White lattice provides a crisp, clean border in this stunning Atlanta garden. Danielle Rollins has surrounded her pool with beds filled with a uniform color palette of light green, white and silver. Beds of hydrangea and daisies keep things fresh and cheerful.
The master bathroom feels spacious in a black and white with French blue accents. Industrial accents from the factory window styled shower to black and gray fixtures throughout the room add a striking contrast.
As seen on HGTV's Property Brothers, the newly renovated kitchen is light and modern, with all new stainless steel appliances, countertops, cabinets and gray tile flooring. A white subway tile backsplash keeps the work area bright.
Everyone loves a cocktail (or mocktail), and choosing one signature drink makes life easier for the hostess. Consider a crisp and refreshing pomegranate cocktail made with cold champagne and a splash of pomegranate juice. Or set out ingredients and let guests experiment with apple, pear, grape or even pineapple juice. Plan on at least three drinks per guest as most will alternate between wine, cocktails and water throughout the evening.
Brilliant contrast for these white walls in a compact bathroom by Bill Cook and Michael Faust of Atlanta's Vermilion Designs Interiors, red lampshades and a scarlet skirt for the sink bring a modern punch to the space.
KITCHEN, AFTER: The kitchen was enlarged by taking down the wall between the pantry and dining room. It's now a bright space with white cabinets, plenty of storage, a large island for cooking and entertaining, and new stainless steel appliances. There is a great mix of modern and industrial throughout the space.
A crisp white galley kitchen that feels big and open thanks to high ceilings and a wall full of glass-front cabinets painted white. The long stretch of warm wood countertops on the island provides a ton of space for food preparation.
In a classic color combination of white, dark brown and black, this transitional powder room designed by Judith Balis is stylish and practical. White wood paneled walls add dimension while the round mirror provides a visual focal point. A lone green plant adds just enough color and spare furnishings keep the look crisp and clean.
"I thought I was an all-white gal," laughs Eicholz of her preference for white walls, upholstery and furniture as seen in this hallway with a vintage hutch that she refurbished. But Savannah designer Robyn Roberts helped Eicholz get out of her comfort zone and inject some color into her design scheme, just one advantage of consulting a professional designer with a fresh perspective for help.
Soft, natural tones and simple lines give this kitchen a classic, clean look. At 11 feet, the ceilings are very high, so a coffered ceiling is used to give stability. Using a rich, darker tone on the island cabinetry helps draw you into the room.