This lovely transitional kitchen features navy blue cabinets, large glass pendant lights above the kitchen island with mint green metal chairs, and a muted gray subway tile backsplash that runs from the countertop to the ceiling.
This kitchen is an entertainer's dream, with stainless appliances, a large island, four stools and a bright white breakfast nook. While the owners prep dinner, their guests can enjoy drinks and hors d'oeuvres in the same room.
A living room with oceanfront views incorporates elements of the sea into its design. Dark blue walls are paired with a sand-colored sofa, while a unique wicker chair and coffee table contribute natural texture.
Get ready for the day in this cozy transitional master bathroom. The dark blue cabinetry beneath a double vanity utilizes brass, nickel and black mixed metals for the hardware, which pairs perfectly with the rectangular double mirrors.
Dark blue and taupe make for a pleasing and restful color combination for this contemporary master bedroom. The room's focal point is the platform bed and headboard that duplicates the color of the carpeting for a blended effect.
The master bedroom actually comes with its own sitting area. Here, the designers used a dark blue wall treatment to add depth to the space, and then they layered in a neutral loveseat, matching coffee table and two patterned armchairs.
Ample sunlight and a soothing desert-inspired color palette prove a winning combination in the spa-style master bathroom of the HGTV Dream Home 2010. A drop-in bathtub is encompassed in black-speckled white tiles and given a soft vibe with a row of illuminated candles. A candle chandelier hangs above a painted sage green double vanity, which is contrasted by the dark blue color accents used to trim the doorways.
The walls and ceiling of this small apartment bedroom were painted a deep peacock blue, which blurs the lines of the space to make it appear larger. The pocket doors separating the living room and bedroom were painted a high-gloss deep blue to add shine and architectural interest to the transitional space.
In her design of this vacation home, Susan Brunstrum used bedroom space wisely and well. Here, two larger size beds and a daybed accommodate up to four guests or family members, and the room's simple furnishings and blue and cream color palette invite rest and relaxation.
A bold blue accent wall sets the tone for this modern bedroom. Sliding glass doors allow access to the outdoors and fill the space with plenty of natural light. Charcoal gray bedding adds a masculine vibe to the room.