This beautiful, bright kitchen features warm orange walls and dark wooden cabinets. The cabinets complement the tones in the hardwood floor, providing warmth against the stainless steel appliances. Pendant lighting illuminates the crisp white peninsula countertop.
This master bathroom, located in SPG Architects’ Murray Hill Townhouse in New York City, provides a quiet retreat from the city. The design of the house, a modern interpretation of Moroccan influences, is apparent in this space with rich woods and solid forms articulating the space. The sleek vanity and bathtub appear to float above the floor, enhancing the room's open, airy feel.
The sleek, contemporary look of this eat-in kitchen is perfectly designed to capitalize on space and functionality. Upper and lower cabinets create ample storage to keep the long island countertop uncluttered and clean. A cozy nook brings a unique element to accent the space.
With their healthy, vegetarian lifestyle, this kitchen is truly put to work every day. The design features two islands: one island is reserved for seating and storage, while the other houses a prep sink and a very special butcher block pedestal that Lauren Levant designed especially for this project. Made from her sketch, a local woodworker created an original butcher block pedestal from a fallen local tree, with a removable chopping block set into it.
The walls and countertops may be a cool shade of white, but sometimes the most color, saturation and pattern can be found in a beautiful piece of wood. This contemporary kitchen features a species of local wood and refined stainless steel elements for a crisp, polished look.
Dark wood cabinetry, ceiling beams and accents are balanced by white paint and wall tiles and a lightly colored granite countertop in the master bathroom of a Spanish colonial-style villa in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.
Vertical-grain walnut cabinetry pairs elegantly with white walls, stainless steel appliances, a modern kitchen island and the rich hue of the walnut floors. Glass-front kitchen cabinets add to the impression of open space and shows off eye-catching dinnerware and glassware. Lighting under the island creates depth and adds to the elegance, illuminating leather bar chairs.
Perfect for the cook in the family, this lakefront kitchen features a top of the line, stainless steel double oven and plenty of cabinet space for storing kitchen essentials. The dark stained cabinets and kitchen island contrast beautifully against the crisp white walls and marble countertops. Nearby, French doors open up to the patio to bring in fresh air and display the exquisite views.
The sleek design of this kitchen pairs dark wood cabinetry with orange walls and bright white countertops. Floor to ceiling storage ensures that the counter space remains clear. A small tile backsplash complements the orange walls. A row of cushioned bar stools are lined below the light countertop. A muddled glass panel adds a unique decoration and texture to the smooth look of the room.
This dreamy Mediterranean kitchen by Raegan Ford Interiors features beautiful dark stained cabinetry that matches the kitchen island. Dark wood beams, granite countertops and gray hardwood floors complete the stunning design.
Dark wood cabinetry acts as a design and architectural element as well as storage space and enriches this traditional bathroom. The robin's egg blue Roman shade provides a sweet contrast with the earthy tones of the space.
Designer Shane Inman takes advantage of floor-to-ceiling wall space with louvered cabinetry and pull-out drawers in this galley-style laundry room. Custom industrial-inspired butler doors take up minimal space and introduce an interesting design element into the space.
This bright, white open-concept chef's kitchen boasts a beautiful Carrara marble island in the center of the space. Natural wood barstools and an upholstered bench allow for island-side eating and geometric pendants add an eclectic, stylish touch.
Dark wood cabinets pair with neutral granite countertops in this eat-in kitchen. A trio of chic metal barstools line one side of the countertop to provide a casual spot to dine. Two vintage globe pendant lights bring plenty of light to the eat-in space, while large windows fill the entire space with natural light.