Butter yellow walls and classic moldings provide the backdrop for sleek, modern finishes and lighting in this transitional kitchen. White cabinetry is extra-tall to maximize storage in the compact space, and dark countertops have a honed finish that balances the area.
Neutral tiles laid on the diagonal ground this traditional sunroom. Beautiful windows surround the space, allowing in tons of natural light. A glass table surrounded by striped chairs is the perfect spot to dine with views of the outdoors.
If you like your cabinets but want a bit more pizzazz, put a spotlight on them with lighting. Designer Judith Wright Sentz used LED ribbon lights inside and low voltage lights underneath. Not only does this showcase the beautiful leaded glass doors and items on display, it also provides additional functional light for the kitchen. Sentz says the kitchen, which was a 2016 National Kitchen + Bath Association Design Competition winner, was once very dark, so she took care to add as much light to the space as possible.
Remember that trends come and go, and select the finishes that make you happy. Keeping with colors that aren't to trendy and will keep your kitchen in style for years to come. While colored cabinets have been showing up more and more in kitchens, it’s still hard to deny the power of a classic white kitchen.
A simple, sophisticated wood-and-iron table is surrounded by traditional wood chairs and Parson chairs, creating a cozy yet bright dining room. Large windows allow in tons of natural light, while the soft neutral palette is an elegant backdrop to the entire living space.
A large island invites guests to pull up a seat at the bar while striking up a conversation with the chef on the other side in this traditional kitchen. White cabinets contrast well with the warm hardwood floor and keep the space light and bright.
This corner of the teen's lounge is home to a cool, modern chair that provides extra seating in the space. The clear shell of the chair allows plenty of natural light to stream through it into the rest of the space, illuminating the classic details of this room, such as the dresser and mirror next to it.
The ceiling in this hall leading to the kitchen was intentionally kept lower so when you walk into the kitchen the space expands with its higher ceiling. The hall ceiling is stepped to add intricacy and layering. The arched openings create a private and cozy feeling.
This storage space achieves a romantically worn feel of a classic in-home library while keeping the room up-to-date with fresh white bookshelves. Classic lighting above each shelving unit adds both a functional and timeless touch.
Trying to pin down the style of Shauna Glenn’s house in Fort Worth, TX, is impossible—which is exactly why it’s so enjoyable to look at. There are trendy rugs and timeless furniture, contemporary art and classic light fixtures, and endless charm.
Rich hardwood flooring pairs with a natural wood dining table and medium stained china cabinet for a gorgeous mix of finishes in this dining room. The long table is lined with pastel green chairs and complimented with a long succulent centerpiece display. The dark iron light fixture above adds a heavier element to the airy and sunny look.
This master bathroom got a complete redesign to make the space feel clean and fresh. This family of six is always on the go, so they wanted their bathroom to be unencumbered and uncluttered. This space is both. With plenty of storage, everything has a place, while silver antique bench and the classic lighting add warmth and elegance.