This zen-like master suite features a platform bed topped with a gray comforter and pair of orange pillows. White walls and light hardwood flooring help make the space feel light and airy. A chaise lounge offers a place to enjoy a good book.
Before its renovation, this kitchen was stuck in the '80s. Thankfully, the interior designers at Hyde Evans Design combined beautiful and functional cabinetry, soft lighting and walnut floors for an updated look that is simply stunning.
For this backyard makeover, Jamie Durie had some of the existing plants trimmed back and cared for while new edibles were planted to fill out the orchard. Planter boxes and benches create a hidden enchanted garden.
This stylish bar features a zinc counter and back lit onyx. The nailhead details on the barstools brings a contemporary flair to the space. Overhead pendant lights give the space light and added style.
FINNE Architects chose windows and oversized sliding glass doors of black anodized aluminum for this contemporary home. “I like to call the main living space ‘a large front porch,’ because the windows and large sliding glass doors create a feeling of being outdoors,” says Nils Finne.
In this transitional gray guest room, a family heirloom chest of drawers serves as the centerpiece for a masculine yet glamorous space with Hollywood Regency flair. A gray upholstered bed flows smoothly with the gray walls, and wood furnishings ground the space and add a touch of classic style.
A window trimmed in warm wood and adorned with matching wood shutters carries the traditional look of the master bedroom into this contemporary bathroom. White walls keep the space feeling bright and fresh.
A whimsical blend of styles characterizes the small kitchen in this Brooklyn, N.Y., townhouse. Traditional architecture is emphasized with Corinthian columns, appliques and an ornate ceiling medallion, while a contemporay pendant lamp and sleek finishes add a contemporary touch.
Classic marble flooring and an antique side table blend beautifully with a freestanding soaker tub in this Victorian-meets-contemporary master bath. A cafe curtain-inspired window treatment adds privacy and casual flair. Keeping the upper part of the window bare means the homeowners are able to show off the Victorian home's original curved millwork.
Overlooking an urban setting, this outdoor kitchen is perfect for entertaining. There's bench seating for eight around the dining table, as well as outdoor appliances and a countertop to set up a buffet.
This formal dining room also flexes as a den and home office space since the kitchen has enough space for casual dining. Blue-gray walls are paired with white wainscoting and tile floors to set the scene for a long, wooden table surrounded by curved white chairs.