Wood support beam and a classic chandelier paired with a mix of black and white cabinets make this a warm, classic space. The white cabinets provide a highlight feature, while the upper and lower cabinetry lights create the perfect ambiance. The large island with marble countertop provides plenty of space to work and eat.
Most of the white you see on this home in the harbor community of River Dunes, N.C., is AZEK trim and moldings, which doesn’t require painting for protection and makes it so you never have to worry about cracking, warping or moisture absorption.
Architectural details, like the board-and-batten walls and exposed wood ceiling, set the stage for this cozy, cottage bedroom. A comfortable bed is flanked by simple white nightstands, adjustable lights and built-in bookshelves.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, a once cramped living space was transformed into a bright and cheery open plan dining, living and kitchen area. Sarah chose antique-style wicker chairs, a traditional hanging chandelier and charming bird wall prints to satisfy her clients' love of vintage cottage decor. A gorgeous built-in sideboard adds extra storage and is a chic way to display vintage finds.
The creamy countertops are the same throughout the kitchen, but the island features an earthy brown cabinetry, which helps to ground the mostly white space. Two bar stools tuck neatly under the island for extra seating
A banquette is the perfect solution for getting a crowd around a table. With comfortable leather cushions and textured throw pillows, the banquette is not only a great family dining spot, but also a great spot to relax. Slate tile grounds the space, which pairs rich blue walls with a white tongue-and-groove ceiling.
With custom banquette seating and convenient desk space, this kitchen is perfect for an at-home office. A desktop computer, plenty of storage space and all the room to spread out makes it an easy place to work with all the comforts of home.
This beautiful kitchen expertly maintains the warmth and traditional elegance of the 1935 Federal-style manor in which it resides. An island provides additional prep and dining space, while a stone fireplace keeps the room feeling cozy on cool days and nights.
A few steps up from the larger sitting area is a small nook that's transformed into a cozy bedroom. Whitewashed wood plank walls lighten the room, while windows help to expand the space visually. Narrow wicker tables act as nightstands and a pair of sconces hang on opposite walls for reading lights.
To satisfy the homeowner's love of color, designer Kelly Mittleman introduced colorful fabrics, such as the cushions and pillows on this window seat in the kitchen. Varying pattern scales add visual interest.