To create continuity between the design in the formal dining room and the design in the rest of the space, designers incorporated a similar wainscoting accent wall in the living room and formal dining room. This keeps the home's casual and formal spaces visually connected, although they may be physically separate.
The pillows on the bed in this teal girl's room match the pillows that accent the pink "sofa," creating continuity in the space, while a green lamp and green patterned throw and matching pillows accent the teal walls and white details.
When considering a renovation, the homeowners had several items on their wish list. The back stairs needed to be restored; the eat-in area needed to be updated, and the homeowners wanted the individual spaces in their home to be defined, so designers made these dreams a reality. The stairs that had been closed off have been renovated and are now functional. The eat-in area has been modernized by pushing the walls back to create more space and by adding a red accent wall and modern furnishings. To create the delineation homeowners wanted between spaces, designers dropped the ceiling to create a clear pathway from the front of the house to the back, giving each space its own separate area while still keeping the home connected.
To create warmth and continuity throughout the home's first and second floor spaces, designers added wood to the ceiling of the spaces. This addition softened the home's neutral design and created a more "homey" feel throughout the design.
In the kitchen, designers used similar, gray shaker cabinets and white, quartz countertop to tie the design of the kitchen to the design of the newly remodeled master bathroom, creating continuity between the two spaces.
This elegant, master en suite brings some of the elements of the kitchen, such as the zebra wood cabinets and white countertops, and blends them with the gray and white tile to give the whole house continuity.
To create continuity between this home’s traditional exterior and its interiors, the designers added classic architectural details such as trim and coffered ceilings. Yellow accents are a fun pop of color here in the living room.
This kitchen features two-toned, weathered cabinetry, ceiling beams and a large island that doubles as a casual dining spot. Light stone and dark wood finishes run throughout this Spanish-style home, creating continuity.