Exquisite, carved wood cabinets and a neutral stone floor with mosaic tiles combine to create this breathtaking, Mediterranean kitchen. Custom details, like a mosaic tile backsplash shelf, make this a truly one-of-a-kind space.
The living room mixes together shades of blue, pink and green for a mood that's peaceful, but not at all bland. Shape plays a big role in the room's look as well, with geometric table lamps and an unusual, carved cabinet.
This spacious eat-in kitchen features rich cherry wood cabinets paired with pure white countertops and sleek stainless steel appliances. A small dining table lined with metal chairs provides a casual space for eating, while a natural carved wood chandelier hangs above.
This cottage style cream kitchen uses carved cabinets and pendant lighting to add dimension. A granite kitchen island splits the space into two parts and provides plenty of preparation and cooking space.
Blue and turquoise accents are sprinkled throughout the living room, a lively contrast to the neutrals walls and furnishing. Textures bring in further visual interest, from the carved cabinet to the fur throw draped across the contemporary red chair.
Hickory wood cabinetry extends 10 feet to the ceiling in this transitional kitchen. A waterfall island centers the space while a small pantry area, carved between two columns of cabinetry, looks out onto the staircase.
Custom laser-cut aluminum screens, hand-carved Spanish cedar doors, custom stone mosaics and special finishes are woven throughout the kitchen. Sleek, modern faucets on double sinks provide a streamlined look set off against espresso-colored cabinetry.
Unique, dove-shaped pendants light up this kitchen peninsula in an artful way. The modern, open-plan space features bold blue lower cabinets that stand out against the stark white walls. Organic elements like the slatted wood ceiling and tribal carvings connect the home to its wooded site.
Moroccan details inspired the custom laser-cut aluminum screens, hand-carved Spanish cedar doors, custom stone mosaics and special finishes, which are woven through the interior of this Murray Hill townhouse in New York City. These details capture the essence of the Moroccan influence while still maintaining the modern visual and spatial language.