Different materials and texture give this house a special feel. Contemporary and some industrial touches in the interior make it really stand out in the neighborhood! The whole house is facing the interior courtyard giving privacy from the outside and integration between most of the rooms.
Dashes of mustard and plum pop against a neutral wall in this contemporary guest bedroom. Rustic wood on the bed frame feels calm and natural while abstract modern art pieces add funky style to this refreshing space.
This contemporary entryway features a red accent wall that provides stark contrast against the otherwise white walls. A metal and glass console table gives the area a unique edge, while track lighting rounds out the overall look.
Dual custom-made mirrors fit the space perfectly and flank the double vanity while bouncing light around the small space. The futuristic body bar lights add contemporary flair and echo the sleek look of the fixtures throughout the space.
Sometimes designers re-upholster a tabletop, to save money and get a certain texture. This table's design can be replicated by cutting a piece of wood, wrapping it in burlap and securing it to the top of the table, and lacquering it. “It gives you a great look that’s retro, but warm,” says Atlanta designer Michael Habachy.
Unexpected materials give this bathroom a modern feel. Designer Jillian Harris of Love It or List It, Too pairs a square vessel sink with butcher block countertops. Striped floor tiles ground the space and lead to a large walk-in shower.