This striking classic kitchen comes with a beautiful modern kitchen island outfitted with wooden and metal barstools and plenty of underneath storage. Crisp white walls and cabinets are warmed up with lighter toned hardwood floors and a black-and-white striped floor runner.
This home is located in a historical neighborhood where timeless and classic finishes are appreciated, so designers chose to embrace that design by installing white throughout the space. From the white and gray tile backsplash to the white kitchen island, the space remains clean and classic with wood accents that bring warmth to the design.
Beautiful tray ceilings give this classic white kitchen a grandeur design. Soft wooden tones extend from the hardwood flooring to the modern barstools at the generous kitchen island with built-in storage. Nearby, a large wooden dining table creates the perfect breakfast nook with benches in white, matching the rest of the kitchen with counter-to-ceiling cabinets.
As seen on Beach Flip, Contestants Martha and Alex installed new seating and a classic white dresser that holds a flat-screen television in the second floor master bedroom at the renovated Comfort Breeze condo.
This narrow yet tall master bathroom is a classic, masculine retreat with simplistic design. The space features dark paneling and a floating vanity to shift focus to the room's architectural interest rather than on the space's lack of square footage.
This Victorian home features a fully updated kitchen sprinkled with both modern and classic touches. The design team expanded the space to make room for a mudroom, in the process opening it up to a flood of natural light. The large island, painted a contrast color to create a focal point, anchors the mostly white room.
To blend modern and traditional elements in this seating area, Right Meets Left Design used a William Morris print from the 1800s on the accent pillow, which incorporates the same color palette as the modern abstract painting. The transitional style of the chair and floor lamp helps to bridge the gap.
A classic midcentury modern home looks fresh with crisp white walls and contemporary furniture. A sleek modern fireplace divides the otherwise open living and dining spaces and adds warmth -- visually and literally.
The prior design of the space was traditional, but the homeowners wanted to incorporate a modern look. Classic architectural details, like the bright white coffered ceiling and sophisticated moldings, pair with contemporary elements, from the dangling chandelier to the graphic-patterned wallpaper. Hammered black chairs combine with a long rectangular table, perfect for entertaining or family dinners.
This transitional living room is situated in a small space, so designers used the reflection of the mirrors that flank the fireplace to expand the room and create a sense of openness in the space. To give the room a dramatic presence while still keeping it timeless, classic elements were blended with modern sling chairs.
Chip and his crew, from HGTV's hit show Elbow Room, were able to open up the Klingshims' kitchen by removing a few walls. The family wanted to modernize, but still wanted to keep the classic feel of the era in which the home was built. The team kept some of the more traditional aspects, such as the wood floors and traditional colors, but they modernized with features like custom cabinets and a brick backsplash.
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.
This classic New England Colonial features a striking exterior, with stone hardscaping, bluestone and ashlar granite retaining walls, and fresh spring bulbs, perennials, and shrubs leading to the entrance.