This small dining area includes lots of storage with cabinets lining the back wall and side walls, while a built-in buffet offers entertaining possibilities. Unusual glass pendant lights give contemporary flair to the space.
A trio of fiery glass pendant lights add a burst of color above the breakfast bar. The mocha accent wall in the family room gives the impression of a larger room and provides a foundation for the earthy tones throughout the space.
This contemporary kitchen island features gray cabinets and a white countertop. Glass pendant lights hang above, while reclaimed wood countertop stools offer a spot for casual dining. Sleek taupe cabinets and a mosaic tile backsplash complete the kitchen.
A color palette of khaki, sage and cream gets an infusion of vivid orange with a contemporary glass pendant light that brightens up this eat-in kitchen. A bistro-style table and chairs provides an eating area without taking up unnecessary space.
This family friendly, contemporary kitchen has room for everyone with an oversized work island with bar stool seating, modern glass pendant lights, a gas range with white range hood, marble tile backsplash, and hardwood floors.
A contemporary hickory wood vanity accommodates his and hers sinks and tall rectilinear glass pendant lights that echo the design of the sliver windows in the master bathroom of the HGTV Green Home 2012.
The ceiling in this glamorous dining room reaches up two stories high and is open to the upper level via a walkway with a glass railing. A large stone column with unusual side lighting also helps to draw the eye up.
In this distinct kitchen design by Susan Serra, the brushed metal table and glass countertops are counterbalanced by the warmth of wood cabinets, hardwood floors and distinct color accents. The gorgeous hand-blown cobalt blue pendants, with natural imperfections, are scene stealers and add artisan appeal to a contemporary setting. "Natural materials in lighting fixtures such as reclaimed wood and distressed metals also add that authentic element we crave," says Serra. "Imperfections are desired and coveted...in context, of course!"