For no cost, something as easy as a strategic placement can offer a beautiful reflection and color in a small bathroom, says Atlanta interior designer Alice Cramer. In this Atlanta powder room, she placed the mirror in just the right spot to reflect a piece of art for an eye-catching result that added depth and interest.
From behind the island, one can see the rest of this outdoor kitchen's amenities, which include a working sink, a trash compactor and even a mini refrigerator. Thanks to its stone design, this feature also complements the gazebo's columns.
This outdoor kitchen features the eye-catching architectural detail of columns. Ceiling fans keep things cool on hot days, while a built-in grill unit has a sink and storage space for convenient meal prep. A dining area features a dining table and cushioned chairs.
A long wall, that had separated the kitchen from the living space, was removed as well, creating the opportunity to add a large island that helps define the space. Corbels on either side of the columns adds an architectural touch that mimics that on the outdoor columns, and helps further delineate the space.
A clay roof with cedar fascia cover this stylish outdoor kitchen. A large stainless steel grill is fitted into the countertop with a beautiful view of the lake. A raised marble countertop section separates the eating space from the sink and prep level. Colorful place settings are perfect for adding color and a warm-weather feel to the design.
A silver tin ceiling with lantern-light pendants tops this gourmet kitchen while a large island with columns, a prep sink, granite countertops and plenty of counter space stands below for easy food prep.
This master bathroom brings to mind a Roman bath house. His-and-her alcoves are divided by square tapered columns, while green mosaic tile, candle sconces and a round mirror define each space. Wall-mounted faucets and plaster sinks complete the look.
The master bathroom looks especially grand with its hand-carved mirrors, elongated vanity with his-and-her sinks and bathtub defined by stone columns. A small, antique stool sits directly by the tub, giving the owners a spot for towels, books or a glass of wine.
Both sink mirrors are flanked by shelves of storage hidden behind tall, slender doors that are configured in the vanity to mimic columns. The central section of the vanity has a make-up drawer and more storage behind the mirror. The base of the cabinetry is filled with a wall of cabinetry and drawers.
Crisp, white cabinetry paired with black soapstone and Calcutta marble sets the tone for this elegant, multi-functional kitchen and living area. The space is equipped with a baking center, banquette seating and glass cabinets wrapping around a corner to further defining the space. The style and millwork of the home were continued in the columns flanking the apron sink and featured detailing on the built-in snack bar.