This 1,952-square-foot condo actually has three bedrooms, one of which is located just off the living room. Thus, frosted barn doors were a smart choice for the space, as they can easily be pulled closed whenever guests need privacy *or* left open to maintain the flowing floor plan.
Triangular, white tiles create a modern geometric pattern in the backsplash of this contemporary kitchen. The gray-colored cabinets above the marble countertop and white cabinets below feature golden pull handles, as does the herringbone patterned, wooden pantry door.
In this contemporary kitchen, a beverage center houses double ovens, liquor storage, a second sink and a pull-out coffee service located behind the lift-up appliance garage. When the coffee supplies are not in use, the door keeps them neatly concealed.
While budget-friendly materials were used for most of this bathroom's redesign, the hardware was a splurge. To keep the overall aesthetic textural and masculine, door pulls made of bone and oil-rubbed bronze were screwed into the existing holes.
In this kitchen, a wall of cabinets conceals customized storage pull-outs, a refrigerator, a warming drawer, a wet bar and an oven. When closed, the high-gloss doors lend a sleek, contemporary look to the space.
This Delaware beach home pulls out all the stops, from sliding French doors leading to an outdoor waterfront balcony to sleek ebony built-ins. With a transitional aesthetic in mind, the coastal elements are only integrated through the yellow-green and turquoise accents, the small seashell accessories and the seagrass arm chairs. Design by Bruce Palmer; construction by Dewson Construction Company; architecture by Bernardon Haber Holloway; photography by John Jenkins.
A wood floating vanity with a sleek quartz top brings warmth to the crisp and cool black-and-white color scheme in this contemporary bath. Patterned floor tile adds visual interest, and white walls allow the tile to pop. Brass door pulls are sleek and warm against the black, white and gray palette.
This elegant sitting room boasts a royal air with a lovely white and cream color palette. Inward facing sofas padded with plush throw pillows create cozy seating in front of the white fireplace with accent panel extending from the mantel. Glass and metallic tables add airy decor to the room while hardwood floor and crossing wooden ceiling beams add a warm foundation. Gold curtains pull pack to reveal outside access through glass doors.
The homeowners loved the idea of having a butcher block countertop, so designers added one section of butcher block on the side of the stove. This section gives the space a bit of warmth that complements the brass drawer pulls and door knobs on the cabinets.