwasher, a two sided prep sink and plenty of storage for the family's many cookbooks. A breakfast bar with additional seating has been added for the more casual eating affair.
The cabinets are custom crafted by Benchcraft Custom Woodwork, out of Rift Sawn Oak finished in a warm grey stain. The accented island in grey creates the perfect backdrop for the The Artistic Tile Estrella Silver Blend, adding sparkle and dimension.The Perimeter Stone is Pietra de Cardosa and the island stone is Blanco Karibib edged in a reverse bevel. The bright red Currey Pendants add a touch of whimsy amidst the neutral sophistication while in contrast, The Dorrivracht faucet adds a bit of edginess.
To maintain the 1929 home's historic charm, designers made sure to honor the character of the home while modernizing the kitchen. To do this, they chose clean finishes for the kitchen with the classic, white subway tile, white cabinets, Cristallo quartzite countertops and clear, schoolhouse shades. These details keep the space feeling bright and airy. To maximize the function of the space and give the homeowners the open concept design they desired, designers opened up the wall between the kitchen and dining room to create visual continuity throughout the spaces.
This view shows the close location between bench area and cabinet by the corridor off the great room that leads to the home’s impressive master suite, a very warm space with canopy bed made from iron. Both the corridor and the master bedroom are painted the same rich and warm shade of rust for good flow.
The kitchen of this home needed to have character like the rest of this vintage home so designers added bright, bold colors and mixed shiny, smooth textures with vintage favorites. The bright blue backsplash was one of the flashy, glamorous pieces and by mixing that with more traditional cabinets, the space gets a touch of the old world and the new.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson transformed this once dark and dated dining room into a chic, updated space perfect for entertaining. A new chair rail was added for visual interest and to allow Sarah to install two types of chic beige wallpaper. Dark wood accents in the table, floor and mirror balance the room's primary light, airy color and lend a "steakhouse" feel. Sarah finished the space by closing in an awkward half-wall with antique leaded glass windows repurposed from an old library cabinet.
Mirror covering the cabinet doors gives a unique twist on the traditional mirror setting in a vanity. A simple plastic chair blends into the scene in front of the desk area with crystal fringed lamp. A leopard print carpet adds attitude and life to the room. A bright gold chandelier with crystal details hangs above for a feminine finish.
Fixer Upper Hosts Chip and Joanna Gaines turned the once disastrous room into a bright, clean kitchen with new cabinets, wood floors, Carrera marble countertops and light gray paint with white trim. The old drop ceiling was removed, adding height to the room, and a wooden support beam was added. A subway tile backsplash, floating wood shelves and stainless steel appliances were also installed. Client Clint Harper added the finishing touches to the kitchen by making a beautiful island and vent hood out of reclaimed wood, as seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper.