The villa is decorated with a refined British Colonial flair where traditional Balinese elements go hand in hand with elegantly appointed bedrooms with four-poster beds and exotic fabrics. This bedroom features a robin's-egg-blue wall color and vaulted ceiling with exposed wooden beams. The double doors allow for quick patio access, making for relaxing mornings cozied up outdoors with a cup of tea.
Walls the soft hue of sea mist and a pair of tranquil tropical paintings turn this California bedroom into a soothing retreat. A soft blue quilted coverlet borrows its color from the walls, while a traditional rug grounds the space and pairs nicely with the banded and monogrammed bedding. Beams criss-cross the ceiling and echo the lines of the board and batten walls.
As seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper, Chip and Jo turned the old space 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.
Relaxed elegance defines this soothing, neutral bedroom, part of an 18,000-square-foot Miami Beach luxury estate. A sculptural fireplace and beamed wood ceiling provide architectural interest to the long, narrow room, which benefits from the natural light ushered in by broad windows at one end. A simple wood frame canopy bed adds a structural element in the space that balances the heavy fireplace.
Complementary shades of blue and orange decorate this inspired dining space. Orange carpet tiles by Flor anchor the eating area, which features a long, rustic-industrial table matched with chairs in two metallic finishes, as well as a whimsical outdoor bench repurposed with bold blue paint and custom cushions. A beamed ceiling adds warmth and interest to the space and continues the earthy color palette.
Traditional furnishings anchored by a large traditional carpet form a cozy area for conversation and TV viewing in a great room with soaring proportions. A coffered ceiling is outlined by dark-stained beams that add warmth to the space. A wall of stacked glass serves as structural support while also providing panoramic lake views. An automated cabinet above the fireplace opens to reveal the TV.
The entry to this quaint Jamestown, Rhode Island, cottage is both charming and functional, with a built-in bench that's perfect for stopping to put on or take off shoes. Nautical-style light fixtures hang from the peaked, beamed ceiling. Copious white-painted woodwork fits with the bungalow's East Coast cottage style, giving the home a sense of place from the moment a visitor steps inside.
This foyer has many architectural elements that are indicative of Spanish style. For instances: The wood front door with dark finish, vertical slats and wrought-iron hardware; The terra cotta tile floor with high-gloss finish and blue floral patterns; the wood ceiling, exposed header beam above the door; and the punched metal pendant light.
This guest bedroom is set to receive visitors in style. Its green-gray tones are complemented with pops of a terra cotta color. The ceiling is lightly beamed and color-washed in gray tones. The ornate chandelier is rustic wrought iron and all of the bedding, including the headboard, was custom-made.
The architect created a tall, grand space for the living and kitchen space. To make the tall space feel cozy, all ceiling planes were covered with barn board and reclaimed beams. Those materials are repeated again on the island, wrapping around the base. To anchor the kitchen, large lanterns were brought in as a way to define the kitchen area and fill the volume.
The living room's gorgeous vaulted ceiling showcases deep brown exposed beams contrasted by the ivory wall color used throughout the space. Glass pocket doors open to the outdoor patio and provide a view of Aspen Mountain. The transitional space also provides quick access to the 12-person dining table, making it easy to move from dinner to relaxing.
To enhance the vaulted ceiling in the entry, reclaimed beams and barn board were added. To balance that textural warmth, the V-groove below has a warm grey wash on it, and dark charcoal on the doors and windows adds lovely contrast. Repeating that same desire for contrast, the lighting is bronze and iron tones, topping off with a mirrored star in the vaulted area.
Architectural designer Matt Dougan used elements like vigas (wooden support beams) and latillas (slender strips of wood) on the ceiling of this living room to add authentic Southwestern charm. Old World rugs were combined with leather furnishings, while Southwestern-print furniture, a hand-carved cantera fireplace and an antler chandelier complete the look. A few subtle floral accessories implement a soft, feminine touch to the masculine space.
A floor to ceiling stone fireplace surround draws the eye and brings gorgeous texture to this living room design. The exposed beams, tall surround and change in flooring finish compliments the levels in the architecture of this room. A cube chandelier brings a pop of industrial influence while fitting with the country style.
First, attach rope to three or four evenly spaced points along the wreath. Depending on how low the wreath is meant to hang, cut the rope to size, then attach to the ceiling or outside beam. Add decoration around the top of the wreath and suspend embellishments from the bottom for a layered effect.
Look closely: That's not a mirror image of the island on the porch outside -- it's an identical island for outdoor dining! The gorgeous, open kitchen also boasts high ceilings, concrete countertops and modern pendant lighting. A tidy dining area is just steps away.
Kitchen beyond with island and beam above penetrating the glass to continue outside in the outdoor room. Island is nearly the same size, indoor and out. Concrete countertops
A cozy window seat provides the perfect spot for reading, lounging or just enjoying the peaceful setting of this renovated New York farmhouse. Trim throughout the space is painted a chameleon shade of green that changes to blue or gray depending on the light. A rustic beam crosses the ceiling, a nod to the home's historic character.
This quaint living room boasts all the comforts of a traditional home. With elements including exposed wood beams, vaulted ceilings, and shiplap walls my personal favorite detail is the stained wood trim around the windows. True to tiny home form, this space is also multifunctional. The TV wall conceals a full-size Murphy bed that can accommodate guest overflow.