This boy's red and white bedroom was designed to match his love of LEGO bricks. It includes a red and white striped area rug with matching cornice, a white window seat with cabinet storage, a clear acrylic play table, a blue and white striped bed with custom pillows, and a creative bundle hanglamp pendant light that looks a group of light bulbs suspended from red strings.
Steps from the master bedroom sits a modern, neutral en suite bathroom. The entire wall features a lengthy double vanity with white counters and brushed nickel details, from the faucets to the cabinet hardware. Opposite the vanity, across the slate tile flooring, sits a small powder table and covered chair. A spacious tub with mosaic tile wall is positioned at the end of the bathroom.
A built in entertainment center with mesh door cabinets is tucked into the wall leaving open floor space for seating. A thick wood bench with brown leather seat cushion sits low, keeping the view to the television open. Red curtains frame wood french doors adding a warm tone color to compliment the wood elements. A tile surround and wood mantel give a decorative finish to the fireplace.
Just after the entry but before we get to the living space, is the heart of the home, our kitchen. No compromises were made in this surprisingly expansive kitchen designed by Randy Jones of Incredible Tiny Homes whose motto is "Choose Tiny, Live Free." Not only is there a stained planked wood ceiling, it also houses a full-size refrigerator, range and farmhouse sink. I’m especially drawn to the way the gray upper cabinets compliment the blue lower cabinets against the wood butcher block counters. Last but not least, the ladder takes us to the tiny home master.
Tall draperies to match the high ceilings create drama in this elegant living area. A floral rug adds color and vitality, accentuating the solid-colored elements found throughout the room. A rustic media cabinet at texture and interest to the space while keeping the television hidden from view.
As seen on Home Town, the Burks residence has been fully renovated by hosts Ben and Erin Napier. After renovations, the living room has completely changed now that the main wall between the living room and dining room has been removed. A low wall next to the fireplace has been left that now acts as a bookshelf and china cabinet on the dining side,
Blue, green and gray swirls in this granite kitchen island give the appearance of flowing water. Backless, color-blocked bar stools are pulled up to the island to make a cozy dining space. Modern accents like the reflective hood, metallic pendant lights and chrome cabinet hardware add more bling to this sleek space.
This old colonial home had many smaller rooms that needed to be opened up and integrated to make the space more usable for a modern day family. Floating glass shelves add a contemporary touch to the white brick backsplash of this transitional kitchen. Dark brown countertops are paired with white cabinets for a striking contrast.
This luxurious, modern style home in Austin, TX, isn't short on design details. The stunning galley kitchen offers plenty of space for seating with a long, marble-topped island and white oak cabinets. The polished concrete floors with modern print rug lead naturally into the next room, divided by espresso-colored interior wood siding.
A floating double vanity with sleek styling and a white finish is topped by twin medicine cabinets in this gray-and-white, contemporary master bathroom. Marble floor tile laid in a herringbone pattern complements white subway tile on the walls, forming a clean color palette that's crisp and modern.
This open-plan contemporary white kitchen features rich wood flooring plus a large quartz kitchen island with waterfall countertop and space for eating. Large, black conical pendant lights hang over the island while recessed lighting illuminates the rest of the space. The kitchen also features white Shaker cabinets, an oversize stainless steel refrigerator and an attractive stainless steel range hood.
A gray sofa and dark hardwood floor add some depth to the light and airy look of this living room. Antler accessories, a geometric light fixture and a mixture of wall art add intriguing lines to the design. A neutral cabinet and simple white end tables work to create a clean, midcentury modern look.
An oversized area rug visually elongates the dining room, as well as balances out the dark wood of the cabinets. Meanwhile, a table with eight chairs anchors the space and provides plenty of elbow room for guess.
In another guest bathroom, designers anchored the space in blue-gray vanity cabinets and a white countertop. This clean look helps to connect this space to the rest of the home's spaces. To finish off this bathroom, a gray and white marble floor and a gray and white tile border around the mirror add warmth to the room's design.
Neutral and black stripes form a peak design on the wallpaper encompassing this bathroom. A leopard print roman shade adds a contrasting pattern while keeping with the color scheme. A traditional white vanity cabinet is situated below a rope framed mirror. A circular mirror light fixture gives the room a bright, reflective detail.
A rustic kitchen with white cabinets around the main section to keep the space light and bright. An undermount sink, marble backsplash, arched pantry door and industrial stove round out the high-end amenities in this beautiful space.
Dark wood cabinets and kitchen island provide beautiful contrast in this bright white kitchen. Topped with white marble, the kitchen island includes a prep sink, dining area set for four and four pendant lights above for ample lighting. French doors open up to the patio to invite indoor-outdoor living.
Exposed wood beams highlight the elongated look of this spacious kitchen and compliment the natural wood finish of the cabinet. A large island provides polished counter space for working and eating. Leather bar chairs blend with the calm color scheme and cool, contemporary style. Large black pendant lights hang over the island adding a heavier element against the airy, while walls.